Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour

  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour
  • Delphi and Meteora 3 days tour

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First Day Itinerary:

Delphi Meteora tour starts from your hotel or apartment in Athens. Suggested time about 08:00am. We shall drive via Viotia Prefecture ,first stop at the capital of the viotia Livadeia .There we shall visit the park of Kria (means cold in Greek). The area of Kria is a landscape of unique natural beauty and a place for refreshments .You will have the opportunity to walk along the Gorge of Kria admiring the springs of river Herkyna, stone bridges, small waterfalls, canals, gates. An ideal place for having a refreshment or coffee.After Levadeia our next stop is Hosios Loukas Monastery located on a picturesque slope on the western foothills of mount Helikon. It’s one of the most important monuments of Middle Byzantine architecture and art which has been listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites along with the monasteries of Nea Moni at Chios island and Daphni monastery in Attica .We continue our private adventure with a stop in the traditional village of Arachova (famous ski center also very famous for its carpets) which is located at the foot of mount Parnassos and we ‘ll end the first day of our tour with our arrival at the modern little town of Delphi .After checking in at the hotel it’s time to walk around this beautiful little town . The view from high to the valley is amazing. At night you will enjoy a tasty dinner in one of the traditional Greek tavernas and after you will spend your night in a local hotel .

Second Day Itinerary:


After having your breakfast we’ll go to visit the archological site of Delphi. The navel of the earth or “the center of the world” – as it was regarded by the ancients – the famous Sanctuary of Delphi with the worldwide famous Oracle. You will visit The temple of Athena Pronaia (the Tholos ), the Gymnasium, the Castalian Spring, the Temple of Apollo, the Polygonal wall, the sacred way, the treasury house of Athenians, the Treasury of the Siphnians the ancient Stadium and the old theater. In the Museum of Delphi you will admire unique treasures such as the world famous bronze Charioteer a masterpiece of classical Greek art, statues and minor objects donated to the sanctuary. After the visit to Delphi we”ll go to the modern village of Delphi where you will enjoy your lunch at a traditional Greek tavern.Then our private tour continues with driving through the Mount Parnassos. We shall pass via traditional villages such as Gravia, Bralo and we reach at famous Thermopylae where the battle between the Greeks and the Persians took place in 480 B.C. You will admire the marvelous statue of King of Sparta, Leonidas who with 300 Spartans and 700 Thespians faced numerous Persian forces under the command of King Xerxes A’. It was there that Leonidas told to Xerxes the world famous phrase “Μολών Λαβέ (Molon Lave) ” which means “Come and Get It”.
After Thermopylae we’ll continue driving out of the city of Lamia and via the new modern high way in the evening we arrive in Kalampaka a town located near to Meteora Rocks (also known as “The Rocks of the God”). Free time for walk and dinner in Kalampaka and then you will spend your night at a hotel.

Third Day Itinerary:

After having your breakfast we will “climb” to the impressive rocks of Meteora in Greek means “middle of the sky” . Meteora one of the largest and most important complexes of Greek Orthodox monasteries in Greece, second only to Mount Athos. In the 9th century AD, an ascetic group of hermit monks moved up to the ancient pinnacles. They were the first people to inhabit Meteora. They lived in hollows and fissures in the rock towers, some of which reach 1800 ft (550m) above the plain. Average elevation is 313 meters (1,027 ft ). The exact date of the establishment of the monasteries is unknown. With the unique phenomenon to have on their top Orthodox monasteries the whole complex of the rocks with the monasteries has been listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.You’ll have the opportunity to visit and admire the most important monasteries (at least five) such as the Monastery of Great Meteoron, the Monastery of Rousanou, the Monastery of Agia Triada (Holy Triniti) , the Varlaam Monastery, the Monastery of Saint Nikolaos Anapafsa and the Monastery of Saint Stephanos. During our way back to Athens we shall have our last stop at Kammena Vourla a beautiful resort town near to the sea.You’ll enjoy your lunch there in one of the bautifull tavernas.After your lunch we’ll take the highway driving back to Athens.

Details

  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Vehicle: Mercedes sedan – Capacity: 4 people + the driver
  • Price:€855
  • Vehicle: Mercedes minivan – Capacity: 5-7 people + the driver
  • Price: €1020
  • Not included tickets,food,drinks,Customer’s accommodation

Pick up/Drop off Points: Hotel in Athens center/Athens airport/Piraeus port.

