Apart from its modern history, Epirus is also widely known for its glorious past. A past connected with the famous Dodona oracle as well as with other ancient cities such as Nikopolis and Kassopi. Our first stop is a few kilometers away from the city of Ioannina, at Dodona oracle whose history dates back to the 2nd millennium BC. There, the temple of Zeus together with the astonishing theatre forms a picturesque scene of the ancient times. Our next stop is at the Roman city of Nikopolis, built by Octavianus Augustus in commemoration of his victory against Marcus Antonius’ fleet and the legendary queen of Egypt Cleopatra. The city is built near Aktion, where the fierce battleship took place. Today, what is left from the city is the Auditorium, the Ancient Roman Theatre, the Walls as well as the Byzantine basilicas with its marvelous mosaics depicting scenes from the mythology. Our tour proceeds to the city of Kassopi, built on a small plain near the Zalongo range which dates back to the Paleolithic period. The city is one of best remaining examples of a city built on a rectilinear street grid of a Hippodamin plan and it is famous for its geometrical division as well as for its spectacular view. At the end of this route we visit the famous Nekromanteion, built near the banks of the Acheron River where according to the legend the gate to the Underworld was located.