Xplore Athens

Mycenae - Epidaurus - Nafplio - Ancient Olympia - Delphi - Meteora

For the first time, you can experience Mycenae and its historical surroundings as they were thousands of years ago. Visit the sacred city of Agamemnon, King of Kings. Walk along the walls where Orestes was said to have killed Clytemnestra and Aegisthus. The site is an archaeological treasure trove as it contains one of the largest prehistoric cemeteries in Greece.

The city of Epidaurus is the most important ancient site in Argolis. It was the capital of the Mycenaean kingdom and was one of the centers of worship for god Asclepius. The ancient theater, amphitheater, temples and other monuments are preserved to this day. In addition to its architectural treasures, Epidaurus is a popular tourist destination known for its natural beauty and excellent beaches.

Nafplion is a beautiful city located in the Peloponnese region of Greece. Nafplion was founded more than 3000 years ago. The city was the capital of the First Hellenic Republic and of the Kingdom of Greece. It is now the capital of Nafplion regional unit.

Olympia is a small town in the north of the Peloponnese, built on a hill with magnificent views. The birthplace of the Olympic Games and one of the most important sanctuaries in ancient Greece, Olympia was home to the ancient Olympics, held every four years in honor of Zeus. It is where history began—and it holds so much more than just historic landmarks.

Delphi is an iconic place that’s among Greece’s most popular tourist attractions. It’s also one of the most important sites in all of Greece. Delphi was once the center of the ancient world, where people would come to pray and make important decisions. The ruins of this once-great city are still impressive today, and visiting these monuments puts you in touch with some of the earliest civilizations on Earth!

Meteora is a group of six monasteries built on natural sandstone rock pillars in central Greece. The site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece. The monasteries were built from the 11th to the 20th century and are situated close to each other. In 1999, they were declared as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO due to their universal cultural importance.

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