Opening Hours:

  • Delphi: 08:00 a.m. – 15:00 p.m.
  • Meteora Monasteries: 09:00 a.m. – 17:00 p.m. (approx)

Entrance Fees:

  • Delphi: 12 € per adult, 6 € for EU citizens over 65 years old, free under 18 years old.
  • Meteora Monasteries: 2 € per adult, free under 18 years old.

Argolida, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Ancient Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae tour

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  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
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  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
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  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
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  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
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  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora and Thermopylae

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First Day Itinerary

We shall start our private tour taking the westward route via coastal line towards Peloponnesus. You will see the Saronic Gulf where the famous Naval Battle of Salamis took place in 480 B.C. between the Greeks and the Persians . Persians defeated under the inspiration of Themistocles General . Our first stop will be the famous Canal of Corinthos  which, through Isthmus a narrow neck of land connects the Corinthian Gulf (Ionian Sea) with Saronic Gulf (Aegean Sea) and cuts Peloponnesus peninsula from the rest Greek mainland.

We continue our private tour with the visit to Ancient Corinth . Exploring the archaeological area you will meet the Roman Odeon the theater then the Temple of Apollo from 6th century BC the archaeological Museum,the Glauke fountain also the famous “Vema” (tribunal) from which St. Paul sermonized the Corinthians.
Our next visit is the famous Mycenae (the Kingdom of  King Agamemnon). You will admire there the Lions’ Gate, the Cyclopean Walls, the Treasure of Atreus , the Subterranean Cistern and the Archaeological Museum.
After having your lunch in the city of Mycenae, our private touring goes on with our visit in Ancient Epidaurus. You will explore The Ancient Theatre who is famous for its acoustics. the archaeological area of the Sanctuary of Asklepios, and the archaeological museum.Our private tour continues on with our visit to Nafplio, a seaside town which is for many the most beautiful town in Greece. Nafplio was the first capital of Greece after the Greek Revolution in 1821 until 1834. You will enjoy the walk in the picturesques backstreets of the old town admiring old classical buildings, especially in the Constitution Square. You will enjoy also a traditional Greek dinner, while attending the famous Bourtzi castle located in the middle of the harbor of Nafplio. Then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Second Day Itinerary

Next morning after having your launch we take the way through the beautiful countryside of Peloponnese peninsula we shall pass traditional villages of Mount Mainalon and finally we arrive at Sparta the capital of Laconia and birthplace of the King of Spartans Leonidas . You shall have the opportunity to visit the Statue of  King Leonidas, the Archaeological museum and the Olive museum. Out next visit will be the famous Byzantine old town of Mystras (UNESCO protected site) which is located in a physical fortified hill. You will visit the medieval castle, the fortified settlement with palaces, many churches and monasteries and the Archaeological museum. After Mystras we are going to Monemvasia and you explore there the unique Castle also .Then you will enjoy your dinner and you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Third Day Itinerary

After having your breakfast we travel to visit the ancient site of Messene which is a spectacular site.We need about two hours and 40 minutes to get there. The ancient city of Messene was founded in 370 BC by the Theban general Epaminondas, after his victory over the Spartans. Here, you can admire the imposing city wall and walk through the Arcadian Gate.
In this incredibly beautiful ancient site, you can admire the ancient theater, the Ekklesiasterion (or Odeon), the Arsinoe fountain, the Asklepieion, the ancient stadium and many others. Leaving back south Peloponnesus and driving towards northwest we arrive in the world–famous city of Ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games.Time for your dinner and free time to explore the town of Ancient Olympia. Then you will spend your night at a hotel.

