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8 hours
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Short Description:

Add an entertaining and informative day trip from Athens into your travel itinerary with this Percy Jackson tour of Corinth and Epidaurus. Our expert guide will show you around the significant archaeological sites of Corinth, Acrocorinth and Epidaurus as you explore the connections between these ancient centers, Greek Mythology, and the Percy Jackson stories. A private tour in a luxury vehicle, you’ll have the chance to learn more, ask more, and see more as you spend the day immersed in the myths and legends of Ancient Greece.

What to expect:

Tour of Corinth and Epidaurus begins when you are collected by our guide from your hotel in a comfortable vehicle.  Your first stop of the day is just an hour outside of Athens, when you reach the famous Corinth Canal. Although first conceived several thousand years ago, it was completed in the 19th century and is a natural photo stop.

After leaving the canal, the archaeological site of Ancient Corinth is just a short drive away. Here, you’ll learn about the significance of Corinth in ancient times, see the place where St. Paul preached, and visit important areas within the complex such as the Agora and Temple of Apollo. Our guide will help bring the site to life, mixing expert knowledge of the area with Greek myths and even episodes from the Percy Jackson books. They will also point out the imposing presence of Acrocorinth, which will be the next stop.

Acrocorinth, or the Acropolis of Corinth, was used as a place of defense for millennia. It is intertwined with Greek Mythology, and there are the remains of a hidden spring and temple at the top. The views from here are incredible, so make sure your cameras have plenty of space and charge!

After a stop for lunch, the private tour then continues on to Epidaurus. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is an incredible complex, famous for its two main areas. The first is the theatre, which has been designed in such a way that people in the seats furthest away from the center of the stage can hear the tiniest whisper. The second area, is the Asklepios healing sanctuary, a place people would make a pilgrimage to from all over the known Greek world and beyond. Our guide will escort you around the site, explaining how it functioned and again linking it together with myths and the Percy Jackson stories. Finally, after you have completed your tour of the site, it’s time to head back to the vehicle for the drive back to Athens.

Why book Percy Jackson Tour of Corinth and Epidaurus:

  • A fun and interesting private tour of 3 ancient sites.
  • An ideal day trip from Athens for Percy Jackson fans and mythology lovers.
  • An engaging guide keeps everyone interested in the places they are visiting.
  • Learn about the history of Corinth and Epidaurus.
  • Listen to Greek myths in the places where the events were said to have happened!
  • Incredible photo opportunities.

Inclusions / Exclusions:


  • Transport and guide
  • Guided tour of archaeological sites
  • All taxes and VAT


  • Snacks and drinks
  • Entrance fees to the site

Would you like to know more about this tour or our other  Percy Jackson Tours in Greece? Contact our team today, and we’ll answer any questions you may have. If you would simply like to look for other tours that we offer, take a look through the ‘Tours’ tab at the top of the screen.

Note: The Percy Jackson tour to Greece and its promotion are not sponsored by Rick Riordan or Disney*Hyperion and they specifically disclaim any legal obligations or responsibilities for the tour.

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Our guide will take you to Corinth Canal, Ancient Corinth, and Acrocorinth. Sharing stories from Greek mythology and the Percy Jackson books, they will explain the importance of the area and how it influenced Greek culture through the ages. Discover the connections between the real Greek myths and the more recent Percy Jackson re-imaginings, admire stunning views, and stroll around the grounds of a castle.


The archaeological site of Epidaurus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was once an important pilgrimage center and sanctuary. Our guide will demonstrate just how good the acoustics are in the theater, leaving you to ponder how people could have designed something that leaves scientists and archaeologists baffled to this day. You will also be shown the Sanctuary of Asclepius dedicated to the God of Healing, and learn that people traveled hundreds of miles to be cured of their ailments here. Of course, there are links with the Percy Jackson books and Greek mythology as well, something which our guide shares in a fun and engaging manner. We’re sure you will love this day tour from Athens as much as we did while creating it!

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Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 3 reviews
May 17, 2018

Our “Percy Jackson-inspired” Ancient Corinth and Epidaurus tour was superb! Our guide was outstanding: not only was she so friendly and easy to get along with, she provided a wealth of information that made the sights just “come alive” for us all. She was especially engaging with our kids and we learned more from her than we ever could have on our own!

May 17, 2018

We really enjoyed the Percy Jackson tour with our splendid tour guide. We got so much information to take in and all so interesting. She helped us take in the significance of all we saw. She was very patient with us and interacted with our daughter who is a mythology buff. Would highly recommend the whole experience!

May 17, 2018

We just returned from an excellent day tour to Ancient Corinth and Epidaurus, in which my 15 year old twins had a great time!We had a very good experience with GreekMythologyTours and would definitely recommend them. Our guides were like having a friend showing you all the secret spots, but also with lots of info that a typical guide would not know.

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