The archaeological site of Delphi is located in Phocis province on a plateau on the slope of Mount Parnassus. The ancient Greeks called Delphi «the omphalos (i.e. navel) of the Earth», and this was designated by a large, round, conical stone. Delphi is best-known for the oracle at the sanctuary of Apollo, a major temple of the god of prophecy and patron of philosophy and the arts. Today Delphi is a charming village with spectacular scenery and the ancient remains within the boundaries of the modern town.
| SPECIAL RATE PER PERSON (adult): € 95
(Valid only for participants of the 7th Europe Congress of the International Association for Hydro-environment Engineering and Research)
Entrance fees to the Delphi archaeological site and museum, experienced English-speaking guide, transfer to and from hotels in A/C coaches, visit to Arachova, lunch at local restaurant (beverages not included).