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| Ancient Corinth, Corinth 20007, Greece
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

It’s in the Ancient Corinth and stands at the highest point of the city. Great view of the ruins of the city and the archeological remains.

Thank Sindel72
Reviewed 1 week ago

This Temple to Apollo is great when you can get the Acrocorinth mountain in the background. Huge columns.

Thank Archaeobuff
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a well preserved Temple of Apollo which dates from the 6th century bc. It is close to the entrance to the Ancient Corinth site , you can't miss it lol A very impressive structure, large column along the length, but as the information...More

Thank Ibrahim D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We went to Corinth and was Happy to know that the apostle Paul came here to give his preachings to the corinthians, a lot of history in this place!

Thank Alexander T
Reviewed 8 July 2018

Once a major temple with countless visitors each year, the remains are still impressive. The Doric columns are impressive. When in use, it attracted countless visitors due to the sensual nature of the worship conducted here.

Thank Scouter710
Reviewed 21 June 2018

This is one of many impressive features at the site. It appears that measures are being taken to ensure it is preserved in its current condition as access has been limited.

Thank Adam M
Reviewed 17 June 2018

Loved seeing the sun coming around these columns in the early morning just after opening. I recommend going before, or after, the pile of tour buses get there. Nice museum nearby.

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Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

I expected a bigger temple to tell you the truth. The remaining pillars of the temple are well preserved and a reminder of a glorious past. As a part of the archeological parc it’s a great thing to see along..

Thank Torbey C
Reviewed 7 June 2018

The Temple of Apollo is tall and imposing, and is the first thing you see when you visit ancient Corinth. The site and museum are both fantastic, although the museum was extra special! We saw both the site and museum in about 1-1.5 hours. Tips:...More

Thank Fuchsiagrl
Reviewed 26 May 2018 via mobile

The Temple of Apollo is the most striking thing remaining from the ancient city of Corinth, but don’t let it be the only thing you see when you visit.

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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.
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