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77€ per person
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Join us for an amazing Delphi day trip. Visit the “Center of the World”, Delphi Archaeological Site. Enjoy your guided full-day tour in Delphi, by marveling at the Navel of the World or "Omphalos" as Greeks call it, the Temple of Apollo, the Treasury of the Athenians, and the Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia. Discover unique artifacts by visiting the archaeological museum in Delphi. Visit the traditional village of Arachova, have lunch in one of the many tavernas and take a stroll among its picturesque streets.
21 Chatzichristou str & Makrigianni str (corner), Athens 11742, 50 meters away from the metro station ''Acropolis''. - Look out for the BLUE umbrella at the meeting point.
21 Chatzichristou str & Makrigianni str, Athens 11742, 50 meters away from the metro station ''Acropolis''.
This tour is offered only in English
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- Air-conditioned Coach
- Licensed Tour Guide
- Vat and all legal taxes
Price does not include
- Anything that is not specified in the program as included
- Entrance Fees to archaeological sites
- Hotel Pick Up - Drop Off
- Meals and Drinks
Delphi Day Trip Highlights:
- Visit accompanied by your guide – archaeologist to the Center of the ancient world – Delphi Archaeological Site & Temple of Apollo.
- Explore the majestic Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia – “Tholos”.
- Marvel at the artifacts in Delphi Archaeological Museum and be astonished by the body structure of the bronze Charioteer.
- Enjoy a delicious meal in a traditional Greek taverna.
- Delphi Day Trip from Athens - Small Group
Delphi Day Trip from Athens - Small Group
More about this tour
Delphi Day Trip. Delphi is listed among the UNESCO world heritage sites and is considered to be one of the most important archaeological sites all over Greece.
At the foot of Mount Parnassos, within the angle formed by the twin rocks of the Phaedriades, lies the Pan-Hellenic sanctuary of Delphi, which had the most famous Oracle of ancient Greece. Between the sixth and fourth centuries BC, the Delphic Oracle, which was regarded as the most trustworthy, was at its peak. It was delivered by the priestess Pythia and interpreted by the priests of Apollo.