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Temple of Apollo

Corinth, Greece
+30 2741 031207
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Corinth, Greece
Corinth, Greece
+30 2741 031207
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Reviewed 27 August 2017

Saw the temple on an overcast day and no crowds were present. By going up close it is better to appreciate the magnitude of the task undertaken by the architect and builders. Sure you can see temple from the road, but visiting these ruins helps...More

Thank Tony M
Reviewed 14 August 2017

This one should not be missed at all. A good morning trip or a late afternoon visit is worth the time spent here. The Doric temple of Apollo, the theatre and the central agora dominate the archaeological site.

Thank MuhammadDudha
Reviewed 5 August 2017

Attention!!! Beautiful place with great history , but with bad people! Do not give proofs to the shops. And do not have posted prices! They were talking badly! They steal all over the village! Attention Many stolen and drugs!

Thank Χαρα Κ
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

A key part of the AcroCorinth visit. Stands majestic tall and strong. Need only take a moment to see from roadside but the site visit was well worthwhile. Easy to access for the car traveller.

Thank MADelargy
Reviewed 23 July 2017

You can visit this when you visit Acrocorinth. You can see it without going in. Not so special to see.

Thank Jonas M
Reviewed 10 July 2017

The Temple of Apollo in ancient Corinth dominates the whole archaeological site. It is the most important monument. Not much remains today, but that is irrelevant. The thought that this is the temple site of the god of Light and Music and several other qualities,...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Built in 540 BC to replace an earlier temple (7th century BC) at the site of Ancient Corinth. The temple is Doric in style (Greek). Beautiful views of Acrocorinth and the Gulf of Corinth. You can view the temple from the road for free or...More

1  Thank bluelizard
Reviewed 25 June 2017

The highlight of Ancient Corinth is Temple of Apollo, which was built in 540 BC. Currently there are only seven columns of the temple that remain standing. The best angle for a photo is to ensure the Acrocorinth in the background of the Temple of...More

Thank digitalroc
Reviewed 19 June 2017

Temple of Apollo is very historic and inspiring. My wife and me visited it when having the rental residence in Corinth. It was one of the most interesting places we visited in Greece

Thank Joseph K
Reviewed 14 May 2017

These remains of a wonderful Doric temple from the 5Th century BC is the only building that came from Greek time. The other parts of Ancient Corinth are Romains. The Apollo temple originally had 38 of 7m tall columns. Now, only seven of them are...More

Thank stinkwink
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24 July 2017|
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Response from Joseph K | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there are some fees to see the Apollo Temple, and the museum. come on early morning (8:30AM) to avoid any crowds. The good news - there are no fees to enter the Acrocorinth.