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This place was a place of pilgrimage for over 2000 years. it is located on the beautiful side of a steep hill, Mount Parnassus. This complex was closed up by the Romans in 393AD when the Christian religion was expanding and did not want any...More
To see it from a distance is awesome enough, but (in the approach) one can still pick up on what drew those ancient travellers, seeking wisdom! I sat, and soaked it in-wanting to stay much longer. So beautiful and, on this idyllic day, a Dream...More
The Temple of Apollo is the main temple at the Delphi archaeological site and once the home to the famous oracle. Only half a dozen columns remain standing but the setting is spectacular and well worth the two hours or so it takes to visit...More
It's definitely on the to visit list especially if you come so far to visit the oracle and ancient ruins. It will be a pitty to miss the temple as it's not part of the bigger complex. Just need to walk a bit down the...More
If you are making the trek to Greece, you MUST go to the Oracle. It's about 2 hours ride out (email George's Taxi for a private ride), and go see the oracle where the ancient world depended on advice for all their most important decisions....More
This has been a "bucket list" of ours for sometime. We have now made the journey! Such an incredible experience we will never forget! Coming to Athens is a dream come true. So impressive, so surreal. Hiking history.
Delphi. Ruins of the ancient Temple of Apollo is famous as the ancient sanctuary that grew rich as the seat of oracle Pythia, the oracle who was consulted about important decisions throughout the ancient classical world (delivered oracles in a frenzied state induced by vapours...More
Amazing how the people perceived how their God looks like. In the middle of the mountain is found this treasure. We hiked the ruins up until the left standing columns with the tour guide. It is another proof of Greece’s fortified past
you take the Ktel bus from Lioson which is a bus service to the other cities ( all taxi drivers in Athens know it). it costs 32 € for a round trip from Athens to Delphi and back. Way cheaper if you do it this way plus... More
you take the Ktel bus from Lioson which is a bus service to the other cities ( all taxi drivers in Athens know it). it costs 32 € for a round trip from Athens to Delphi and back. Way cheaper if you do it this way plus entrance fees to the temple and museum is 12 € combined. its a 2 and half trip one way so best way is to takd the 7:30 am bus there and catch thd 4 pm bus back. this way you get to not rush and take your time plus gives you a little extra yime for the chakshee shops and a meal.