Mycenae. Corinth and Epidaurus together? Absolutely!
Mycenae may be the oldest European civilization, dating back to the 2nd millenneum BC, i.e. almost 3500 years ago! Fast forward 1000 years to Ancient Epidaurus and you get to visit one of the grandest Ancient Greek amphitheaters and the healing sanctuary of Asclepius, dating from 400 BC and 600 BC respectively. That means they’re “only” 2500 old or so. And if you extend your tour the the wonderfully picturesque town of Napflion, you’ll see a settlement that’s only a couple of hundreds of years old, dating to the Venetian and Ottoman eras in the Peloponnnese. On your way to these attractions, you may want to pass to Acrocorinth and Ancient Corinth, archeological sites and a castle that are also worth visiting. Combine all these in one tour and you’ll come out dazzled and much more informed about – hold your breath – the beginnings of western civilization no less! One or two of the below tours should do the trick!