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Tiryns, Nafplio
(3.5/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • Archaeological site of Tiryns, not well preserved, but great to understand the importance of the place! ideal for long walks to admire the remains of ancient Greece. You pay your entrance ticket!
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  • Tiryns-city of Crete-Mycenaean era. Nothing particularly graceful was not here, and certainly not left. Neither amphitheatres nor Super temples nor palaces-plain city with a number of people who really did not want to give up and so have erected such thick walls. Walls withstood even places that gives you the opportunity to measure their thickness and strength. Somewhere here Alkmene gave birth to Heracles that perfection is different in other places. Ticket worth € 4.
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  • This was worth the time to stop just to stand amongst such history. Easy access, and although much is left to imagine what it was like there is also enough there to marvel at the stone structures and ...  more »
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  • For some reason this ancient site is rather overlooked, in favour of Mycanae and others. It is worth the visit though. One can still see the size and layout of the ancient palace and usually there are only but a few visitors here.
  • Dropped in on way past and was please tilt surprised by the site. It is an early bronze age site with enormous fortified walls. You can really see why ancient accounts claimed it was built by a Cyclops. One of the better ancient sites.
  • Nice place.
  • Walls are huge all by hand
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