By Rachel Lankester, founder Magnificent Midlife

Visit ancient Greece on a virtual tour. Travelling there, it’s the ancient beauty of the country that comes to the fore, not to mention the gorgeous blue skies and seas. After all, Greece was the crucible of civilisation, democracy, theatre, and philosophy – the very birthplace of the Western world.

This virtual tour starts in Athens at the Parthenon, dominated by the incredible Acropolis  and then travels to Delphi, where mortals, via the ‘oracle’ communicated with the god Apollo. Then we visit ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games and Mycenae the ancient home of Agamemnon who united the Greeks.

Our last ancient site is Epidaurus, the greatest healing centre and finest theatre, with the most amazing acoustics, in the ancient world.

The tour also visits the charming coastal town of Nafplion and the beautiful  island of Spetses.  We cross the Charilaos Trekoupis Bridge linking the Peloponnese to mainland Greece and the Corinth Canal which made the former peninsula a true island.

Enjoy our virtual tour!

If you’d like to do this tour in real life see Riviera.

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Ancient Greece

Rachel Lankester is the founder of Magnificent Midlife, author, host of the Magnificent Midlife Podcast, a midlife mentor and editor of the Mutton Club online magazine. After an initially devastating early menopause at 41, she dedicated herself to helping women vibrantly transition through the sometimes messy middle of life, helping them cope better with menopause and ageing in general, and create magnificent next chapters. She’s been featured in/on BBC Woman’s Hour, The Huffington Post, The Sunday Times, Thrive Global, Authority Magazine, The Age Buster, Woman’s Weekly, Prima Magazine, eShe, Tatler HK and Woman’s Own amongst others. She believes we just get better with age. Get her book Magnificent Midlife: Transform Your Middle Years, Menopause and Beyond which was recommended in the New York Times.

Last Updated on January 30, 2023 by Editorial Staff

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