The Roman remains of Ancient Corinth really impressed us. Entire streets and shops are still remarkably preserved unlike other sites which can be more rubble than visible structures, so it’s not hard to imagine how it may have looked nearly 2000 years ago.
There are the remains of a couple of fountains, the magnificient Temple of Apollo and the Agora. It was lovely walking around the site with Acrocorinth as the backdrop.
The museum was really great too with its fine displays of ancient Roman willies and boobs, mosaics as well as an abundance of headless statues.