Delphi & Meteora 3 Days Tour

Location: Athens
Duration: 3 days

Two of the most popular attractions in Greece can be visited with this 3 Days Tour. The archeological site of Delphi including the Temple of Apollo and the famous rock-tower monasteries of Meteora while driving through the wild beautiful scenery of the Central Greece.

Highlights

  • Three Days Tour from Athens to Delphi & Meteora Monasteries
  • Scenic drive across the Plain of Thessaly past the towns of central Greece
  • Unesco World Heritage-listed rock-tower monasteries at Meteora
  • Overnights in Delphi & Kalambaka / Meteora
  • Entrance fees to the Archaeological site of Delphi and Meteora Monasteries included
  • Choice of tourist-class or first-class hotels
  • Dinner & Breakfast at the hotels (Vegetarian meals available)
  • Professional Guide / Tour Leader for the entire tour
  • Available lunguages: English & French
  • Modern First Class Fully Airconditioned coaches
  • Pick-up and drop-off from selected Athens hotels

 

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Description of this tour

About the tour

 

Itinerary

1st day: Leave Athens around 08:30 in the morning for Delphi via Thebes, Levadia (short stop) and the picturesque village of Arachova, on the slopes of Mount Parnassus.
Upon arrival at Delphi we will visit to the Museum of Delphi with its Spectacular finds including the World famous Charioteer, the Naxian Sphinx, the Statue of Antinoos, then to the Ancient Sanctuary of the Greek God Apollo.

Afternoon is free.
Dinner at the Hotel and overnight at Delphi

2nd day: Morning is free in Delphi. Departure for Kalambaka (Meteora), a small town built at the foot of majestic grey rocks, and crowned by the Meteora Monasteries. Passing through picturesque villages and towns of Central Greece. 
Evening is free.
Dinner at the Hotel and overnight at Kalambaka

3rd day: In the morning, after breakfast, we leave Kalambaka to visit Meteora and enjoy a unique and most impressive scenery with ageless Monasteries, containing priceless historical and religious treasures, standing between earth and sky atop huge rocks.
You will be visiting with the guide 2 of the Monasteries inside. After the visit at the Meteora Monasteries we leave for Athens via Trikala, Lamia, Thermopylae (short stop to see across the road the Leonida's Monument).
We arrive in Athens early in the evening (between 18:30 - 18:45).

 

Additional Information

 

Clarifications:

  • First (A) Class Hotel option is reffering to 4* Hotels
  • Tourist Class Hotel Option is reffering to 3* Hotels
  • All Hotels are with private facilities
  • Available rooms ar Singles, Doubles/Twins, Triples
  • Admission to Monasteries and Churches visited on our tours is not allowed to gentlemen wearing shorts and ladies wearing trousers, shorts, short skirts or blouses not covering the shoulders
  • Professional Guide / Tour Leader for the entire tour
  • Transport by First Class air-conditioned coach

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Schedule Details

Departure Point:
Selected Athens Hotels

Departure Time:
07:30 - 8:25

Duration:
3 days

Return Details:
Return Approx 18:30

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What is Included

  • Pick up / Drop Off - selected hotels & meeting points in Athens center.
  • Entrance fees at the Delphi Archaeological Site & Meteora Monasteries
  • Overnights in Delphi & Kalambaka / Meteora in Hotels category of your choice
  • Dinner & Breakfast at the Hotels daily
  • Professional Guide / Tour Leader
  • Local Taxes

 

Not Included

  • Drinks
  • Gratuities (Optional)

 

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  • Rates valid from 1st November 2012 until 31 October 2013 as indicated above
  • Rates are per person sharing a double/Twin or Triple Room unless indicated otherwise
  • Two (2) persons sharing a double or Twin Room. - Three (3) Persons sharing a Triple Room
  • For the Period 01 November - 31 March Only A Class Hotels are used for the Long Duration Tours
  • For the Period 01 November - 31 March Only English Speaking Guide for the Full Day & Long Duration Tours
  • Italian Speaking Guide only from 22 June 2012 to 12 September 2012