Two Day Delphi & Meteora Tour from Athens

Starting Time
2 days
Starting point
Free Cancellation
Free Cancellation

  • Explore two top Greek UNESCO World Heritage sites in just 2 days
  • Stroll through Delphi site & museum also known as the 'navel of the world'
  • Visit two Meteora Byzantine Monasteries & enjoy breathtaking views
  • Stop at Thermopylae and marvel at the Monument of King Leonidas of Sparta
  • 3* or 4* hotel accommodation including dinner & breakfast
  • Excellent value for money 
  • Travel green as we are reducing your carbon footprint with an offsetting program

Begin from Athens with your luxury air conditioned carbon-neutral bus and your professional guide and enjoy a majestic two days trip. Visit Delphi archaiological site with the temple of Apollo considered as 'the navel of the wold' in ancient Greece and the impresside Meteora grey rocks with its UNESCO-listed cliff-top monasteries. 

1st DAY: Hop on board your luxury bus and enjoy a unique journey northwest to Delphi, arriving around noon. Famous for its theater, Temple of Apollo and ancient ruins, Delphi was considered the center of the earth and the universe, and played a central role in the classical Greek world. Visit  at the archaeological site and the TEMPLE of APOLLO famous for its oracle. In the afternoon after lunch depart through Central Greece and the cities of Lamia (short stop), Trikala crossing the Thessalian plain, to Kalambaka (a small town built at the foot of the majestic grey rocks, and crowded by the METEORA Monasteries (short stop for souvenirs). Overnight stay in Kalambaka.

2nd DAY: Savor breakfast in your hotel and then travel for nearby UNESCO-listed Meteora for a tour of the cliff-top monasteries. Visit two different impressive Byzantine Monasteries built on top of rock towers and providing breathtaking views over the plain. The monasteries are perched on top of towers of sandstone, which for centuries provided totally inaccessible retreats for the monks. Meteora is considered one of the most beautiful and inspiring area of mainland Greece, and its monasteries are one of the country's most unique attractions. Return to Athens passing by the heroic monument of Leonidas king of Sparta  in Thermopylae (short stop for photos). Arrive in Athens in the early evening.


  • Transportation by luxury air conditioned bus
  • Professional and licensed guide
  • Hotel accommodation (A class / T class)
  • Breakfast & dinner 
  • Entrance fees
  • Whispers
  • Visit of Delphi museum is not included
  • Hotel accommodation tax
  • Gratuites (optional)
  • Drinks and beverages
  • Lunch

Entrance to the monasteries: Appropriate clothing is required. Ladies should not wear short skirts and must have long sleeves. Men are not allowed to wear shorts.

Meteora Monasteries: We visit Great Meteoro Monastery and St. Stefanos. Every Tuesday, we are visiting instead of Great Meteoro, Varlaam monastery.

Prices: All the mentioned prices are per person on twin sharing basis. In case of one traveler the single supplement option has to be chosen.

Hotel accommodation: A class (4*): Divani Meteora hotel or similar - T class (3*): Orfeas hotel or similar.

Hotel accommodation tax: Paid directly in hotels as following: 5* hotels - 4 Euro per room/per night, 4* hotels - 3 Euro per room/per night, 3* hotels - 1.5 Euro per room/per night.

Cancel up to 7 days prior the date of the experience for a full refund.


183 Reviews

Jean Gorham

October 21st, 2023
This was a wonderful way for my friend and I to experience some of the interior of mainland Greece. The tour guides were knowledgable and very kind! We did the...


October 1st, 2023
Excellent tour. Informative and the tour guide was good in explaining and narrating on a needed basis. The choice of hotel (4 Star) was good and we enjoyed...

Get Your Guide costumer

September 24th, 2023
Exelente guía y chófer muy prudente.


July 29th, 2023
We took the 2 day Delphi Meteora trip and was fantastic. Well Organized and experienced professional staff, everything was on time for the schedule....


July 17th, 2023
Delphi was amazing, but it would have been nice to have more time there. We all love history and ruins, etc. and it felt a little rushed. It was very hot so...

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