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Eparchiki Odos Livadiom - Agiou Panteleimona Greece
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1 Day Delphi
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1 Day Delphi

In the morning depart from Athens for a One Day trip to the UNESCO – listed Archeological Site of Delphi. On the way, drive through the plain of Beotia and also pass through the city Theva (where King Oedipus was born), Levadia and Arachova where there will be a short stop on the way back.<br>Arrive at Delphi, one of the most important digs in Europe. Visit the Temple of Apollo, the Museum which contains such spectacular exhibits like the Naxian Sphinx, the famous bronze Charioteer, the Treasury of the Sifnians and so many more. Return back to Athens in the afternoon in the same route.
US$107.52 per adult
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David D wrote a review Jun 2019
Devon, United Kingdom8,730 contributions1,455 helpful votes
Tuesday 11th June and we visited Plaka Beach where this small Church is located. In fact we parked our car by the Church and walked the short distance down the road to the beach. On our return from the beach we went to see the Church in this remote picturesque setting. The gate into the Church grounds was closed but not locked so we went in and surprisingly the door to the Church was open so we entered the Church. The Church is a small building which is painted white with a small blue domed at the rear. The interior of the Chuch is rather simple with wooden panels adorned with religious images and icons around the panels and walls. The Church bell was suspended from a pole outside the entrance. The Church and Beach are only accessible by car or motor cycle, got the feeling not many people came here which made it more special, there was a real sense of peace and tranquillity here.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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