In-Conference One Day Tours

Payment for in conference tours is made in cash USD (or EUR equivalent) upon arrival on a first come, first served basis. 

 

Athens - April 9 or 10

 

Paul visits this bustling city on the run from Jewish heretics who sought to harm him during his second missionary journey. Alone in a place filled with idols, he seeks to preach Christ to the philosophers of the day at Mars Hill. 

When you visit Athens, you can stand where Paul preached in the shadow of the Acropolis. You can learn how Greco-Roman philosophy has influenced the New Testament. Enjoy the restoration of the Agora (marketplace) by the American Archaeological Society or observe an ancient bema, the analogy used for God's judgment of humankind. 

 

Cost: $75 USD for adults, $65 USD for youth (ages 12-18), $30 for children (11 and under)

 

Package includes tour guide, transportation and venue admission. You may bring your own lunch from Eritrea Conference Center or purchase on your own. 

 

 

 

Corinth - April 9 or 10

 

Paul spent 18 months in Corinth during his second missionary journey, in addition to writing at least four letters to them - two of which we have in the New Testament. When you visit Corinth you can explore many aspects of Paul correspondence including the nature of meat sacrificed to idols, the reason women used head coverings in worship, and the way in which worship of Apollo and Aphrodite influenced converts.

 

Cost: $60 USD for adults, $55 USD for youth (ages 12-18), $30 for children (11 and under)

 

Package includes tour guide, transportation and venue admission. You may bring your own lunch from Eritrea Conference Center or purchase on your own. 

 

 

 

 

Three Island Cruise - April 9

Hydra/Poros/Aegina
 
Depart from your resort around 6 am to the Port of Piraeus for "Greek Islands Experience” day cruise. Enjoy beautiful scenery, Greek music & dancing, Greek food and swimming in crystal clear waters. You will visit the following islands.
 
Hydra - this Mediterranean island is an unspoiled jewel of traditional Mediterranean allure, offering its visitors a unique glimpse of the living past.   
 
Poros - a lush, tranquil island separated from the Peloponnese by a narrow strait. Often referred to as the “Venice of the Saronic Gulf” the two towns of Poros and Galatas are connected only by boat, giving them a special charm and feeling of living on water.
 
Aegina - located in the center of the Argo-Saronic Gulf, this island is a favorite weekend destinations for Athenians. Visitors usually return home with a bag of its famous and tasty pistachios after enjoying the scenic view of pine forests and olive groves.
 
Return approximately 9:30 pm to Eritrea.
    
More information:
http://www.onedaycruise.gr

 

Cost: $110 per person