1. Greece
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  3. Ioannina

Epirus: The Paths of Antiquity

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Journey through the mysteries of Ancient Epirus, listen to the echo of your voice in Dodona theater, and live your myth in the city of triumph and victory.
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Duration: 10 hours
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We can arrange your pick-up from the reception of your hotel. Depending of the site of your hotel we can arrange your pick up 30-10 minutes before your departure in order to catch up with the itinerary of the tour.

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  • Seek your own oracle in the sacred temple of Zeus in Dodona
  • Feel the sense of eternal majesty in one of the largest theaters of the ancient world
  • Follow the steps of Ulysses that will lead you to the dark labyrinth of Hades in Necromanteion
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Apart from its modern history, Epirus is also widely known for its glorious ancient past. Your tour starts from Dodona, with its mysterious Oracle and magnificent ancient theatre which offers an impressive view on mount Tomaros. Then follow in the steps of the legendary Ulysses, whose journey back home to Ithaca lasted more than 10 years and then visit the oracle of the dead, Necromanteion.

Taste local cuisine, wander the labyrinthic alleyways and explore Parga, the seaside town under the shadow of the old Venetian fortress.  

After lunch, head to the Roman Nicopolis, a place where the fate of the world was judged after the famous naval battle between Marcus Antonius and Octavianus. After his victory, Octavianus honored his triumph by building the city of Victory, Nikopolis. You’ll visit the theatre, the Odeon, the stadium, the Byzantine basilicas and, of course, the sunset over the legendary walls of the city.
  • Private guided tour
  • Private car
  • Private driver
What’s Not Included
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and beverages

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Important information
Know before you go
• Don't forget your hat and eye-glasses
• Dress light and wear comfortable sport shoes
• This part of Epirus is sometimes quite hot, especially in the summer

From US$ 550.25 Per group up to 6