• Description

    Delphi, Kalambaka, Meteora, Thermopylae

  • Duration

    On Halfboard Basis

    From April to October, Every Sunday-Tuesday & Wednesday
    Fridays only on certain dates
    Dep.: 8:45am – Ret.: 7:00pm

  • Note

    Note: This is an organized tour with fixed itinerary.
    All organized tours include transportation with luxury A/C bus, licensed guide, entrance fees.
    Spoken languages are: English and French.

    Groups in another language upon request and availability with extra charge.

  • Price

    1st Class Accommodation:
    P/Person in Twin/Triple: 400,00€
    Single Supplement: 70,00€
    Tourist Class Accommodation:
    P/Person in Twin/Triple: 340,00€
    Single Supplement: 58,00€

1st Day: At first we depart from Athens arrive in Delphi. At the foot of mount Parnassus lies the sanctuary of Delphi which was for many centuries the cultural and religious center, and symbol of unity for the Hellenic world. Delphi had the most famous oracle of ancient Greece which was at its peak between the sixth and fourth centuries B.C. Pythia delivered the oraclesand then the priests of Apollo interpreted them. Cities rulers and ordinary individuals alike consulted the oracle, expressing their gratitude with great gifts and spreading its fame around the world.

Visit the archaeological site and the museum, where you can see the unique bronze statue of Charioteer, dedicated to Apollo by Polyzalos, the tyrant of Gela in 478B.C. when he won the chariot race at the Pythian Games, the second most important games in Greece after the Olympics. Overnight in Delphi.

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2nd Day:

At first leisure at Delphi in the morning. Afterwards depart to Kalambaka in the afternoon, passing through AmfissaLamia, and crossing the Thessalian plain.  Dinner and overnight in Kalambaka.

3rd Day:

Visit to the most amazing places in Greece, Meteora , meaning suspended in the air. The most important group of monasteries are found here, there are 24 monasteries on the rocks. There were no steps and the main access to the monasteries was by means of a net that was hitched over a hook and hoisted up by rope. The rock monasteries have been characterized by Unesco as a unique phenomenon of cultural heritage.

Finally after visits start  the drive back to Athens passing through Thermopylae.