Excursions – Archaeological and Historical Sites in Greece.

The historic Astros of Kynouria is not the center of the world, but “it is close to everything and we have it all”.

In the ancient Greek world Delphi was the navel of the earth.

The historic Astros of Kynouria is located on the west beach of the Argolic gulf, where the above map shows the ancient city of Thyrea, south of the first city in Europe the historic Argos and the seat of the Mycenaean culture Mycenae.

Athens is 170 km, about two hours, the airport is about 200 km and Astros has the famous and best Attica climate.

Astros is very close to the most important Archaeological Sites and Museums of our country, which one day we should all visit, which are easily visited by many of our friends with day trips from Astros, when they choose Astros for the basis of their annual vacation.

Most important Archaeological Sites and Museums in Greece. Palamidi in Nafplio (33 km), Turin 33 km, Mycenae (43 km), the Epidaurus Theater (70 km), Olympia (170 km), the Parthenon, the Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum in Athens ( 170 km), Delphi (288 km) and Mystras (88 km).

Historical monuments. Ιn Tripoli the old man of Moria

Historical monuments. In Nafplio Ioannis Kapodistrias and the prison of Kolokotronis in Palamidi.

Castle Palamidi in Nafplio

Excursions: Epidavros-Argos -Mycenae -Tyrinth

Excursions: Olympia

Εxcursions: Parthenon, Acropolis and Acropolis Museum

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Excursions: Delphi

Excursions: Mystras

Ancient Olympia in representation

astrosgr.com/en / John Koutogiorgas

Back to the home page astrosgr.com/en 

astrosgr.com “Αφιερώνεται στη Θυρεάτιδα Γή.

astrosgr.com/en Dedicated to Thyreatis Land.” 


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