Delphi and Meteora Trip in 2 days

Visit Delphi, the navel of the Ancient World and Meteora, in Kalambaka, declared a World Heritage Site by the hand of a local Spanish-speaking guide, by luxury bus and skip-the-line tickets.

Things to do Delphi and Meteora Trip in 2 days

Leaving Athens, the landscape begins to transform from arid to majestic and imposing, passing through the tragic area of ​​Thebes, the city of Arachova, to the slopes of Mount Parnassus. Under two gigantic rocks, the Fedriades, and on an impressive cliff, this famous oracle was founded in ancient times in honor of Apollo, God of harmony, of music and guardian of the sacred laws of Zeus.

For the ancients, Delphi was the center of the world, the so-called "navel" of the Earth. From its beginnings, the Oracle acquired great influence throughout the world. The predictions of Pythius and the priestess of Apollo greatly influenced individual decision-making and, at times, had a great impact on the history of ancient cities and states. The God spoke through her in an incomprehensible language that the priestesses heard and interpreted.

We will walk the Via Sacra that went up to the Temple of Apollo and was decorated with innumerable offerings made by Greek and foreign cities. You will also visit the Treasury of the Athenians, one of the most important buildings found on the Via Sacra, as well as the sanctuary dedicated to Athena Pronaia.

We will also visit the museum, one of the most important in Greece, which houses finds found in the region such as the "Omphalum" or navel of the world belonging to the Roman period, parts of a frieze with scenes that highlight the deeds of Hercules and the impressive "bronze charioteer", a masterpiece of Greek sculpture which even today does not fail to impress the visitor.

After the visits, we will leave the slopes of Mount Parnassus, where Delphi is located, to head towards the plains of Thessaly where the city of Kalambaka is located. Arrival in Kalambaka, dinner and accommodation.

Highlights to see in Delphi and Meteora Trip in 2 days

  • Parnaso Montain


2 days
Guide in Spanish and English

Single (dates 22/9-29/10): 232.86 €

Double Room (Dates 22/9-29/10): 368.58 €

Triple (fechas 22/9-29/10): 552.87 €

Single (Dates 01/11/21-18/3/22): 217.14 €

Double (dates 01/11/21-18/3/22): 337.14 €

Triple (Dates 01/11/21-18/3/22): 505.71 €

Individual (dates 01/4-23/10/22): 236.86 €

Double (Fechas 01/4-23/10/22): 368.58 €

Triple (Dates 01/4-23/10/22): 552.87 €

Children 04-11 years old: 131.43 €

Availability and starting time

08:00 - Friday

When to book?
You can reserve up to 48 hours before the activity
Free cancellation
Cancel free up to 3 days before the activity and receive a full refund.


Pick up and drop off.
1-night accommodation in Kalambaka in 3*
Official English-speaking tour guide.
Entrance fees to all the archaeological sites and museums.
Entrance to two Monasteries at the Meteoras.
Transport by luxury A/C minivan.
24/7 Emergency phone line.
Half board


Gratuities and personal expenses.
Entrance fee for children aged 4 to 12 years from non-EU countries.

Meeting point

From your Hotel o nearby point


Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Exterior and interior of most named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?
Fully adapted
Guaranteed departures without min of travelers
Are animals allowed?
Activity recommended for children?
Yes, families are welcome

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