The Temple of Apollo is the main attraction of the site. This wonderfully preserved temple is where Pythia, the High Priestess of Apollo would be asked to foretell the future, and in return she would give very mysterious answers (and they weren't always good).
The Theatre of the sanctuary and The Stadium are located higher up on the site (approximately 10 minute walk up). Not quite as visually stunning, and can be avoided by those for whom the climb proves too much.
And of course you cannot miss the Archaeological Museum of Delphi, which houses the precious artifacts found at the site. And fortunately it is located at the base of the site, so no climbing is required.
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Charlotte, North Carolina
October 18, 2008
From journal Greece- Athens, Naxos, Paros, Santorini, Delos and Delphi
May 2, 2002
From journal Athens - could be your best vacation ever!