Fourth Day Itinerary

In the morning, and after having your breakfast, you will visit the archaeological area of Ancient Olympia where the first Olympic Games took place on 776 B.C. You will visit the Gymnasium the Ancient Stadium the Temple of Zeus, the Temple of Hera, the Palestra, the Philipeion, the Prytaneion, the Bouleuterion and the Leonidaion. You’ll complete your exploration with the visit of the archaeological Museum, one of the most important museums in Greece.Time for your lunch and our private tour continues with driving through north west Peloponnesus with the crossing of Rio – Antirio bridge, passing via Galaxidi and Itea (a seaport in ancient times was named Kirha) and finally we’ll arrive in the modern city of Delphi. Time for dinner and then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Fifth Day Itinerary

 Next morning, and after taking your breakfast you will visit the ancient Delphi or the”omphalos” (means the center of the world) as it was regarded by the ancients . You will wander through the archaeological area admiring the sacred way, the Treasury of the Athenians, the Temple of Apollo, the Polygonal wall, the Treasury of the Siphnians, the Stoa of the Athenians, the ancient theater, the stadium ,the ancient Gymnasium, the Castalian Spring, and the Tholos of Athena Pronaia. Your will complete your exploration with the visit of the archaeological museum .Time for launch and then our private tour continues with driving through the Mount Parnassos. We shall pass via traditional villages and cities such as Gravia, Bralo,Lamia and then we’ll take the new highway and about in the evening we arrive in Kalampaka (a town located near to Meteora Rocks) also known as “The Rocks of the God”. Free time for walk and dinner in Kalampaka and then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Sixth Day Itinerary

Next Morning after having your breakfast we will “climb” to the impressive rocks of Meteora in Greek means “middle of the sky” or suspended rocks. Meteora one of the largest and most important complexes of Greek Orthodox monasteries in Greece. In the 9th century AD, an ascetic group of hermit monks moved up to the ancient pinnacles. They were the first people to inhabit Meteora. They lived in hollows and fissures in the rock towers, some of which reach 1800 ft (550m) above the plain. Average elevation is 313 meters (1,027 ft ). The exact date of the establishment of the monasteries is unknown. With the unique phenomenon to have on their top Orthodox monasteries the whole complex of the rocks with the monasteries has been listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. You’ll have the opportunity to visit and admire the most important monasteries (at least four) such as the Monastery of Great Meteoron, the Monastery of Rousanou, the Monastery of Agia Triada (Holy Triniti), the Varlaam Monastery, the Monastery of Saint Nikolaos Anapafsa and the Monastery of Saint Stephanos. In the afternoon after having your launch in the very beautiful town of kalambaka we shall take the road back to Athens our last stop is Thermopylae ( It derives its name from its hot sulphur springs) where the famous battle between the Greeks and the Persians took place in 480 B.C. There is a modern memorial to King Leonidas on one side of the highway .The memorial shows the Spartan King on the top of a wall with the words “Molon Lavei” written under the statue. The phrase means, “Come and get it”. This is the phrase that Leonidas said to the Persian king when he told Leonidas to hand over his weapons. The phrase has become a slogan of defiance all over the world. Across the highway from the modern memorial is the ancient hill of “Kolonos” The following epitaph by Simonedes  was written on the monument that there is there: “Go tell the Spartans, stranger passing by, that here obedient to their laws we lie.Memorial that was placed there shortly after the battle.There is continuous deposition of sediment from the river and deposits from the hot springs which has substantially altered the landscape during the past few thousand years. The land surface on which the famous Battle of Thermopylae was fought in 480 BC is now buried under 20 metres (66 ft) of soil.Thermopylae is the last spot of our six days tour.

DETAILS

  • Duration: 6 Days
  • Vehicle: Mercedes sedan – Capacity: 4 people + the driver
  • Price:1710€
  • Vehicle: Mercedes minivan – Capacity: 5-7 people + the driver
  • Price:2100€
  • Not included tickets,food,drinks,Customers accommodation.

TICKETS

ANCIENT CORINTH:

Full:€8, Reduced: €4

Tickets for both the Museum and the Archaeological Site

ACROCORINTH:

Full:€8, Reduced: €4

MYCENAE :

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

EPIDAURUS:

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

MESEUM OF SPARTA:

Full: €2, Reduced: €1

MESEUM OF OLIVE:

Full: €3, Reduced: €1,5

Mystras: Full: €12, Reduced: €6

ANCIENT MESSENE:

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

OLYMPIA:

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

DELPHI:

Museum & Archaeological Site Full:€12, Reduced: €6

Reduced ticket: European citizens over 65 years old, University students

Free entrance: people under 18 years old, students from European Union

METEORA:

2 € per adult, free under 18 years old.

