Mycenae - Treasure of Atreus - Audioguide (1h10)

Explore the archaeological site of Mycenae at your own pace with our audio guide in English. Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Mycenaean civilization and Greek mythology. Our audioguide takes you through the city's remains, revealing its treasures, myths and legends. No matter if you're a history buff, mythology enthusiast or just curious to know more, our audio guide is the ideal tool to help you discover all the secrets of this historic site.

Reference: AGMYC-110

Availability: Instant delivery

Take advantage of a discounted price depending on quantity:

  • From 2 to 3 : 1,50€ discount on the price indicated.
  • From 4 : 3,00€ discount on the price indicated.

18,00€ inc. tax


Audio guide Mycenae Site Museum Cyclopean

Purchase includes:

  • Instant download after payment.
  • Installation guide for your device (smartphone, tablet, etc.).
  • A link to download the audioguide app.
  • A self-guided tour in English or French.
  • The QR code to activate and access your audio tour.
  • Once downloaded, access to the content, even offline.
  • Technical support on demand 

The audioguide contains:

  • Describing all the sights of the Mycenaean sites, the Treasury of Atreus, the Citadel and the Museum.
  • Automatic narration with interactive geolocated map.
  • Sound track of about one hour of detailed explanations and myths.
  • Numerous photos, illustrations, 3D reproductions and plans.
  • Throughout the visit, you can replay the commentary at will.
  • Once loaded, the tour remains accessible on your smartphone.

Make sure that:

  • You have downloaded the player app.
  • Your phone is fully charged.
  • You have earbuds or headphones.

What is not included:

  • Admission to sites and museums.
  • Pick up from your lodging.
  • Escorted by a licensed guide.

Passionate about Greece and its heritage, we offer an unforgettable and extraordinary experience through our rich and immersive audioguides. They are your ticket to the history, legends, myths and culture of ancient Greece.


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