The Delphi day tour starts with a drive on the national highway towards northern Greece passing by the plane of Thieves and the city of Levadia. Then we will be on the slopes of Mount Parnassus before reaching Delphi.
Our first stop is going to be the monastery of Hosios Loukas, which represents the second golden age of Byzantine art (11th -12th century) in particular its golden mosaic decoration and fine architecture.
After spending some time in this area of serenity we will drive to the site of Delphi, an ancient Greek sanctuary with a PanHellenic character dedicated to the God Apollo. It functioned as an Oracle and was considered ‘the navel’, the centre of the world and is today a symbol of Greek cultural unity.
The scenic location allows you to have a view of the Greek mountains and two more sites the Gymnasium and the secondary sanctuary of Athena Pronea. In the site, you will visit the Temple of Apollo where Pythia spoke to the oracles, the theatre, and the stadium. While in the museum you will be able to see the famous charioteer and Gold Ivory statues.
After the site we will have our lunch at the modern village of Delphi with a view of the mountains of Fokis and our last destination will be the village of Arachova. A mountainous village built on a cliff 900 m above sea level very close to the Parnassus ski resort. It’s the mainland’s answer to Mykonos.
After some free time for shopping and wandering around we will have a pleasant drive back to Athens.
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Setting off with a drive along the national highway heading towards northern Greece and coming across the plane of Theves and the city of Levadia. Levadia is a town in central Greece. It is the capital of the Boeotia regional district, it lies 90 km north-west of Athens.
We will be on the slopes of Mount Parnassus before reaching Delphi.
Our first stop is going to be the monastery of Hosios Loukas. The monastery is located in a picturesque valley overflowing with olive trees. Worth noticing are its decorations and fine architecture, they are an excellent example of the second golden age of Byzantine art (11th -12th century). In particular its golden mosaic decoration and fine architecture are protected by UNESCO.
Delphi is a town on Mount Parnassus in the south of mainland Greece. It's the site of the 4th-century-B.C. Temple of Apollo, once home to a legendary oracle.
In the museum you will be able to see some splendid findings such as the famous charioteer and Gold Ivory statues.
Called the centre of the world, Delphi was the most famous ancient Greek sanctuary with a Pan Hellenic character dedicated to the God Apollo. At the site you will visit the temple of Apollo where Pytheia spoke to the oracles, the theater, and the stadium, while a little farther lies the temple of Athena Pronea and the Gymnasium.
A stop at the village of Arachova, Mykonos of the Winter, as the Athenians call it, for come picturesque photos.
And after that we will drive back to Athens.
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