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This ancient Greek temple is most famous for the oracle it contains, where pilgrims from all over the ancient world would come to have their fortunes told.
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Delphi, Greece
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We booked through Viator and Nikos from EUDAIMONIA Private Tours was God sent guide for us. Firstly, I changed my original plan (upon suggestion of Nikos, as there was a recent severe flooding in the area where we needed to travel through) and later thanked...More

Thank 143sasankac
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our second visit to Delphi, the first of which took place some 40-plus years ago. The first thing that we noticed was how much of the area surrounding the Temple of Apollo had been improved. Many paved paths and steps/stairs make moving around...More

Thank Bob H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We visited this place on the way back to Athens from Lefakada. The entrance was free. It is not part of the Delphi Ruins, it is situated by the road short walk from ruins entrance.

Thank Aleksandra S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The whole site of Delphi is magnificent and worth the trip to see it. The placement of the Temple of Apollo is particularly special in that it was the central reason most visitors made the trek here, to engage the Pythia to learn their fate...More

1  Thank mingfatsai
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Having a knowlegeable guide is essential when visiting Delphi. There is so much to discover and learn about the history of the Temple of Apollo and the the Oracle. The standing columns of the Temple have been restored.

Thank yellowperilhk
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The "Temple of Apollo" was definitely the star in Delphic sanctuary. It was where the oracle (Pythia) spoke the prophecies from God. Today, there are still six much photographed and well preserved columns standing. There is a square foundations on the ground where was used...More

Thank Snowbell23514
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The stadium and only one complete structure remain at this site and the rest are ruins. Walking through the site, I can only imagine its opulence back in ancient times. I would recommend a guided tour for a better understanding of the structures and the...More

Thank Genevieve D
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Oh my goodness.....what an incredible place. Remember to take bottles of water. Good walking shoes are a must. In places it is very steep. Take your time. Parking was great. The attendants are friendly. Go right to the top ....you won't be sorry even if...More

1  Thank zoleejay
Reviewed 29 October 2017

Very interesting structure with a great deal of walking interesting involved. Lots of photographs to be taken. Recommended

Thank greg_and_sue
Reviewed 29 October 2017

On returning to the main road from the main site, turn left and it’s a bit of a walk. and not very clearly signposted at first, to find the path down to the Sanctuary of Athena. This is where you will find the characteristic and...More

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Tiffany C
31 March 2015|
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Response from Ayman A |
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
Ikaika P
11 February 2015|
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Response from dennis S | Reviewed this property |
8-10 euro and children are for free.