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This is a spectacular archaeological site with many levels. The actual site of the Oracle is the Temple of Apollo, not the three-pillared tholos down the road from the main site with the gymnasium (photo currently used for this site). Be sure to leave time...More
The ancient Delphi was one of the ancient Greece sanctuaries that grew rich and important with the help of Pythia, the oracle. Kings and other important people came to hear her prophesies before making their decisions. The Greeks also considered Delphi to be the navel...More
This famous Ancient site is a must visit location if you love History and Archaeology. The entrance fee of €12 included the site and museum.
We chose October as our month to visit; Thus avoiding the hot Summer heat!
Hard to say Anything else about Delphi Ruins apart from amazing! It was very hot the day we went but they have drinking fountains on the way up the ruins. take a water bottle to fill up. It can be steep at times but its...More
We visited the most popular Greek oracle in Delphi to find out who will win the world cup. In the ancient world, prophecies were very popular. The most prominent prophecy happened in Delphi at the Temple of the God Apollo, located on the slopes of...More
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We had difficulty finding a guide that was located in Delphi (as opposed to joining a larger group that transports you in from Athens). The one guide that we did find charged 180 USD for a two and a half hour private tour... More
We had difficulty finding a guide that was located in Delphi (as opposed to joining a larger group that transports you in from Athens). The one guide that we did find charged 180 USD for a two and a half hour private tour of the ruins and museum. The ticket window does have a list of tour operators that you can call and check for availability once you arrive, but that could be hit or miss. Upon other's recommendations, we used the Blue Guide Greece: The Mainland guidebook's section for the Delphi ruins which added a lot of background information in addition to the signage at the sites.