Corinth Regional Guide

Corinth Regional Guide

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All-in-one guide to know what you're seeing and not miss while there. Places to see and things to do around the most visited sites and off-the-beaten-path areas within easy reach of Athens. The canal is well-known but Corinth, the prefecture is full of intriguing history, enchanting sites, stunning views and pastoral natural beauty. Profound artistic and biblical legacies can be traced to its ancient sites, while Corinth origin includes the earliest spas, Black Corinth ('currant') raisins, 'Hercules' blood' Nemean wine, the first 'railroad' and more. These treasures are found amid Byzantine churches and monasteries, mountain trails, a popular ski hill, mysterious lakes and wildflower meadows for year-round enjoyment.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 60 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 4mm | 109g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1514203081
  • 9781514203088

About Tania J Kollias

Tania Kollias is an accredited journalist and editor living in Athens, Greece. She has worked in newspapers, magazines and related fields for more than two decades, contributing to publications such as the New York Daily News, Daily Mail and Globe & Mail among others, and has written travel guides for the likes of Frommer's Fodor's, DK and Expedia. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, after finishing a Communications degree (SFU), she travelled to some 30 countries in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa, and has worked in Vancouver, Melbourne, Tokyo and Athens.show more