Do you remember I told you all about my Best Summer Ever list?
Over the weekend I ticked off one of the activities in my list. On Saturday we drove to Nafplio, a coastal town in the region of the Peloponese in Greece and in the evening I headed to the Ancient Theatre of Epidavros to watch the tragedy play by Euripides, The Bacchae. The Theatre of Epidavros seats about 15,000 people and the way it is built allows for perfect acoustics on all rows. No matter where you seat you can even hear the sound of the actors walking on the ground.
When there is a play doors for spectators open at 8pm and it is the best time to enter if you want to find a good seat. Seats are given but broadly so you might want to arrive early to get the best seat in your assigned section. The Play we watched was a tragedy written by Euripides and while it wasn't my favorite I can say that it is an incredible experience to see perform in such a place. Definitely an activity that makes this the #bestsummerever.
I can't wait to show you how pretty Nafplio is!