This museum is one of the richest in the country, with collections of prehistorical, Greek, Roman, Bizantine, Medieval archaeology. Among the statues exhibited here, the most famous are that of Fortuna Goddess and Pontos God (protectors of the town) and of the Glycon snake, the protector of the house and family.
After visit of the museum you will see one of the largest known mosaics in Europe. Nearly 2,000 years old, the mosaic was once an immense decorative pavement used by the Romans. Today, a substantial portion remains of the thousands of multi-hued tiles that comprise this beautiful and extraordinary piece of history.
Leaving Ovid Square, it’s another short drive to the Ethnographic Museum. After this we will visit a local restaurant for a snack and wine tasting.
Departures: 09:00 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: Please note: The order of sights visited may vary to avoid congestion; order of sights viewed en-route from the comfort of a vehicle is subject to normal (regular) traffic condition and may vary due to different timings (order of sights visited) used to avoid congestion.
Gratuities are not included.
Entrance fees, wine and snacks are included.
Please, no bare shoulders or knees for the visit to the Orthodox Cathedral.
Please note: Toilet facilities require a fee, usually no more than 50 cents. Also, restaurants charge in local currency. ATMs are widely spread.