Argolida, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Ancient Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas tour

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  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
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  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
  • Argolis, Sparti, Mystras, Monevasia, Messene, Olympia, Delphi,Arachova and Osios Loukas
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First Day Itinerary

We shall start our private tour taking the westward route via coastal line towards Peloponnesus . You will see the Saronic Gulf where the famous Naval Battle of Salamis took place in 480 B.C. between the Greeks and the Persians . Persians defeated under the inspiration of Themistocles General . Our first stop will be the famous Canal of Corinthos which, through Isthmus a narrow neck of land connects the Corinthian Gulf (Ionian Sea) with Saronic Gulf (Aegean Sea) and cuts Peloponnesus peninsula from the rest Greek mainland.

We continue our private tour with the visit to Ancient Corinth . Exploring the archaeological area you will meet the Roman Odeon the theater then the Temple of Apollo from 6th century BC the archaeological Museum,the Glauke fountain also the famous “Vema” (tribunal) from which St. Paul sermonized the Corinthians.
Our next visit is the famous Mycenae (the Kingdom of King Agamemnon). You will admire there the Lions’ Gate, the Cyclopean Walls, the Treasure of Atreus , the Subterranean Cistern and the Archaeological Museum.
After Mycenae, our private touring goes on with our visit in Ancient Epidaurus. You will explore The Ancient Theatre who is famous for its acoustics. the archaeological area of the Sanctuary of Asklepios, and the archaeological museum.Our private tour continues on with our visit to Nafplio, a seaside town which is for many the most beautiful town in Greece . Nafplio was the first capital of Greece after the Greek Revolution in 1821 until 1834. You will enjoy the walk in the picturesques backstreets of the old town admiring old classical buildings, especially in the Constitution Square. You will enjoy also a traditional Greek dinner , while attending the famous Bourtzi castle located in the middle of the harbor of Nafplio. Then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Second Day Itinerary

Next morning after having your launch we take the way through the beautiful countryside of Peloponnese peninsula we shall pass traditional villages of Mount Mainalon and finally we arrive at Sparta the capital of Laconia and birthplace of the King of Spartans Leonidas . You shall have the opportunity to visit the Statue of King Leonidas, the Archaeological museum and the Olive museum. Out next visit will be the famous Byzantine old town of Mystras (UNESCO protected site) which is located in a physical fortified hill. You will visit the medieval castle, the fortified settlement with palaces, many churches and monasteries and the Archaeological museum. After Mystras we are going to Monemvasia and you explore there the unique Castle also .Then you will enjoy your dinner and you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Third Day Itinerary

After having your breakfast we travel to visit the ancient site of Messene which is a spectacular site.We need about two hours and 40 minutes to get there.The ancient city of Messene was founded in 370 BC by the Theban general Epaminondas, after his victory over the Spartans. Here, you can admire the imposing city wall and walk through the Arcadian Gate.
In this incredibly beautiful ancient site, you can admire the ancient theater, the Ekklesiasterion (or Odeon), the Arsinoe fountain, the Asklepieion, the ancient stadium and many others. Leaving back south Peloponnesus and driving towards northwest we arrive in the world–famous city of Ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games 776 BC.Time for your dinner and free time to explore the town of Ancient Olympia. Then you will spend your night at a hotel.

Fourth Day Itinerary

In the morning, and after having your breakfast, you will visit the archaeological area of Ancient Olympia where the first Olympic Games took place on 776 B.C. You will visit the Gymnasium the Ancient Stadium the Temple of Zeus, the Temple of Hera, the Palestra, the Philipeion, the Prytaneion, the Bouleuterion and the Leonidaion. You’ll complete your exploration with the visit of the archaeological Museum, one of the most important museums in Greece.Time for your lunch and our private tour continues with driving through north west Peloponnesus with the crossing of Rio – Antirio bridge, passing via Galaxidi and Itea (a seaport in ancient times was named Kirha) and finally we’ll arrive in the modern city of Delphi. Time for dinner and then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Fifth Day Itinerary

