Hotel Konstantatos

3 Dervenakion St. , Corinth, Peloponnese, 20100, Greece | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Corinth

Nauplia, a treat!

A travel blog entry by msudenveralumni

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... enjoyed a lunch of Greek cheeses, salami and bread in the Syntagma Square.

We walked the streets of the city by the entrance to Fortress Palamidi, located almost 1,000 steps above the city, to find Arvanita Beach. The rocky beach provided the most beautiful and relaxing afternoon where we spent time swimming in the sea and sunning ourselves dry.

We wandered back to the ship and departed Nauplia for our final destination.

Tomorrow, ...

Epic failure

A travel blog entry by edwardrugg

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... to understand why they cannot go to the Cyclades.

Since Sunsail have failed to be bothered to inform the clients that the route has changed and have left me high and dry I have decided to just do what a twenty something newbie skipper would do and push all the complaints back towards the management. One client told me that I had better be prepared to have every client for the rest of the season ...

"Not Everyone Gets to go to Corinth!"

A travel blog entry by bnnashton

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The city of Corinth remains a fascinating glimpse into the conflict between the Greeks and the Romans, as well as an interesting example of the "x-factor" in the developing city-states of Greece. Although Corinth's superior strategic position was notable, it never surpassed Athens as the greatest political city-state of Greece. It did, however, continue to be viewed as a crucial strategic point in the major conflicts of Greece in the modern era.



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Last Day in Greece

A travel blog entry by madtram93

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... and different styles of pottery among many other things. The Greeks became unified by nationalism, language and their belief in the Greek gods. Corinth was the greatest city-state by geography because it has land roots that cut northern and southern Greece that allowed or a lush mainland, it is right beside water and the geography allowed for the city to be protected well. During the Hellenistic period Corinth combined with other city-states to ...

The Master of Two Ports

A travel blog entry by abarnes

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... the canal. It connects the Aegean Sea on the east with the Adriatic Sea on the west.

We toured the museum of Corinth and the archaeological site where we saw the Archaic Temple, or the Temple of Apollo and the Lehaion Road and the ...

Location

This hotel, located on 3 Dervenakion St. , Corinth, is near Ancient Mycenae, Mystras, Lion Gate, and Citadel and Treasury of Atreus.
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