Isthmia Prime Hotel

Address: Corinth Canal, Corinth, Peloponnese, 20100, Greece | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Corinth Canal, Corinth, is near Ancient Mycenae, Mystras, Lion Gate, and Citadel and Treasury of Atreus.
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    Travel Blogs from Corinth

    Ancient Corinth and the Canal

    A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 02, 2015

    18 photos

    ... in 146 BC and resettled by Julius Caesar in 44 BC.

    Key sites are some pillars of its Doric style temple of Apollo, the Glauke fountain (cut into the natural rock 5th c. BC), Peirene fountain, and the tribunal (bema) from which St. Paul spoke to the Corinthians in AD 52.

    Its great to wander around these sites and imagine them as the alive cities they were - Corinth had about 90,000 residents at its peak. The ...

    Corinthians ... Information

    A travel blog entry by marymc59 on Sep 19, 2014

    ... a canal. In Paul’s time, boats, ships and loads were pulled across by pack animals and human beings, helped by a clever system of rollers. Corinth was a large port city dominated by, Acocorinth, a hilltop citadel. The streets followed a grid pattern around a large market place, public baths, an amphitheatre seating 14,000 and a temple to the god, Apollo. Hundreds of small stone walled shops lined the streets. Corinth was ...

    "Not Everyone Gets to go to Corinth!"

    A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 23, 2014

    4 photos

    Corinth was an ancient site of opulence. Its status as a trading mecca ensured that many of its residents would enjoy wealth beyond what the average person could dream of in ancient Greece. The city was also well-watered, although it drew its water from an external source rather than springs. The mountain runoff and external water must have given Corinth a lush green color for much of the year. According to our helpful archaeologist Dr. John Camp, if you were an ancient Greek ...

    Ancient Corinth

    A travel blog entry by ryder.chris on Jan 23, 2014

    49 photos

    ... 8217;s no video of this impromptu performance, but for a very good reason. As mentioned in an earlier entry, we had one student on the trip, Michael Hall, who was not a member of the choir. Michael assisted in many ways throughout the trip, but was also our designated photographer and videographer during performances. Well, as you may have guessed, Michael joined the choir, and today was his debut. So no video, but we’re glad to ...

    THE AMAZING CORINTH CANAL

    A travel blog entry by jilly361 on Jul 13, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... slowly motor through the narrow channel with the sea so blue it was almost white in places and the cliffs towering above us on either side. It was shortlived and expensive at 130€ for a yacht our size but it saved a lot of time to get through to Athens otherwise you have to go around the Peloponnisos.

    By 1pm we were on our way to Salamis Island for a few days at anchor before collecting Anna in Athens on the ...