Next morning, and after taking your breakfast you will visit the ancient Delphi or the”omphalos” (means the center of the world) as it was regarded by the ancients . You will wander through the archaeological area admiring the sacred way, the Treasury of the Athenians, the Temple of Apollo, the Polygonal wall, the Treasury of the Siphnians, the Stoa of the Athenians, the ancient theater, the stadium ,the ancient Gymnasium, the Castalian Spring, and the Tholos of Athena Pronaia. Your will complete your exploration with the visit of the archaeological museum .Time for launch and then our private tour continues with driving through Arachova(a traditional ski resort village) to Osios Loukas Monastery, set in the folds of Mt. Helikon .Founded in about 1011 AD.According to his biographer an(Anonymous monk) Osios Loukas was born at Kastri of Fokidas prefecture(Old town of Delphi).His Progenitors were from the island of Aegina.He was born at 896 AD. At the age of fourteen he abandoned his family and he started to wandering from one monastery to the other. At 945 AD eventually he moved here at this place until he died on 953 AD 7th of february .Two years after of his death few of his students completed the temple of St. Barbara. They converted his cell and his grave in it to a holy place. Hosios Loukas it’s one of the most important monuments of Middle Byzantine architecture and art, and has been listed on UNESCO’S World Heritage sites, along with the monasteries of Nea Moni at Chios Island and Daphni in Attica.This octagonal Byzantine structure is in excellent condition containing many well preserved mosaics and paintings.After our visit to the monastery we take the same way back to Athens.

  • Duration: 5 Days
  • Vehicle: Mercedes sedan – Capacity: 4 people + the driver
  • Price:1400€
  • Vehicle: Mercedes minivan – Capacity: 5-7 people + the driver
  • Price:1650€
  • Not included tickets,food,drinks,Customers accommodation.
  • Tickets:

    Ancient Corinth:

    Full: €8, Reduced: €4

    Tickets for both the Museum and the Archaeological Site.

    Mycenae :

    Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

    Full: €6, Reduced: 3€ (November-March)

    Epidaurus:

    Full: €12, Reduced: €6Full: €12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

    Full: €6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

    Archeological Museum of Sparta:

    Full: €2, Reduced: €1

    Museum of Olive and Greek Olive Oil:

    Full: €3, Reduced: €1,5

    Mystras: Full: €12, Reduced: €6

  • Ancient Messene

  • Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)
  • Olympia:

  • Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)
  • Delphi:

    Museum & Archaeological Site Full:€12, Reduced: €6

  • Osios Loukas Full:€4, Redused:€2
  • Reduced ticket: European citizens over 65 years old, University students
  • Free entrance: people under 18 years old, students from European Union

Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora tour

  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia, Delphi and Meteora

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First Day Itinerary

We shall start our private tour taking the westward route via coastal line towards Peloponnesus. You will see the Saronic Gulf where the famous Naval Battle of Salamis took place in 480 B.C. between the Greeks and the Persians. Persians defeated under the inspiration of Themistocles General. Our first stop will be the famous Canal of Corinthos  which, through Isthmus a narrow neck of land connects the Corinthian Gulf (Ionian Sea) with Saronic Gulf (Aegean Sea) and cuts Peloponnesus peninsula from the rest Greek mainland.

We continue our private tour with the visit to Ancient Corinth. Exploring the archaeological area you will meet the Roman Odeon the theater then the Temple of Apollo from 6th century BC the archaeological Museum, the Glauke fountain also the famous “Vema” (tribunal) from which St. Paul sermonized the Corinthians.
Our next visit is the famous Mycenae (the Kingdom of  King Agamemnon). You will admire there the Lions’ Gate, the Cyclopean Walls, the Treasure of Atreus, the Subterranean Cistern and the Archaeological Museum.
Our private tour continues on with our visit to Nafplio, a seaside town which is for many the most beautiful town in Greece. Nafplio was the first capital of Greece after the Greek Revolution in 1821 until 1834. You will enjoy the walk in the picturesques backstreets of the old town admiring old classical buildings, especially in the Constitution Square. You will enjoy also a traditional Greek lunch, while attending the famous Bourtzi castle located in the middle of the harbor of Nafplio.
After Nafplio we continue our driving through the beautiful countryside of Peloponnese peninsula we shall pass traditional villages of Mount Mainalon and finally we arrive in the world–famous city of Ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games. Time for dinner and then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Second Day Itinerary

