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In ancient times, Corinth was a major centre for trade and commerce in Greece, with a well-developed port. Today, it has a population of about 30,000. Situated on the Peloponnese Peninsula, Corinth has many archaeological sites and is second only to Athens in terms of visitors on the Greek mainland. As the gateway to the Peloponnese, Corinth is 70 kilometres from Athens and features idyllic countryside with lots of ancient ruins to explore. Corinth itself has many historical places of interest such as Acrocorinth, a fortress used by Turkish, Venetian and Byzantine forces during different periods of occupation throughout history.
Today, Corinth features all the amenities and facilities you would expect of any modern city including restaurants, cafes and bars, banks, shops, public transport to Athens and surrounding areas and, of course, beaches.
A few of the interesting places to go during your TEFL course in Corinth are:
Ancient Corinth – This is a town situated 7 kilometres from the city of Corinth and is the number one attraction in the area. It boasts many architecturally historic features such as the Temple of Apollo dating back to the 5th century BC and a great museum housing statues and mosaics.
St. Paul’s Metropolitan Church - This is the actual church where St. Paul spoke to the Corinthians from the tribune and is an excursion that must be taken.
Acrocorinthos - The Byzantines, Venetians, Turks and Romans left these ruins. From the Temple of Aphrodite, located on top of a 575 metre hill, you will get spectacular views. The impressive walls date back to medieval times.
Corinth Canal – Construction of this engineering marvel began in 67 AD and was not completed until 1893! Only six kilometres long, this canal was blasted through the solid rock of the Peloponnese to shorten the significantly longer route one used to have to take around it. Buses and trains from Athens pass right over it on their way to Corinth but by far the best way to see its 90 metre high walls is from the canal itself.
Corinth is only a 90 minute journey by air from Athens. There is a train service in both directions which runs a number of times each day from Demokratias. There are also three different bus stations which serve Corinth. For Athens use Station A which is close to the train station. For Ancient Corinth jump on a bus which leaves from the corner of Kolokotroni and Koliatsou. Nearly all other destinations depart from the station close to the corner of Koliatsou and Ermu.
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