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Peloponnese Excursion
In general, the tour was good. The guide provided excellent information on the sites visited. The times of excursion, were insufficient in the archaeological sites and in the museums and I believe that it was due to that time of the excursion was used to take us to shopping tour.
Martha J. | Argentina
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Helena the excellent guide
Silvia P. | Argentina
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You have to live it
Guide and driver splashed 3 ☆ Hotels below expectations, both in rooms and at breakfast and dinner Luckily, the first night they offered us a 5 ☆ hotel.
Younes H. | Morocco
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All right
Reserve a circuit in Peloponnese and Delphi. There was no incident. All correct, but to keep in mind that the hotels are correct but very simple, and in our case the guide could have given more explanations both in the coach and in the fields.
MARC | Spain
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Very good experience
Greece is very rich in history, in art, in mythology, in architecture, in philosophy, etc; worth knowing
Carolina P. | Argentina
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Excursion and Cycle
Javier, I wanted to thank you for the quality of the excursions and circuits, and your attention with us. The truth is that everything very well. As a constructive suggestion, you may have missed at the time of the explanations, some part of it more focused on children.
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3 Days / 2 Nights
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Olympia, Mycenae, Argolis, Peloponnese and Delphi

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From USD 432.87 USD 344.16

Guaranteed departures every Monday throughout the year, and additionally every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, from April to October.

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What is included in this tour

  • Pick up and drop off.
  • 1-night accommodation in Olympia in 3* or 4* hotels.
  • 1-night accommodation at Delphi in 3* or 4* hotels.
  • Official English-speaking tour guide.
  • Entrance fees to all the archaeological sites and museums.
  • Transport by luxury A/C bus.
  • 24/7 Emergency phone line.
  • Half board

Not included & Optionals

  • Personal expenses, gratuities & tourist city tax.
  • Entrance fee for children aged 6 to 12 years from non-EU countries.
  • Add pre- or post- tour nights in Athens by clicking on "Customize your Program" or by clicking on "Additional nights" during step 1 of your booking.
  • Check our FAQ for more information, including information on hotels in this package according to destination and category.
  • 10% discount for groups of more than 10 travelers

Important Note

Free upgrade to 4-star accommodation for all hotels of the multi-day tour during winter season between November and March.

Hotel pickup

The tour includes pick up and drop off from/to the majority of the hotels in Athens city center. Upon reservation, we will advise you about the pick up time from your hotel or the closest pick up point.

Approximate duration

This tour lasts 3 days and 2 nights.

When to book?

Greca manages its own services but we always recommend that you book as early as possible in order to ensure availability.

Payment Method

Reservations can be paid by credit and debit card via our website.


Full refund for cancellations at least 48 hours in advance. In case you want to modify the date, check that the tour is operative on the desired date.


Once the reservation is made you will receive an email with your booking number or receipt. Printed vouchers are not essential for this tour.

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NOTE: Children and young people up to the age of 25, from EU countries and children up to the age of 5, from non-EU countries are entitled to free admission to the archaeological sites, while children and young people aged between 6 and 25 years, from non-EU countries, are entitled to 50% reduction in single tickets from April 1st to October 31st. All must present their passport at the ticket office of the site/museum for verification of their age and country of origin. Ticket prices vary between winter and summer seasons. 

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Excursion Itinerary: Olympia & Delphi From Athens


Today you will head towards the Corinth Canal, where you will stop briefly to marvel at this famous channel that connects the Aegean with the Ionian Sea and take some photos. Corinth Canal is an impressive engineering feat as ships do not have to sail more than 400 km around the Peloponnese peninsula to reach the Ionian Sea, like they used to do before its construction.

Past hills and mountains, you will reach Epidaurus, where you will be immersed in the culture of the 4th century BC. Its world famous Theater is the best preserved ancient theater in Greece. Its construction was not planned as a separate site but was part of the therapeutic and healing process, achieved through the theatrical performances.  Known for its acoustics, it has a capacity of about 16,000 spectators and is still in use, especially during the summer, where notable performances are staged by native and international artists.

Then, you will briefly stop at the first capital of Greece, Nauplion, and continuing your journey back in time, you will visit the Acropolis of Mycenae, the center of the Mycenaean civilization.  In the enclosure you will see its cyclopean walls, the Lions Gate, various tombs of ancient kings, the Palace, the Cistern and its 99 steps underground, the Tomb of Egisto and the tomb of Clytemnestre, while next to the Acropolis you will see the Tomb, attributed to the King Agamemnon.

In the afternoon you will travel through central Peloponnese and arrive in the city of Olympia in the early evening.  You will check in at your hotel, have dinner and rest.

Greca Tip: You can put the acoustics of the Epidaurus theater to the test and in Mycenae, you can enjoy the incredible view from its Acropolis.                       


In the morning you will visit the site of the ancient Olympic stadium, where the first games were held at around 776 BC. The importance of these games was widely accepted, given the extensive participation of the Greek cities, which suspended hostilities throughout the celebrations. The Olympiad was recognized as the only chronological event all over Greece and, basically, represented the period of four years between two consecutive events.

Olympia was also the most important sanctuary of Ancient Greece, a place to worship Zeus, the first among the gods. The gigantic gold and ivory sculpture crafted by Phidias was considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

After your visit to the Museum of Olympia, you will continue your journey, across the suspension bridge of Rio - Antirion, a modern engineering wonder, until you reach your destination.

Upon your arrival at Delphi you will have dinner and a well-deserved rest.

Greca Tip: In the evening you can go in search of the traditional character of nearby Arachova and enjoy a drink in a stylish café or a local kafeneio (coffee shop).


In the morning and after a wholesome breakfast, you will visit Delphi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the center or navel of the ancient world and host to the renowned Oracle, the counsellor of kings and pilgrims alike.

You will also visit the museum which houses as a special exhibit the "bronze charioteer", a masterpiece of Greek antiquity.  This statue was discovered in the Temple of Apollo and erected to honor the victory of a Chariot team in the Pythia games.

You will leave the slopes of Mount Parnassus to either return to Athens or continue with a tour of the Thessalian plains, where the town of Kalambaka is located.

Arrival in Athens in the late afternoon and drop off at your hotel or the nearest point.

Greca Tip: As a going away gift you can go shopping in the nearby town of Arachova for traditional woven carpets, dry wines, honey and the local cheese formaela.

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