At the northeast Peloponnese, 70 km from the Canal of Corinth, lies “The golden city” according to Homer. The visitor remains astonished at the view of the Lion’s Gate, the colossal cyclopean walls, the remains of the Mycenaean Palace of 1.600 BC and the huge behieve tombs equal to the Pyramids. It was the most important city of Greece during the rule of King Agamemnon . At the new archaeological museum one can see the very interesting collection of the treasures that were found during the excavations.