Once believed to be the Centre of the world and the site at which Apollo spoke through his oracle, Delphi is one of Greece's most important archaeological sites. Pilgrims from all over the then-known world would visit the Oracle to receive counsel, in the form of prophecies, for matters ranging from the everyday, mundane issues faced by the peasant to essential issues of state, life, or death. Its prominence and power rose steadily throughout antiquity, so much so that it also became the base of a political and military alliance, apart from a religious sanctuary.
Enjoy a 2-hour tour of storytelling with your private guide, who will explain everything about the oracle's functions and the role it held during ancient times while browsing the extensive site and admiring, among others the Temple of Apollo, The Athenians treasure, and the ancient theatre.
08.00 AM Depart Athens
11:00 AM Arrive in Delphi
11:00 AM -1:00 PM Delphi Guided tour
1:00 - 2:00 PM Lunch break in Arachova or Galaxidi
4:00 PM Depart Delphi
Hotel pick-up and drop-off (vehicle)
Transport by private Vehicle
Refreshment & snack basket in vehicle
2-hour Delphi archaeological site and museum guided tour
Additional visit to one out of two options (Arachova, Galaxidi)
Private services of a state licensed guide throughout the excursion
Delphi Entry Fees
- Everything not included in the listed items above
- Personal Expenses
Things You Should Know
- Bring water - Stay hydrated!
Eleni is an archaeologist and a licensed tour guide. She has years of experience in a variety of fields including archaeology and administration. One of her strongest assets is that she is a very communicative person, well-organized with the ability to correspond to varied circumstances of any demanding research environment. The last six years she worked as a licensed tour guide. She has led tours around Greece and especially in Athens and has the opportunity to relay her passion for archaeology and transmitting her knowledge to the Greek history.
Minimum To Operate
Deadline To Book
5 days prior to the start of the experience