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Ancient Delos Tour
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Delos Day Trip from Mykonos
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These crumbling ruins of an ancient Greek dwelling still contain some fairly well-preserved mosaics.
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Reviewed 15 July 2017

We went on a guided tour of Delos.She was very informative and I reccomend doing just that.The House of Dionysus shows just how wealthy some of these people were.It was 2 storeyed with large columns.and amazing mosaic tiled floors.You can also see the water and...More

Thank bazzm109r
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

One of the top attractions at the archeological site of Delos, it displays copies of the lions that were found during archeological work. They are i. Position to protect the sacred well where Apolo was born, a cording to legend. What is most interesting is...More

Thank carlosmp
Reviewed 13 June 2017 via mobile

The house was two story with only the lower floor remaining. Tall columns are in the middle of the house , surrounding a great mosaic tiled floor. Outer walls have been reconstructed. Our guide helped explain all of the important features. It gets crowded when...More

Thank Gary C
Reviewed 23 May 2017

A unique opportunity to be able to visualise a house that for it's age, is incredibly well preserved. Places like this allow history to become more accessible, and it is a truly impressive place to visit.

Thank Hannah S
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

It is incredible to see this house so well-preserved despite the fact that it is so open to the elements! The grandeur of the place speaks volumes about the wealth that pervaded the island of Delos during ancient times. While touring Delos, this place is...More

Thank maskiano
Reviewed 18 November 2016

This is one of the stand-out buildings in the ruins of Delos. The columns still stand today and there is a beautifully preserved floor mosaic with Dionyosus on a tiger. Guides on the island will provide you with their interpretation of the history but it...More

Thank Belgo96
Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

It is interesting to learn that almost 3000 years ago houses had sweage had ways of cooling the food had water in had 1400 sqm and where so nice. It is amazing to find out how much we lost in the last 2000 years

Thank thor2705
Reviewed 11 June 2016

This mansion is incredibly well preserved for its ancient age. Excavators took pains to carefully uncover the soaring columns in the home's center atrium, and the mosaic floor is incredible. Our guide explained that the centerpiece picture suggests that the owner was a wealthy merchant,...More

1  Thank kwagmeister
Reviewed 6 April 2016

A lot of the house is still standing. A very beautiful mosaic floor. And the columns for the atrium. Interesting that under the floor is a cistern to store water.

Thank Pinecone-sw
Reviewed 6 November 2015

Picturing this mansion which once stood almost 50 feet tall (or taller), with the amazing floor mosaics and beautiful columns, I could almost see myself visiting the wealthy merchant, removing my shoes after the hot walk up from the shops, and enjoying the shade and...More

Thank kalamakid
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