Half day Private Christian tour in Ancient Corinth with the most experienced English Speaking driver. This tour is a unique opportunity to walk at the same paths that Apostle Paul walked and taught the God's words
The presence of the apostle Paul in Corinth is of great importance for Christianity! The steps of the Apostle Paul are an ideal combination of pilgrimage and sightseeing in some of the most beautiful parts of Greece. Therefore, we have created this half-day Christian tour, based on the footsteps of St Paul.
Visit Ancient Corinth, one of Saint Paul’s beloved cities, where he spend two years, where he founded the Cathedral and the Church of Corinth. Visit the Ancient Market, the Bema of Apostle Paul or Galionas and Kechrias port.
Book now one of our Christian Tour Packages and visit Christian points of great interest, through the eyes of St. Paul!
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel and driving along the mainland coast to Peloponnese, we will have our first stop, 1 hour later, at the Canal of Corinth (6 km length and 80m height).
We continue to reach at Ancient Corinth which was one of Saint Paul’s beloved cities. Apostle Paul is also Corinth patron saint. We will have the chance to visit the Ancient Market and the Bema of Apostle Paul or Galionas, a large elevated rostrum standing prominently in the center of the Roman Forum of ancient Corinth, from where the city’s officials addressed the public (probably because of the monument’s connection to Saint Paul, the Bema was transformed into a Christian church during the Byzantine period). We will walk at the same paths that Apostle of Nations walked and preached hundreds of years earlier. We will visit the commercial town of Corinth and The Apostolos Pavlos (Apostle Paul) metropolitan church, on the street of the same name, which founded by Apostle Paul around 51-52 AD . The “Apostle to the Nations” arrived in the city in the middle of the 1st century. A.D. and was hosted by the Jews of Achilles and Priscilla. He lived, taught and remained in Corinth for one and a half years.
Our next stop will be at 'Kechrias Port. Around 52 AD, Apostle Paul arrived from Athens to Corinth. He stayed in Corinth for eighteen months, establishing and consolidating the Church of Corinth. Then, his next journey began, from Kechrias port. Next station is Ephesus and his final destination Syria. It is said that In Kehreas he shaved his head because he had made a vow. With great emotion he parted with his brothers in Christ of Corinth, who accompanied him to the port of Kenchreon. After our visit, we will make a short stop for a cup of coffee and then we will return back to Athens. The duration of the tour is about 5 hours
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