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Mikro Horio

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1 Day Delphi
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1 Day Delphi

In the morning depart from Athens for a One Day trip to the UNESCO – listed Archeological Site of Delphi. On the way, drive through the plain of Beotia and also pass through the city Theva (where King Oedipus was born), Levadia and Arachova where there will be a short stop on the way back.<br>Arrive at Delphi, one of the most important digs in Europe. Visit the Temple of Apollo, the Museum which contains such spectacular exhibits like the Naxian Sphinx, the famous bronze Charioteer, the Treasury of the Sifnians and so many more. Return back to Athens in the afternoon in the same route.
$107.39 per adult
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nkrusharova wrote a review Jul 2020
Sofia, Bulgaria9 contributions
Ghost town - deserted stone houses and nothing else. Unpaved road for the last one mile. Only 2 houses may have in summer owners. Bar opens at 11 p.m.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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banham-canary wrote a review Sep 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom64 contributions66 helpful votes
We walked from Livadia - clearly marked old mule trail. Very atmospheric in early autumn- abandoned small town baking in the sun. During the summer there are regular all-night music nights based around a taverna, ending with the sunrise. However when we went it was just us and a few other tourists.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Andy wrote a review Sep 2019
Swansea, United Kingdom43 contributions21 helpful votes
Visited in the day to explore after hiring a scooter really beautiful peaceful place we were the only 2 people there at 1600hrs . Except for the goats who wonder around the narrow paths. Returned on the 2300hrs bus for an Ouzo with the Ghost Town gently lite and music playing watching the Moon. Brilliant a Must in Tilos
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Date of experience: September 2019
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JMHF wrote a review Sep 2019
Rottingdean, United Kingdom55 contributions27 helpful votes
Great visit by Day (yet to try by night!) well worth hiring a car - spent half an hour here which was adequate. Signs to it leave something to the imagination, but follow the signs to the bar and ye will find! Take water, suncream and sensible footwear!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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David D wrote a review Jun 2019
Devon, United Kingdom8,248 contributions1,400 helpful votes
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Wednesday 12th June and we visited this old deserted hillside town which is situated about 2.5 kilometres, by road, from Livadia, on the road to Megalo Chorio. Along the road there is a signpost indicating that Micro Chorio is 1 kilometre from that point along the road towards Amali, a turning was on the left just after the sign. We took this turning and headed down the road. We did actually drive past the turning for Mikro Chorio, it was only a dirt track road, we were expecting a sign, but there was not one there. Eventually we took the dirt track we did not get very far as it was blocked with piles of sand along it, we assumed remedial works were to commence soon. We parked the car and started to walk up the steep track up to Mikro Chorio. It took us a good 15 minutes to get there, but it was made exciting as the ruins and the Church became clearer and more defined as we neared. It was a rather eerie and haunted, ghost town feeling as we walked through the partially or ruined remains of what were once people's homes. A couple of buildings have been repaired and one of them opens up as a bar during the summer. It was not open when we visited. One of the outstanding features amongst the ruins was the Church with its whitewashed walls, bell tower and red wavey terracotta roof tiles, it was also not open. It certainly was deserted we were the only people there. To get here there is a pathway walk from Livadia, there is no bus service, so car or motor cycle are the only alternatives.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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