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Kourion: Self-Guided Archaeological Site Walking Tour

1. Kourion: Self-Guided Archaeological Site Walking Tour

Discover the ruins of ancient Kourion on this self-guided walking tour. Listen to the history of these magnificent monuments using an app, which also includes a map, animated videos, and reconstructions to help bring these ruins to life. Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. See the House of Eustolios, where one of the city’s most prominent noblemen once lived. Learn about the ancient history of Kourion and its significance today. Then visit the amphitheater, where thousands of people gathered for plays and concerts. Admire the Kourion aqueducts and the agora, the public square where bustling markets once thrived, then continue to the public baths. See the mosaics in the Gladiator House and House of Achilles, and learn about the subjects within these images. Finally, see one of the earliest Christian basilicas ever built. As you make your way back to the visitor’s center, encounter even more ruins, and hear about the earthquake which destroyed the thriving city.

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I had a lovely time at the archaeological site, it was greatly enhanced by having the audio playing as you approach each point of interest. I think some changes to small areas have occurred since it was recorded, so if you follow the map on this app is tries to take you off the planned pathway a tiny bit but it’s obvious you need to turn back on yourself rather than try to scramble up a rocky bank. I found it really helpful and the narrator has a nice voice. You do also have to pay to enter the site, it’s not much €4.50 so entrance is not inc,