Hotel Kouros

Address: 58, Vasileon Paulou & Friderikis str., Delphi, Central Greece, 330 54 , Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 58, Vasileon Paulou & Friderikis str., Delphi.
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      Travel Blogs from Delphi

      Day 136

      A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Dec 15, 2014

      13 photos

      ... who was canonised for his healing and prophetic powers. The monastic complex has two churches, the interior if the larger is a glorious mix of marble and gold mosaics icons from the 16th century and lovely Byzantine frescos, the windows have coloured glass enclosed in ornate marble carving. St. Luke is buried in the church, his remains inside a glass coffin. The other church is 10th century, most if the frescos inside have ...

      "My life in Ruins" - last of my Big Fat Greek Tour

      A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Oct 13, 2014

      3 comments, 23 photos

      ... it we were only allowed to view it from one side, so I charmed a guard to walk to the top with my camera and snap a few pictures for me. (: Smiles sure go a long way :)
      After taking my time climbing down the mountain side I decided I hadn't walked enough and set off down the road toward the gymnasium, where the athletes trained before entering the arena and what had caught my eye in the distance, the Athena Pronaia Sanctuary. As I had been most impressed ...

      The last day of Toni's Grecian road trip

      A travel blog entry by twehman on Sep 09, 2014

      33 photos

      ... port of Pireaus. After several challenging tries, we found a place to park the car, buy tickets, and hand over the keys to the rental car guy who drove by scooter to meet us there. We then boarded our huge Blue Star ferry for Paros where we were going to just chillax and recover from my part of the trip. Unfortunately, that did not happen right away. We decided to be cheap and ride the bus to our hotel on the other side of the Island. However it was midnight when ...

      Who Says You Can't Travel Easily in Touristy Town?

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jul 04, 2014

      ... a route includes looking at all of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are in the region that I would like to see. We have found that, without fail, anything that is on that list is well worth a visit. Some (say, the Palace of the Knights in Rhodes) are heavily-visited and exist in a somewhat touristy environment, but one can enjoy any world-class site in leisure if they are aware of the best times to come. Which, sort of hurt us here since we pulled in at about 1215 ...

      The Land of All Things Ancient

      A travel blog entry by mdaa on Nov 20, 2009

      48 photos

      ... within a day.

      So we spent our one full day in Delphi seeing everything. We started at the Sanctuary, climbing 700 feet up the mountain while walking along the ancient "Sacred Way." This is the path all the pilgrims took to see the oracle. We used our guidebook to find out what all the ancient ruins and monuments were along the way. It was awesome to finally arrive at the Temple of Apollo (built in 330 B.C.) and see the place where the oracle used to ...