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A very large site. and beautiful views also. A lovely walk around the site with plaque details for each area. you need to be able bodied to get all the way round but can see the outline area from the entrance which is free.
It takes about 20 mins to climb up and you have to be reasonably fit to master the steep hill, but it is worth the wait to see the old temple ruins, which are the old stone pillars of the old temple and the other...More
I drove past this, conscious it existed due to the roads signs. I don't want to appear uninterested in the local culture and history, or uneducated, but what I saw was basically an overgrown fenced off field. This was not really an attraction I would...More
We visited the site believing that we would only see the ruins of the Temple of Apollo. However, we were so surprised to see the Temple of Zeus, Temple of Apollo, a small theatre, and an ancient stadium for early Olympic Games, dating back to...More
Hire a car and make sure you visit this site, it is a much better to take your time when visiting this site. I would suggest that you park at the top of the hill to visit the temple and then drive down the hill...More