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Perched on the slopes of mount Parnassus, Central Greece, the oracle of Delphi was the most famous and respectful oracle of the ancient world. For hundreds of years, pilgrims from all over the then known world made their way to the sanctuary of god Apollo in Delphi in the hope of getting a helpful answer from the mouth of the medium-priestess Pythia.
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Distomo (Osios Loukas Monastery)
Village Of Arachova
The Oracle of Delphi
Museum Of Delphi
Sanctuary Athens Pronea and Gymnasium
Theater and Stadium of Delphi
Lunch at a Local Traditional Tavern
On this Day tour meet your expert local guide dedicated exclusively to you and your group, at the Athens hotel or Piraeus port and depart in our fully air-conditioned vehicle and transfer you at the most important Archeological Sites of Greece? Oracle of Delphi
Our first stop is going to be the monastery of Osios Loukas, situated in a picturesque valley teemed with olive trees. Byzantine monasteries are built in sites characterized by amazing natural beauty, always in harmony with the surrounding landscape, following the example of the ancient temples.
In a landscape untouched by time, you will discover two magnificent Byzantine churches decorated with frescoes and mosaics, with their characteristic golden background (10-11th century AD). The Byzantine abundance of the monastery still functioning today was recently brought to light due to a successful restoration project. The monastery was founded around the middle of the 10th century AD by the monk Loukás from Stýri. His relics are exhibited in the Katholicon (main church of the monastery). They were stolen by the Crusaders during the 13th AD and kept in the Vatican for centuries.
Then we will visit Delphi (The navel of earth).
From ancient times Delphi was the attraction for many visitors and of course there were many reasons for this: the Oracle of Delphi became the heart of the ancient Greek world and the entire eastern Mediterranean, the Pythian Games, the Sanctuary of Apollo or just because Delphi was the Navel of the Earth. You will see the Roman Agora, walk along the Sacred Way, and view the monument of the Argive Kings, the Polygonal wall, the monument of Platea and the Temple of Apollo where the oracle resided. Above the Temple, you can visit the well preserved 3rd-century Theater.
On the lower slope of the mountain is the Tholos, a building whose exact purpose is unknown but architecturally speaking is considered one of the masterpieces of the ancient world.
Continue with the museum and its spectacular exhibits, among them colossal statues, golden offerings and a unique bronze charioteer. Enjoy a delicious meal in a traditional tavern.
On the way back to Athens stop at the picturesque village of Arachova.Arachova is a mountainous village nestling picturesquely at the foot of Mt. Parnassos in Viotia, Southern Greece.It is the most cosmopolitan winter destination in Greece, a great favourite for passionate ski lovers and celebrities, or just first-time visitors who wish to relax in a dreamy mountainous setting with modern tourism facilities.
After some free time for shopping and wandering around you will start your drive back to Athens.
Private transfers in luxury vehicles throughout your journey
English speaking driver
Tour Leader (Not licensed to accompany you into the sites)
See the Oracle of Delphi
Spend time in the Arachova Village
What's Not Included
Personal expenses (food and drinks)
Gratuities 10% (optional)
Licensed tour guide upon request, depending on availability
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