Starting from Athens in the morning, we follow the coastal National Highway to the Corinth Canal, where we make a short stop. Moving along to the south of the city we arrive to Ancient Corinth, one of the most powerful city states of ancient Greece. At this site, you will visit the 6th century BC Temple of Apollo and the Sanctuary of Asclepius, the God of medicine and healing. You will also see the Bema, the public platform that was used for public announcements and judgments, and where St. Paul had to plead his case in front of the Roman governor Gallio under the accusations of contrary teaching (50s AD). Follow with a visit to the Museum where you may view some of the most impressive artifacts.