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Monemvasia

An impressive castle-town that dominates a huge rock, Monemvasia is a destination that you definitely need to include in your Peloponnese Tour plans. A magnificent settlement of Byzantine architecture, this marvel of the man and nature looks like a “stone vessel” – as per the verse in a poem of Yiannis Ritsos, that “travels you to the world”.

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Mani

Mani is one of the peninsulas of the Peloponnese and one of the most interesting areas that one should visit during a Peloponnese tour. The area is divided in two prefectures of Peloponnese: Messinia and Lakonia. Once one of the poorest areas of Greece, nowadays one of the best travel destinations that will introduce you to real Greece and charm you with its simple and minimal architecture.

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Central Peloponnese – 2 days tour

Arcadia The central Peloponnese consists of one big region, the Prefecture of Arcadia. This special region is so big that can combine equally great mountains and the marvelous Aegean sea. It stands right in the middle of Peloponnese and it is very famous to Greeks all year round and especially in winter time due to the snow […]

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Ancient Corinth Museum

The Museum of Ancient Corinth was built in 1932 to house the numerous objects brought to light by the archaeological excavations. Its construction was undertaken by the American School of Classical Studies, thanks to a donation of Ada Small Moore.

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