After visiting the archeological museum you take a path straight to the ruins. After starting to claim you get to the Temple. After that the amphitheater and stadium
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Hailed by historians as a must to see, it is one of the first temples to view on the Delphi site. The oracle rock is not inside this area but up above further along the path on the Delphi site
I just visited yesterday,got there around 5pm, buying the ticket (12€), starting to go up to the hill. There are 3 main places on the same hill: Apollo temple, theater and stadium (in order from the bottom to the top). You visit them by the...More
The temple of Appolo is truly a magnificent structure that has withstood several challenges. It is an exhausting climb to the top, but well worth it. If in Greece, a visit to Delphi and The Temple of Appolo is a must!
An excursion to Delphi (180 kms away from Athens) should be on your list when you visit Greece. It is a UNESCO Heritage Site and is considered as the second most important archaeological site in Greece (next to the Acropolis). You can organize a day...More
The ruins of the temple of Apollo give a glimpse of the majestic temple this was at one time. You feel like you're walking back in history. Its setting on the side of the mountain is spectacular!
I went with my husband and it is a breathtaking historical view of the ruins, scenery, and the natural landscape of Delphi. It took us about an hour to read the plaques and walk to the top. This is should be the first thing to...More
Part of the Delphi complex, the ruins of this temple are evocative of the past. With the whole complex being outdoors, I got more of a felling of ancient Greece here than anywhere else and it was not swarming with people like the Parthenon.
The ruins of the Sanctuary to Apollo are spectacular! They have just enough recreated to allow you to imagine the completed work in all of its glory- especially if you've visited the museum first! The prominence of its location on the mountain reaffirms its importance...More