In the morning, and after having your breakfast, you will visit the archaeological area of Ancient Olympia where the first Olympic Games took place on 776 B.C. You will visit the Gymnasium the Ancient Stadium the Temple of Zeus, the Temple of Hera, the Palestra, the Philipeion, the Prytaneion, the Bouleuterion and the Leonidaion. You’ll complete your exploration with the visit of the archaeological Museum, one of the most important museums in Greece .Time for your lunch and our private tour continues with driving through north west Peloponnesus with the crossing of Rio – Antirio bridge, passing via Galaxidi and Itea (a seaport in ancient times was named Kirha) and finally we’ll arrive in the modern city of Delphi. Time for dinner and then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Third Day Itinerary

Next morning, and after taking your breakfast you will visit the ancient Delphi or the”omphalos” (means the center of the world) as it was regarded by the ancients . You will wander through the archaeological area admiring the sacred way, the Treasury of the Athenians, the Temple of Apollo, the Polygonal wall, the Treasury of the Siphnians, the Stoa of the Athenians, the ancient theater, the stadium ,the ancient Gymnasium, the Castalian Spring, and the Tholos of Athena Pronaia. Your will complete your exploration with the visit of the archaeological museum .Time for launch and then our private tour continues with driving through the Mount Parnassos. We shall pass via traditional villages such as Gravia, Bralo, Lamia Domokos where you will enjoy your lunch. We continue our driving and in the evening we arrive in Kalampaka town located near to Meteora Rocks (also known as “The Rocks of the God”). Free time for walk and dinner in Kalampaka and then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Fourth Day Itinerary

After having your breakfast we will “climb” to the impressive rocks of Meteora in Greek means “middle of the sky” or suspended rocks. Meteora one of the largest and most important complexes of Greek Orthodox monasteries in Greece . In the 9th century AD, an ascetic group of hermit monks moved up to the ancient pinnacles. They were the first people to inhabit Meteora. They lived in hollows and fissures in the rock towers, some of which reach 1800 ft (550m) above the plain. Average elevation is 313 meters (1,027 ft ). The exact date of the establishment of the monasteries is unknown. With the unique phenomenon to have on their top Orthodox monasteries the whole complex of the rocks with the monasteries has been listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. You’ll have the opportunity to visit and admire the most important monasteries such as the Monastery of Great Meteoron, the Monastery of Rousanou, the Monastery of Agia Triada (Holy Trinity) , the Varlaam Monastery, the Monastery of Saint Nikolaos Anapafsa and the Monastery of Saint Stephanos.
After having lunch and during our way back to Athens we shall have our last stop in Thermopylae where the famous battle between the Greeks and the Persians took place in 480 B.C. There is a modern memorial to King Leonidas on one side of the highway .The memorial shows the Spartan King on the top of a wall with the words “Molon Lavei” written under the statue. The phrase means, “Come and get it”. This is the phrase that Leonidas said to the Persian king Xerxes when he told Leonidas to hand over his weapons. The phrase has become a slogan of defiance all over the world. Across the highway from the modern memorial is the ancient memorial that was placed there shortly after the battle. It is a small carved stone plaque that says, “stranger, tell the Spartans that we lay here obedient to their laws”. This ancient memorial is on the small hill of Colonos across the national road from the modern memorial. Thermopylae is the last spot of our four days tour.

DETAILS

  • Duration: 4 Days
  • Vehicle: Mercedes sedan – Capacity: 4 people + the driver
  • Price:1140€
  • Vehicle: Mercedes minivan – Capacity: 5-7 people + the driver
  • Price:1400€
  • Not included tickets,food,drinks,Customers accommodation.

Tickets

Ancient Corinth:

Full:€8, Reduced: €4

Tickets for both the Museum and the Archaeological Site

Acrocorinth:

Full:€8, Reduced: €4

Mycenae :

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

Epidaurus:

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

Olympia:

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

Delphi:

Museum & Archaeological Site Full:€12, Reduced: €6

Reduced ticket: European citizens over 65 years old, University students

Free entrance: people under 18 years old, students from European Union

Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi tour

  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi
  • Argolis, Ancient Olympia and Delphi

Athens Tours 365 recommend on TripAdvisor!

