Delphi is an iconic historical site and was once the sacred precinct of classical Greece, due to its role in Greek myth as the seat of a prophetic oracle. Originally considered the center of the world by ancient Greeks, today’s Delphi is a UNESCO World Heritage site and archaeological wonder, filled with the ruins of theaters, temples, treasuries, and other remains of centuries-old architecture.
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TEMPLE OF APOLLO IN DELPHI
Legendary edifice of the Delphic Panhellenic Sanctuary dating back to the 4th century.
DELPHI ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM
This two-level, 14-room attraction features many statues and is one of Greece's most popular museums.
CASTALIA SPRING Ravine where, through the ages, Delphi visitors would drink water and bathe. In mythology, this is where Apollo vanquished Python, a guardian of the spring.