Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and the most important, historically. This island has it all – beaches with crystal clear waters, rich nightlife and culture - taking you back through past civilizations. The Old Town of Rhodes is atmospheric with its maze of cobbled streets taking you back to the days of the Byzantine Empire.
Blessed with natural springs, Corinth is located on the isthmus which connects mainland Greece with the Peloponnese and is surrounded by fertile plains. In Roman times, Corinth was on the largest and wealthiest city-states in Greece having two major ports: one on the Corinthian Gulf and on on the Saronic Gulf.
Located in the Thessaly Valley, Kalambaka is a town observed tentatively by the surreal rock formations of Meteora where 6 ageless monasteries are literally perched on top of huge monolithic rocks. Kalambaka is now almost entirely of recent construction since it was burned to the ground by the Nazis in WWII.
Olympia is an ancient site on Greece's Peloponnese peninsula and is the birthplace of the Olympic Games in the 8th century B.C. The extensive ruins include athletic training areas, a stadium and temples dedicated to the gods Zeus and Hera. Olympia’s Archaeological Museum exhibits finds from the site which includes a statue of Hermes by the sculptor, Praxiteles