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Acrocorinth

Corinth 200 07, Greece
0741/319-66
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Corinth 200 07, Greece
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We went to this twice, a wonderful ruin with sensational views. Not busy, and the kids let their imaginations run wild. Fabulous castle walls to scrabble around on - a truly invigorating experience. We went twice in one week, and the second time we made...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We set out to see Ancient Corinth, but enjoyed the Acrocorinth just as much! There is no admission fee. It is quite a hike to the top, but worth the effort.

Thank Barbara G
Reviewed 13 October 2017

From Ancient Corinth site, there is a road that lead to the entrance of Acrocorinth. If you are fit, you may try to walk, but most people would hire a car or taxi to go up. From the entrance, you need to hike quite a...More

Thank TravelMario64
Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

The castle at the highest point overseeing the ancient Corinth. The fortress was used as the last line of defence in southern Greece. Three circuit walls formed the man-made defence of the hill. The highest peak on the site was home to a temple to...More

Thank LilyChak
Reviewed 13 September 2017

The Acrocorinth rises majestically above the surrounding countryside, daring its viewers with an invitation to visit. It rewards those who do so with its lofty charms. Indeed, I highly recommend researching the site beforehand to appreciate it more and to navigate to the points of...More

1  Thank leekm
Reviewed 25 August 2017

There is free parking outside the site as well as a restaurant and public restrooms that are wheelchair accessible. That is were the latter ends. The site is not navigable if one has any sort of mobility difficulties. The entrance is uphill and path consists...More

Thank Tony M
Reviewed 4 August 2017

As you drive towards the Ancient Corinth site you notice this large Rocky Mountain with a structure at the top. You can drive up to the top car park from the road just after the entrance to the ticket booth of the ancient Corinth ruins....More

2  Thank zitaaussiemum
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

This mountainous site is towering above ancient Corinth, wow! It's not highly monitored like the lower site so wear solid walking boots. Mind you a lot of the hazardous paths are made from marble boulders and get really slippy. I like to think from ancient...More

Thank Christie A
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

Large dramatic excavated site with a fine Temple to Apollo and supporting museum. Chance to visit the commanding hill top fortress also. Don't miss the Corinth canal turn off the main road on way down from Athens. Something to offer for the Greek and Roman...More

Thank MADelargy
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

Definitely worth a visit. The walls thenselves are i teresting but the walk and the views are absolutely stunning. From the top you can see both bays of Corinth either end of the canal. We did lok for the top of the spri g from...More

Thank 455rutha
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JMRoadtrip
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Response from Travelin M | Reviewed this property |
Here is the info I got from our friend in Greece as for contact info: We had 2 full 12 hour days planned to see Delphi and north and then another day for Corinth - Mycene - Epidarvos - Naphlion areas Vlachos Yiannis /Taxi... More
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SchoolBoyStu
20 February 2017|
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Response from Susan L | Reviewed this property |
I am so sorry you had this experience today! It closes at 3 pm (1500) during winter hours so they advise that you must be down the mountain by that time. My suggestion is to go in the morning (and for sure on a clear day... More
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