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Acrocorinth

Corinth 200 07, Greece
0741/319-66
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  • Excellent64%
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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“ancient corinth” (36 reviews)
“flip flops” (5 reviews)
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Corinth 200 07, Greece
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0741/319-66
Ways to Experience Acrocorinth
US$179 per adult
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US$150 per adult
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"ancient corinth"
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"flip flops"
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"wear good shoes"
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"highest point"
in 6 reviews
"bring water"
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"worth the effort"
in 6 reviews
"parking area"
in 6 reviews
"worth the climb"
in 3 reviews
"closing time"
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"running shoes"
in 3 reviews
"sturdy footwear"
in 3 reviews
"coming down"
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"free entry"
in 5 reviews
"medieval castle"
in 2 reviews
"difficulty walking"
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"highest peak"
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"run wild"
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wow. Quite a trek to the top you must be fit and wear comfortable shoes. Wonderful views . Amazing flowers

Thank secdogs
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went to Corinth to visit the ancient site, but read about the Acrocorinth in the lonely planet. Entrance is free and it takes about 20 minutes from the ancient site to reach it by car. The 60 min hike takes you through the various...More

1  Thank nathan d
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a great hike around Acrocorinth. The views from the top were amazing and it is a pretty expansive site. It wasn't an easy walk to the top but our 3 year old was able to make it to the top by himself. Some...More

Thank Adam M
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Reviewed 16 June 2018

Spent about 2 hours here with family. This was a challenging climb up to the top from the parking area near the top. Wear good shoes - flip-flops would have been a terrible idea. There's a cliff up top with no railing so hang on...More

Thank LSUdad4
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Reviewed 14 June 2018

Whether you merely drive to the parking lot and look up - or - do as we did and spend 2-3 hours to climb to the top and back, this destination is worth every minute you spend here. Petros of Timeless Athens Tours drove us...More

1  Thank Steven L
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Reviewed 10 June 2018

If you travel through Greece interested in history this is one place that will disappoint you. It is grandiose and stands tall on the top of the mountains. It is not an easy task to see it all, there is a long hike upon the...More

1  Thank Aqua_Uomo
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Reviewed 6 June 2018

This was a great place to see! Wikipedia boasts that it is one of the most important medieval castle sites in Greece. The drive up to it was quite exciting. You are on a small road on the side of a mountain overlooking the sea....More

2  Thank Fuchsiagrl
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Reviewed 4 June 2018

There are so many ruins all over this part of the world, but this was quite special. I marvelled at the engineering which enabled it to be built.

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Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

This is one of three big mountain fortresses in Greece - and the only one that was in continuous use since ancient times. So you'll see structures from the Byzantine, Medieval, Ottoman and Venetian times all meddled together. There are remains of temples, mosques and...More

1  Thank Cathy F
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Reviewed 28 May 2018

The Acrocorinth provides amazing views and is well interpreted. Once visited it provides a reference point for the surrounding area, as it can be seen clearly from miles around. Wear stout shoes and be aware that the paths can be very slippery and difficult for...More

Thank Richardinbath
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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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