Worth visitiing this place which shows how water was carried from a spring in the mountain all the way to Pythagorion area thousands years ago... Check the timetable before going there!
Fantastic and for sure not to miss visit next to the Monestry of Spiliani. The water tunnel build by ING.MR. Spiliani totaly true a mountain with help of architects RICOS and Theodoris who later also did build a part of the temple of Hera and after that a part of Effesis in Turkeye
Once in Samos, go and visit. The island itself is not one of the nicest out of all Greek islands so its nice to see everything cos you will hardly return to the island. Visit - Heraion, Pythagorios cave, waterfalls, Tunnesl of Euplinos. When we went to the tunnel first time, it was closed due to strike. So we had... More
If you're expecting a roller-coaster type attraction, then this is not for you. But it is a fascinating site when you consider the feat of engineering it was two and a half thousand years ago. Very atmospheric, but be advised to wear sensible footwear - the rocks can be slippery in the tunnel. I found it fascinating; so pleased I... More
Read up on the Eupalinos Origma and were looking forward to being awed: I'm sure we would have been but, even though I told our driver that it was Monday and archaeological sites across Greece are closed, he insisted and, sure enough, closed. The next day we hired a driver and, boy were we disappointed to go back only to... More
a bit claustrophopic but worth doing. Amazing how they managed to do this without all the devices we take for granted
Unique tunnel high in the mountains. One of the great experiences of my all trips. Definetely a MUST SEE, the rest you will see by yourself. Don't miss it. At first day we were late because it closes at 3pm (summer) so we were unable to see it. Only for this tunnel we came next day once more -this time... More
Very narrow for big boys :) Only 100m available to visitors, but you get the idea, how this tunnel (actually aqueduct) was built and the amount of effort.
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