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Corinth Canal

Corinth Bridge, Corinth 201 00, Greece
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Corinth Bridge, Corinth 201 00, Greece
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Reviewed yesterday

But only the smallest of ships could traverse it. Yet it was cut through sandstone and eliminates many miles for those products that must get there quickest.

Thank Ron B
Reviewed 2 days ago

We were passing by Corinth and decided to get off the highway to see the canal. The GPS brought us to the foot bridge where we parked and crossed to see this amazing engineering marvel. The depth of this canal is hard to put in...More

Thank Lizzypumpkin
Reviewed 2 days ago

We crossed the canal further down from the main canal area which in itself was a experience using the descending bridge a amazign sight to watch

Thank swift314
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A quick first stop of my day tour. Was lucky to see a sail boat passing through the canal just before we left.

Thank NSEL
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is a terrifying and amazing stop if you are in the area. The depth of this canal is extraordinary. We didn't get to see a ship through the canal; that would have been a nice feature.

Thank SDB545
Reviewed 6 days ago

I love it when I visit sites that provide a sense of perspective. Not all cruise ships can go through the Corinth Canal today, because in today's world, it has very little economic use as most large transports ships are now too large to pass...More

Thank adalbert3
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The canal is so beautiful, amazing. It has bungy jump and cruise to enjoy a bit more of it. Cafe shop, gift shop close by. But lots of beggars, mainly woman with young children; that's a bit ......

Thank LilyChak
Reviewed 1 week ago

a tourist trap, honestly. It's worth seeing once, if you're on the way to something else, but don't make a special effort to see it. You're looking at clear water connecting the Aegean Sea and Saronic Gulf--impressive, but just something to do while taking a...More

Thank Nathan G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a great waterway this is. It is a bit over six kilometres long and dead straight and, for me, a marvel of engineering from the late nineteenth century. We took a boat cruise the length of the canal and back which was excellent and...More

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great place to visit on the way to Athens. Ensure you go to both sides of the bridge and if possible, get a boat along the canal.

Thank Priyapea
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1Yvonne1
6 September 2017|
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Response from MADelargy | Reviewed this property |
Sorry. Cant help. Not sure I would want to cruise it as is a very confined canal and nil to see but the walls of the canal.
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latoniajackson
31 May 2017|
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Response from Ioannis B | Reviewed this property |
The Corinth Canal doesn’t only comprise a junction of international sea transport but also a pole of attraction of thousands of visitors due to its enormous History famous in Greece and abroad. Crowds of people cross the... More
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26 April 2017|
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Response from Gaijin-tanuki | Reviewed this property |
We tracked down a website, in English, which lists an email address and a Facebook link. I sent an email at 2100 hrs enquiring where to embark, timing and cost. Received a response in English within 15 mins. Similarly my... More
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