The Temple of Apollo, the Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia and the stadium make this one of the most sacred sites of Ancient Greece.
It is not only fans of history who love to visit the beautiful ancient city. Stunning views and a quiet peaceful atmosphere make this one of the most attractive sites in Greece.
Noted as a UNESCO world heritage site, the city is home to one of the most prestigious museums in Greece with a bronze charioteer being one of the most prized exhibits.
A trip here should be close to the top of your must-see lists.
Nature lovers will also be delighted as the site is close to Parnassos National Park with trees, plants and wildlife. The park also has many hiking trails if you want to take some exercise.
High up in the hills, the stunning views over the Adriatic Sea and the valley of Phocis make this an ideal place to make some lasting memories and take photographs to remind you of your holiday in Greece.
Located between the twin peaks of Mount Parnassus. Nearby are vineyards and charming villages to add pleasure to your trip. You can get there by train, car or bus.
Situated 140 kilometres from Athens Airport and 185 kilometres from the city.
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