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Delphi Oracle

The ancient Greek city-states warred with each other, but all considered Delphi sacred and brought lavish offerings to Apollo to get advice from the famous Oracle there. Splendid ruins and art remain as a legacy for you to explore in the shadow of Mt. Parnassus.

 

Athenian treasury

After arriving from Athens, visit the Castalia spring. This is where the high priestess, or Oracle, would bathe to cleanse her body and soul. Next visit the Temple of Athena, with its unusual round, colonnaded thalos.

The Temple of Apollo was the center of this “navel of the world.” Nearby stands the restored treasury Athens built to house its offerings.

Athena Pronea

Offerings that were not pillaged from the various treasuries are collected in the Delphi Archaeological Museum. There you will see the famous bronze Charioteer statue, which still retains its inlaid glass eyes. Other attractions include the amphitheater and Asklipieion.

 

You can have a lunch of traditional Greek food in the nearby village of Delphi.

king Leonidas

After we going to visit Thermopylae. The place were the 300 Spartans with their famous King Leonidas and 1100 Thespies horsemen opposed and died against King Xerxes and the Persians.

 

Inclusions & Exclusions


What's included:

  • Hotel, airport or port pick-up and drop off
  • English-speaking taxi driver
  • Transportation by luxury, air-conditioned Mercedes Benz taxi
  • Wi-Fi internet connection on request
  • A child seat is available upon request
  • Cold water supplies

Not included:

  • Professional tour guide (the guidance is conducted by the taxi driver while cruising)
  • Fees for the archeological attractions
  • Lunch, beverages, and snacks

Additional Information


  • Please wear athletic or other rubber-soled shoes to prevent slipping
  • The tour does not operate on Christmas and New Year's days and National Holidays