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Delphi Ruins

Delphi, Delphi, Greece
+30 2265 082313
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Delphi, Delphi, Greece
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+30 2265 082313
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"day trip"
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"bottle of water"
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"athena pronaia"
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"pythian games"
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"well worth the trip"
in 18 reviews
"down the road"
in 38 reviews
"walking shoes"
in 23 reviews
"guide book"
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"early in the morning"
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"ancient world"
in 37 reviews
"bring water"
in 25 reviews
"worth the climb"
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"tour buses"
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"ancient times"
in 36 reviews
"wear comfortable shoes"
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"take your time"
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Reviewed yesterday

Nestled amidst the pine forested slopes and rocky crags of the sacred Mount Parnassos (2459m), are the beautiful and exceptionally well-preserved ruins of Delphi. Our local guide took quite some time informing us of the rituals prior to arriving in Delphi ‘proper’ and discussing the...More

Thank 1Yvonne1
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Reviewed yesterday

Definitely a must see. Not only the ruins but the small town itself. Stroll through the ruins and immerse yourself in the amazing view of the valley below and imagine the feeling of wonder of ancient pilgrims. The ruins are a unique cluster of different...More

Thank williamkyoung
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Delphi should be on everyone's bucket list. The ancient Greek civilization it represents is humbling! The amount that remains in these mountain ruins is unbelievable. Look for the writing on the ancient "banks" accounting for its assets. If you can, take the time to walk...More

Thank MarthaJ1953
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We have visited the Sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi many times, and it never fails to impress. The setting itself is awesome, and is striking in spite of the numbers of tours passing through. The view from the theater not only gives you a good...More

Thank phihellene
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is a world Heritage that each and every one must try to visit at least one. It’s a spectacular site with the ruins of the ancient oracle of Delphi, pinned on the side of Parnassus mountain, overlooking the Corinthian bay. It’s simply awesome. The...More

Thank gourmetathens
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Many people seem to rush through these ruins, which is sad to me. We took our time and spent the good part of the day. We came the night prior and stayed the night. All in all Delphi was the best part of our trip.

Thank pipingplover331
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I knew before going to Delphi, we would need a guide to help explain the ruins (otherwise what’s the point of the 3 hour ride out there? Everything I read about the day trips said they didn’t give you enough time in the ruins and...More

Thank Emarific8
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Set on the side of the hill these are wonderful ruins with stunning views down to Corinth. The walk up to the stadium is well worth it.

Thank 56stevem68
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Only a 10 minute walk from Delphi. We got there at 8am a and there was hardly anyone there. We spent about 90 minutes and walked all the way to the top.

Thank PipskiD
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Reviewed 1 week ago

So peaceful! So full of history!! An unforgettable experience!! Looking at photos on the internet or in books do not do justice to this place. Simply Breathtaking!!

Thank Steven L
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Ilaria T
23 May 2018|
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Response from Angie P | Reviewed this property |
Dogs are not allowed. There are strays around but no, they are not permitted.
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Nomad61Coventry
30 March 2018|
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Response from PMtraveller2 | Reviewed this property |
No. You can buy the ticket at the site. I have been there twice and would recommend that you reach teh site early to avoid crowds and the hot sun
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ChhaviSudip
17 March 2018|
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Response from IcaroLeonardoSilva | Reviewed this property |
The bus arrives around lunch time. On Sunday, when I came, ruins close at 15:00 and museum at 16:00. Hence, I would recommend to firs visi he ruins to then see the museum. There is also the temple of Athena, 1km away. That... More
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