Nestled at the base of majestic Mount Parnassus, one finds the revered sanctuary of Delphi, a place of unparalleled importance in the eyes of the ancient Greeks. Human habitation in this region is believed to trace its roots back to the Neolithic era. However, the Delphi we encounter today took on its distinctive role as a religious and propitiatory center from the mid-8th century BCE.
On this captivating journey, we embark on an exploration of the invaluable remnants of Delphi, unraveling the tapestry of events and the rich history that enshrouds this unique location, enveloped by awe-inspiring natural beauty. With our expert guidance, you will be empowered to venture into the archaeological site independently, immersing yourself in the wealth of this extraordinary place, one enchanting step at a time.
We suggest visitors to park their vehicles at the marked Parking spot next to the Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia: Parking for Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia, EO Livadias Amfissas, Delfi 330 54, Greece
You will begin your journey by exploring the Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia, and from there, it’s just a 5-7 minute walk uphill to reach the renowned Sanctuary of Apollo. Please note that you have the option to purchase the ticket in the former location and use the same ticket to enter the Sanctuary of Apollo.
If you’re in Athens, accessing the archaeological site is conveniently simple with a daily ticket: check it out at this link