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Archaeological Site Mycenae: Tours & Tickets

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Mycenae - legendary kingdom of Agamemnon - is a place of unbelievable history. In reality what place in Greece is not? With Mycenae there is the Lions Gate and the grave circles where those golden treasures were discovered - most of which are now in the Archaeological Museum
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Mycenae is literally legendary; it was thought not to exist until it was discovered by sheer brute force. The fact that it was so developed 1500 years ago is still amazing to me (yeah, ok, there are older civilizations, too, but still). We were driving to Nafplio from Athens and
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We had the benefit of a tour guide but there is a wealth of information available that explains the massive historical significance of this archaeological site. The view from the citadel is breathtaking and it is so easily accessible. A highlight of our tour so far.
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We visited this site on the recommendation of a British gent who is now a resident of the area. Although the ruins have been "ruined" and only the foundations remain, the multiple signs posted along the walkways provided a clear picture of what this ancient civilization was like.
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The site was not to far from the town. It was uphill. The town had 2 campsites. When you are on the site they have lots of detail signs. It is more of one direction thru the site. So you will not miss the display panels. The wall is in good shape. There is lots of foundation,
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