A trip in Epidaurus, Mycenae and Nafplion

Shortly after leaving behind the Corinth canal the tour made a brief stop at the theater or Epidavros (Epidaurus), famous for its capacity
and exceptional acoustics. The visit was shorter than that I would have liked. Just time to rise and fall, run up down, but not with
the peace that the place deserves. If you come by yourself, do it. More sacrificed but you will cross at your own pace.
Epidauros. Desde la escena Escalera en las gradas de Epidauros Epidavros desde arriba Epidavros desde arriba Epidavros desde la escena

The road through the Peloponnese usually include a stop at Nafplion (Nafplio). In my case, it was a stop on the side of the road
to see the city from far away. I did not have time even to change the lens of the camera and make a decent picture of Bourtzi
Castle. If you want to know any details any of these sites, please click on the thumbnails and you will see the photos
with more information and a larger size.
Vista de Nauplia Castillo de Bourtzi Paisaje de Micenas Muralla de la Acrópolis

The final intermediate stop that day was the acropolis of Mycenae, perhaps the place that I had heard less from the ones
I visited at the Peloponnese. Certainly worth a visit its Acropolis, with the door of the lions and tombs (some of which
treasures we saw in the Museum of Athens). In addition, the Treasury of Atreus near the Acropolis.

Stone close to the Lions Acropolis of Mycenae Lions of Mycenae Tresaure of Atreus resaure of Atreus