Trip15
Trip16
Trip17
Athens Tours

First Day Itinerary

We shall start our private tour taking the westward route via coastal line towards Peloponnesus. You will see the Saronic Gulf where the famous Naval Battle of Salamis took place in 480 B.C. between the Greeks and the Persians. Persians defeated under the inspiration of Themistocles General . Our first stop will be the famous Canal of Corinthos  which, through Isthmus a narrow neck of land connects the Corinthian Gulf (Ionian Sea) with Saronic Gulf (Aegean Sea) and cuts Peloponnesus peninsula from the rest Greek mainland.

We continue our private tour with the visit to Ancient Corinth. Exploring the archaeological area you will meet the Roman Odeon the theater then the Temple of Apollo from 6th century BC the archaeological Museum,the Glauke fountain also the famous “Vema” (tribunal) from which St. Paul sermonized the Corinthians.
Our next visit is the famous Mycenae (the Kingdom of  King Agamemnon). You will admire there the Lions’ Gate, the Cyclopean Walls, the Treasure of Atreus , the Subterranean Cistern and the Archaeological Museum.
Our private tour continues on with our visit to Nafplio, a seaside town which is for many the most beautiful town in Greece. Nafplio was the first capital of Greece after the Greek Revolution in 1821 until 1834. You will enjoy the walk in the picturesques backstreets of the old town admiring old classical buildings, especially in the Constitution Square. You will enjoy also a traditional Greek lunch, while attending the famous Bourtzi castle located in the middle of the harbor of Nafplio.
After Nafplio  we continue our driving through the beautiful countryside of Peloponnese peninsula we shall pass traditional villages of Mount Mainalon and finally we arrive in the world–famous city of Ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games. Time for dinner and then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Second Day Itinerary

In the morning, and after having your breakfast, you will visit the archaeological area of Ancient Olympia where the first Olympic Games took place on 776 B.C. You will visit the Gymnasium the Ancient Stadium the Temple of Zeus, the Temple of Hera, the Palestra, the Philipeion, the Prytaneion, the Bouleuterion and the Leonidaion. You’ll complete your exploration with the visit of the archaeological Museum, one of the most important museums in Greece .Time for your lunch and our private tour continues with driving through north west Peloponnesus with the crossing of Rio – Antirio bridge, passing via Galaxidi and Itea (a seaport in ancient times was named Kirha) and finally we’ll arrive in the city of Delphi. Time for dinner and then you will spend your night in a friendly family run hotel.

Third Day Itinerary

Next morning, and after taking your breakfast you will visit the”omphalos” means the center of the world as it was regarded by the ancients – the famous Sanctuary of Delphi with the worldwide known Oracle. You will wander through the archaeological area admiring the sacred way, the Treasury of the Athenians, the Temple of Apollo, the Polygonal wall, the Treasury of the Siphnians, the Stoa of the Athenians, the ancient theater, the stadium ,the ancient Gymnasium, the Castalian Spring, and the Tholos of Athena Pronaia. Your will complete your exploration with the visit of the archaeological museum. Time for launch and then we are going to visit Arachova a traditional ski resort village with beautiful stone houses and narrow streets around water sources. Arachova, despite the high level of tourism development has retained its traditional character. After Arachova we are going to visit the byzantine monastery of Osios Loukas . Hosios Loukas it’s one of the most important monuments of Middle Byzantine architecture and art, and has been listed on UNESCO’S World Heritage sites, along with the monasteries of Nea Moni at Chios Island and Daphni in Attica.This octagonal Byzantine structure is in excellent condition containing many well preserved mosaics and paintings. Osios loukas is the last spot of our three days tour then we take the way back to Athens.

  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Vehicle: Mercedes sedan – Capacity: 4 people + the driver
  • Price:855€
  • Vehicle: Mercedes minivan – Capacity: 5-7 people + the driver
  • Price:1050€
  • Not included tickets,food,drinks,Customers accommodation.

Tickets

Ancient Corinth:

Full:€8, Reduced: €4

Tickets for both the Museum and the Archaeological Site

Acrocorinth:

Full:€8, Reduced: €4

Mycenae :

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

Epidaurus:

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

Olympia:

Full:€12, Reduced: €6 (April-October)

Full:€6, Reduced: €3 (November-March)

Delphi:

Museum & Archaeological Site Full:€12, Reduced: €6

Reduced ticket: European citizens over 65 years old, University students

Free entrance: people under 18 years old, students from European Union

Monastery of Osios Loukas Full:€4 /Reduced: €2

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