If nothing else just to marvel at what it took to make this canal happen. It’s cut out of rocks at time when the best of tools were not available. It’s worth seeing for yourself. While here, check out Ancient Corinth as well.
Corinth Canal, Greece – Corinth Canal Footbridge
The Corinth Canal is located in Greece near the town of Corinth and the Ancient town of Corinth. It links the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea and allows ships to pass through rather than go all the way around the Peloponnese.
How To Get Here
You can take the Greece Rail train from Athens to Korinthos and then take a cab from there to the Corinth Canal. Or take a 35 minutes walk says Google.
By Cruise Ship
Well, you can get to Athens by cruise ship. Then take a car to the Canal.