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Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile

We took the day trip to Delphi with Chat Tours, start to finish 10.5 hours. Of that time, we spent 1.5 hrs at the The Temple of Apollo and 45 minutes at the museum, which amounted to a rushed speech in each room, with no...More

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Reviewed 5 June 2018

Booked this day tour through Viator; the local company was Chat Tours. While I was supposed to be going to Mycenae, followed by Delphi the next day, apparently they needed to reverse the order - no problem. We left right on time; bus was clean...More

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Reviewed 24 January 2018

I did 3 tours over 2 days with this company and everything was really well organised. Day 1 I took the Delphi day tour, we had a very knowledgeable & friendly guide, the ancient site at Delphi was amazing and we had some free time...More

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Reviewed 2 January 2018

We took this tour with our sons (8 and 12). It was too long a day for them, and borderline too long for me as an adult. It was about 3 hours out to Delphi. There was 1 stop on the way at a gas...More

1  Thank Karrah B
Reviewed 18 September 2017

had a very interesting 3 day tour from Athens. Visited rural Greece - the scenery and sites was stunning. Effie the tour director was very knowledgeable and she made the tour worthwhile. Antonio did a great job driving the bus. The other people on teh...More

1  Thank Noel B
Reviewed 19 June 2017

I booked this tour through Viator while in Athens. I did enjoy Delphi and the ruins. But... 1) We were told we would be picked up at 7:45. We were picked up at 8:10. 2) We then had to change buses, as we were picked...More

1  Thank teolson88
Reviewed 12 June 2017

If you are reading this It'slikely that you are sitting at home in winter, by the fire, planning your summer trip to the glories of Greece. So lets list the things that you need to consider while everything looks rosey sat at home, then we...More

4  Thank Martin F
Reviewed 28 May 2017

We literally booked at the last minute (the night before) and the tour company made sure to call us through the hotel to be able to set up pick-up locations etc. Everything about the tour was spot on. The pick-up/drop-off was seamless. The bus was...More

Thank Monika S
Reviewed 26 May 2017

Our guide Yiouli Chryssou made this tour so interesting and informative from the start in the morning until we returned in the evening, telling in detail all the sights of Athens, the countryside and Delphi. This is definitely quite a walk, but we were told...More

1  Thank Ron G
Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

It was very interesting seeing Delphi, and especially the monasteries. St. Stephens monastery is amazing. Our tour guide was funny and informative. Also, the drive had beautiful scenery.

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Gayl P
4 January 2017|
Response from MNS91 | Reviewed this property |
Hello Gay, There was no time for "my cousins workshop", as the distance between each venue was substantial and I'm extremely grateful to George (our driver) for driving and taking care of us. Which 2 towns are wondering... More