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We decided to go here on Tues 11th Sept. You can use the Athens travel ticket, but when you change train it is 14 euro each return. At Corinth, loads of taxis 10 euro for each trip to and from. The train takes an hour...More
The most rude woman I have ever met in a ticket office. She would not let 2 universitet teachers and 50 students enter the site wihtout paying even though it is supposed to be free for European student card holders. We tried to convince her...More
We are 52students from norway, with free access to the ancient corinth. But They would not let us in, because We are in EEA and not EU. We called the norwegian ambassade, and They would talk to them and send them a tax. But the...More
The woman behind the desk was giving terrible service. She showed us the finger and was laughing at us. On the wall it stood European students got a free entrance, but they made up something stupid reason to not let us in. This took us...More
We travelled to Ancient Corinth from Athens. The train was very straight forward and we were able to get a taxi from the station up to the site without a problem; 12 euros up and 10 euros back.
The museum is very good with a...More
Fantastic ancient ruins of temples and day to day buildings from 6th century BC. The entry was €8 for an adult and half-price for concessions but EU students (still including the UK for now!) were free if they had ID.
The site is mostly open...More
I was walking around and I couldn’t stop thinking all the people that lived there 2.500 years ago. If you don’t have a guide there is a small kiosk outside of the site (at the exit) that has a great book that you can use.
We went with Katia Liapi from Key Tours. She was excellent!
The site is much better than many others - e.g. the Acropolis in Athens. In any case, you see a great deal in the museum and on the site. An excellent half-day trip, but...More
went by Taxi to see ancient Corinth ( taxi driver gave a fixed price and was happy to sit and drink coffee in the taverna while we explored). The museum is small but very well done and informative on the history, both greek and roman,...More
I doubt it. The museum is small, but high quallity. The circuit of the ruins is small, but very interesting. The walk up to the fortress is free and could be done another day. It takes longer because it is more strenuous... More
I doubt it. The museum is small, but high quallity. The circuit of the ruins is small, but very interesting. The walk up to the fortress is free and could be done another day. It takes longer because it is more strenuous, but very informative.
We did two fantastic trips from Athens to Ancient Corinth and also Delphi with Athens Taxi Tours (with Michael Sterianos). I would also contact him to see what he could arrange. Very helpful and great to deal with.