Piraeus (Athens), Greece
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Approximately 6½ Hours
Visit the famous Corinth Canal, which is four miles long, 70 feet wide and has sloping sides 170 feet in height. It connects the Ionian and Aegean Seas to provide a maritime shortcut.
Your next stop will be at Ancient Corinth. The ruins that lie in this area are a surprising mix of an ancient 6th-century BC Greek city and a 44 BC Roman city -- the latter was built after Julius Caesar placed a colony on this desolate site. See the ruins and excavations of both, including where the Christian Basilica, the starting lines of a Greek racetrack, a sacred spring with its bronze lion's-head spouts, and the elaborate Roman fountain of Peirene were located.
Continue to a leading local restaurant where you will enjoy the catch of the day.
Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. Use of an audio headset (included) will enhance your tour experience.