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| Ancient Corinth, Corinth 20007, Greece
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All reviews ancient corinth first thing you see doric style archaeological site century bc greek history well worth the visit entrance fee ancient times apostle paul columns remains ruins greece museum athens glory
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Reviewed 2 days ago

It was nice view, but nothing special, it is not the Parthenon, there are 5 columns, they do not give any impression of real temple.

Thank Gregory K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Looking from the ancient city of korinthe, the acrocorinth citadel rises in the mountains. It's impossible to miss the Temple of Apollo. It dominates the whole area of archaeology which is ancient Corinth.  Sunsets are amazing. The site is worth a visit. Awsome sights.  ...More

1  Thank DaveD2527
Reviewed 1 week ago

It amazes me that people were even able to build this Temple with the huge stones. At Ancient Corinth I would have been happy to see this one site and spend little other time at Ancient Corinth.

1  Thank Karen G
Reviewed 11 September 2018

Incredible scenery, really nice if you re into temples and stuff like that. The walk to the top ( where you will find a stadium ) is a bit hard i guess ( for some ?! ) but totally worth it

Thank Catalin C
Reviewed 6 September 2018 via mobile

The Apollo temples is a must see while visiting Corinth. Tickets are €8 which I think it was a bit expensive for just this site but worth to visit after a long drive from Athens on our way to Porto Cheli.

1  Thank Emmarence
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

During our trip in Greece, one dime morning we went to this archeological wonder in Corinth, Greece. About 1 hour from Athens market place. It was hot but the place was worth every bottle of water 😂. A must see.

Thank Kalpesh S
Reviewed 29 August 2018

We sailed down from Athens and spent the afternoon visiting the ruins and then had dinner on the yacht and listen to music and watch the moon rise in the NE and sit above the ruins. Fabulous experience and you have to give the ancients...More

Thank Gus S
Reviewed 28 August 2018

Something really special, something right from the ancient age. It is trully awesome. If you are around dont miss it

Thank ZsuzsannaB193
Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

Amazing that this is 2,500 years old - it is incredibly evocative and great views to the Gulf of Corinth.

Thank Graham C
Reviewed 9 August 2018 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.

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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.