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An ancient Greek theater built in the third century.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Ethniki Odos Isthmou Archaias Epidavrou, Epidavros 210 52, Greece
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This ancient theater is beautiful, it's a must see in Greece. This theater is still used for concerts which is amazing!!

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Christine P
Reviewed January 15, 2019

We went to Epidaurus to spend time at the ancient amphitheater, famed for its classic Greek construction and astounding acoustics. Climb to the 55th row of seats and enjoy the panoramic views from atop. Surrounded by lush greenery, this UNESCO-listed monument is a perfect blend...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Craig D
Reviewed January 4, 2019

Epidaurus has got a well preserved amphitheater and a well explained Archeological site showing a place of healing and prayer in the Ancient time.Take your time to go round and to ponder on each of the archeological findings. The Amphitheater itself is still in use...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank Nisoracpj
Reviewed December 31, 2018

It is a very well-preserved amphitheater from ancient times large enough to accommodate 12,000 people. The condition was very OK. There was also a small museum and some other ancient buildings nearby. The latter were mainly rocks in the ground. 5 stars for the amphitheater...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Patrik Oskar G
Reviewed December 31, 2018

This is a well-preserved theater with great acoustics. We were here with a tour group and we formed a circle in the middle of the stage area and clapped our hands. You could hear the echo and as we moved out from the center the...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank RHtravels
Reviewed December 31, 2018 via mobile

Epidavros is about an hour out of Athens and is well worth the trip. The Ancient Theatre is astounding and the wider site gives a real insight into Ancient Greece.

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank marlises2015
Reviewed December 27, 2018 via mobile

The Epidaurus Theatre was built in the 4th century and can accommodate over 12,000 people. It is very well preserved and still functional during the summer months. It is well worth a visit.

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank ASeenath
Reviewed December 15, 2018

I visited this site as part of a tour group. Admission fee is 6 euros. This theatre was built in the 4th century BC and is in very good shape. It is estimated that it could accommodate 12,000 spectators. You can walk all around the...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Bill C
Reviewed December 13, 2018

It is always interesting to know the past, and with Greek civilization it could not be different It is incredible to imagine how they made these constructions with the limitations of those years....

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank jeroen46
Reviewed December 6, 2018

We walked around the ruins first where people would come from thousands of mile away to be healed. They would be given diets of milk and honey and all sorts of natural remedies as well as different temperature baths and exercise. But of course it...More

Date of experience: May 2018
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You may be able to show a ticket confirmation on your phone. I would call and ask.
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Yes, there's plenty of car parking, and it seems to be well organized and maintained.
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My husband and I (40’s/50’s) are planning on a 16-night “road trip” on mainland Greece in mid-October. We like to travel independently and tend to take our time at museums and sites… reading information and contemplating art, history and life. We also like taking long walks and lingering in nature. We don’t like to be constantly on the move or changing locations… yet we want to see it all! We rarely spend only 1 night in a location, preferring 3-5 nights to explore an area more thoroughly....More
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It sounds like you will be fine with the driving, since you have experience in Portugal and Italy. Most of your route is over fairly decent roads with shoulders. Side-trip adventures into the hills may encounter some more adventurous driving, but nothing too crazy. My only suggestion would be if you're on a really narrow road, with blind corners… keep your driver's window cracked a little, and your stereo on low volume. Often, truck and bus drivers will honk their horns before they round a...More
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We are traveling to in Greece in October for the first time, and plan to spend our time enjoying walks in beautiful surroundings and exploring ancient/interesting sites. We like to travel relatively slow, and enjoy getting to know an area before moving on, and we will have a car on the mainland. As it turns out, I will be able to add 2 nights to my planned itinerary, so I'm looking for advice on where to spend the 2 additional nights. I'd prefer not to add an additional stop, although please...More
September 25, 2017|
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Give Santorini a miss altogether and spend your time exploring the Peloponnese with a couple of days in Athens at the end, you won't regret it!
StellaBlue71
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January 18, 2018|
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Looking good & I think if you do remain flexible you will have a great trip. As you are coming long haul to Greece if you can add an extra day or two then go ahead. You will never regret having the extra time in Greece. But probably better to extend staying somewhere on your list rather than adding more places. Re the Vouraikos Gorge. Not saying you should do this BUT what I did was park at Diakofto, take the train as far as Zachlorou (the most pituresque stretch), then walked back down to...More