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Delphi: A Day Tour at the Navel of the World from Athens

By: Key Tours
From US$116.50
Highlights
  • Hassle-free and all-inclusive day trip to Delphi from Athens 
  • Learn about the ruins’ history and functions from a guide 
  • Visit the main UNESCO-listed site and Delphi Archaeological Museum 
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Delphi: A Day Tour at the Navel of the World from Athens
From US$116.50
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Overview
Take a hassle-free day trip to Delphi from Athens, leaving the organization to someone else. Save time and money, as this trip covers all the bases, including air-conditioned transportation (with Wi-Fi), onboard and on-site guide commentary, entrance fees, and visits to the UNESCO-listed ruins and the Delphi Archaeological Museum. Hotel pickup and drop-off, plus an optional lunch upgrade, make this tour extra convenient.
What to Expect
Board a climate-controlled coach with Wi-Fi at your central Athens hotel and journey to Delphi with a guide pointing out scenery along the way.

After a rest stop in Livadia, you’ll arrive at Delphi, where oracle priestesses forecasted the future. See the Castalian Spring, where the priestesses bathed, and get a guided tour.

View the Kings of Argos Monument, Treasury, and Temple of Apollo as your guide explains their history, and visit Delphi Archaeological Museum to see highlights like the Siphnian Treasury frieze and the Charioteer of Delphi.

Savor a 3-course lunch at a local restaurant (if option selected), or choose to explore and grab lunch on your own. Finally, visit Delphi’s much-photographed Athena Pronaia Sanctuary before your tour finishes with a drop-off back at your central Athens hotel.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Interesting full-day experience with Key Tours

The exploration of the complex of Delphi, visit to the museum there, the stop at the Athena Pronaia Sancturary - all with a very a well-informed guide; then the savory lunch at Chalet Maniati were all very pleasant. The only disappointment was that the scheduled...More

Thank klineposada1944
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Good but can be better- Tour Guide Sofia

The tour started pretty much on time and it picked me up from a hotel quite close to my B&B. Our tour guide- Sofia was really good at communicating. She started telling us about the history of Athens right from the Syntagma Square, where she...More

2  Thank Anmol S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Delphi day trip with Katerina!

The trip started with a strange collection process. We were staying in Plaka, down a narrow a street and were given a pick up point outside another hotel further up the road. Someone with a clipboard arrived, confirmed our names and walked us to another...More

2  Thank Maeve H
Reviewed 17 March 2018
Delphi Day-Tour with Guide Marianna

Marianna was an amazing tour guide! From departure time to return she led well while clearly and articulately set the agenda/itinerary, thoroughly and enthusiastically guided our group masterfully. My son and I registered for this tour knowing we were going to see beauty beyond words....More

1  Thank Jason D
Reviewed 16 March 2018
Great Day at an incredibly Historic Site

Shockingly, it was quite difficult to find tour companies within Athens. I REALLY wanted to visit Delphi and somehow came across Key Tours. The tour ended up being really fantastic. Some of the details are as follows: 1 - You travel in a large, air...More

3  Thank JetlagJerry_Dot_Com
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Rocio415
5 April 2018|
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Response from Jasna S | Reviewed this property |
Hello, from my experience better no. There is a lot of climbing and going up so definitely this is not an easy walk.
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