Con questo tour Atene Super Risparmio potrai unire tre dei tour più popolari per immergerti in una "due giorni" tra Atene, Capo Sunio e Delfi. Perfetto per coloro che hanno già un luogo per il pernottamento, questo tour guidato ti permette di vedere alcune delle rovine meglio conservate della Grecia e percorsi panoramici. Il primo giorno, visita l'Acropoli e il Partenone ad Atene e poi parti alla scoperta del Tempio di Poseidone a Capo Sunio, un faro bianco che risplende sulla cima di una scogliera che domina il mar Egeo. Il secondo giorno, torna alla Grecia classica con una gita di un giorno a Delfi, il sito del più importante oracolo nel mondo greco classico.
It's cheaper to go to each site and pay for a tour guide. Also gives you control of your time. We had to be at the Hotel to meet at 820am but don't leave until 9am. Also Delphi day trip is 1:15min each way but your only there for 1 hr. Which is enough time to see everything but it's not worth it.
In the morning trip, the coach AC did not work well and was repaired when we were going around in Acropolis. The guide was excellent and very professional. I wish the tour included a few more sites, all it covered was the Acropolis, the Acropolis Museum ( which was rushed ) and a few minutes at a very modern amphitheatre . Other sights were pointed out from the bus itself. Perhaps more time should be allotted to this trip and more sights covered , including for example, the temple of Zeus. The drive to Cape Sounion was pictureseque and wonderfully scenic. As usual the bus and guide were both excellent. There is not much to see at the Cape except the temple of Poseidon which is impressive, but about an hour stay there is more than enough. Reached hotel only at 7.40 pm as I was the last to be dropped off and the traffic can be horrendous.
The Delphi trip, you must remember, is a long drive taking three hours each way including a halt for coffee and toilets. Travelling up and down six hours and spending about one and half hours at the site itself makes you think if it is really worth it. The site is mostly in ruins considering its age, though one can make out the splendour of the place as it must have been those days. Remember that these sires are much older than the Roman Forum or the Colosseum in Rome and therefore nowhere near as well preserved, you must use your imagination . A few pats of the Delphi site are in slightly better condition , the museum is good but not enough time really considering the time to be spent travelling up and down.
The three course lunch is excellent value , worth paying for in advance. Do remember that you are taken straight to the lunch hotel and there are no other options where you can eat, so you must either have the fixed menu or the a la carte at the hotel itself