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Monemvasia Castle walking tour

Monemvasia, Greece
1 hour
12€
8€

Group or Private tour

From April 1st to October 31st

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Experience an unforgettable walking tour in the castle of Monemvasia accompanied by a local guide!


We invite you to a unique walking tour through the meandrous narrow streets of the old town, the fortress walls and the churches, to bring back to the life of the mythical castle-town throughout the centuries.

The Byzantines, the Venetians, the Ottomans, merchants from the West and the East, passed by Monemvasia leaving their marks on the buildings, the paved streets and the churches, giving it a cosmopolitan air.

We get acquainted with the wealth, the power and the glory of the town, as well as the invasions, piracy and the difficulties of the life on the rock.

Gazing at Myrtoo Sea below the imposing rock, we relive the stories and the legends, listen to poems written about this place, take a taste of magical Monemvasia.

Local history, architecture and culture are explained during the tour. It is also included a refreshing stop, with a little tasting of local products (olive oil, wine, traditional sweets, etc.)

Learn the history of Monemvasia

Explore the castle with a local guide

Step back in time on a history tour

Visit the hidden spots of the castle

Family friendly

Expert local Guide

1 hour guided tour

Small tasting of local products

Liability insurance

All taxes

Personal expenses

Meeting point:

In front of the main gate of the castle

Necessary Equipment:

Hat

Sunglasses

Water

Comfortable shoes

Remarks:

Weather will normally not affect the operation of the tour. However if canceled due to unfavorable weather conditions, you will be given the option of an alternative date or full refund.

Confirmation for this tour will be received at time of booking.

Languages spoken: English, Italian, Spanish & Greek. In case of mixed groups the tour will be given in English language.

Avoid the hours when it’s too hot (roughly between 12.00-17.00 especially during the summer months)