Second to the Acropolis in Athens, Delphi is Greece’s most popular archaeological site. Located about two and half hours from Athens along the slopes of the awe-inspiring Mount Parnassus, Delphi was once revered by the ancient Greeks as the center of the earth. Dedicated to the god, Apollo, Delphi was an important oracle. In ancient times, people would come to this sacred spot to inquire of the priestess for advice on a wide range of topics from farming to relationships and politics. Significant ruins and structures at Delphi include the Temple of Apollo, the Athenian Treasury, the theater and hippodrome that once hosted events of the ancient Pythian Games.
The largest Island of the Greek Island, Crete is the home of the Ancient Minoan Civilization and anyone who visits can enhance his historical knowledge. The island has various stunning beaches and mountainous areas.
Inhabited for more than 3000 years, Athens is well-known as the birthplace of democracy. The city is History itself combining Ancient and Modern features.
2.Ancient Olympia (Peloponnese)
The birthplace of the Olympic Games. This is the city where every 4 years all the city-states of the Ancient Hellenic world gathered to host the biggest event of the world. After all those years the Olympic Games are still the biggest event.
Situated in the Southern region of Attica peninsula, Cape Sounion is well-known for the sites of the ancient temple of Poseidon, God of the Sea.