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We visited the site in December in the pouring rain and were still had we had made the effort. As in all the ancient sites we visited the information panels outside were numerous and useful but it was the information inside the museum that we...More
Corinth’s rich history is seen in remains of the ancient city. For a small fee, It is worthwhile to go t the museum, and there you will see many fine pieces of history from the days of glory including collections of tiny carved figures, jewelry,...More
The Corinthian history is rich and well worth the investment to understand and to see. If you're interested in Christian Biblical/New Testament history, this is the place from which Paul criticized the temple practices that took place in AcroCorinth, above the ancient city.
Whilst in Corinth, it would be inexcusable to miss a visit to Ancient Korinthos, which is only a 15-minute drive from the town centre. You will be astouded to see what piece of remote history this archeological site has to offer.
It was neat to see the Bema (Judgement Seat), where the Proconsul Gallio threw out the case against Paul. (We need more leaders like him nowadays, who saw the difference between public order and personal belief). Don't underestimate the time you will need to adequately...More
My husband has been excited about visiting Corinth for many years. All ancient sites are incredible as we walk through history, however ancient Corinth was not one of my favorites as most of the buildings have not been restored and lay in pieces on the...More
After visiting many ancient sites all around the world, we found ancient Corinth to be in poor condition with very little left to see....so that we didn't bother to go in, instead viewing from the outside. Areas seemed to be overgrown and in need of...More
Visited this wonderful gem on the paved street of the village beside ancient Corinth. Amongst all the regular Greek restaurants and souvenir shops was “ Diolkos” run by Lena. She and her shop are charming and beautifully presented. She makes all kinds of drinks an...More
I doubt it. The museum is small, but high quallity. The circuit of the ruins is small, but very interesting. The walk up to the fortress is free and could be done another day. It takes longer because it is more strenuous... More
I doubt it. The museum is small, but high quallity. The circuit of the ruins is small, but very interesting. The walk up to the fortress is free and could be done another day. It takes longer because it is more strenuous, but very informative.
We did two fantastic trips from Athens to Ancient Corinth and also Delphi with Athens Taxi Tours (with Michael Sterianos). I would also contact him to see what he could arrange. Very helpful and great to deal with.