Nafsika Palace

Address: Heroon Street, Itéa, Central Greece, 33200, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Heroon Street, Itéa, is near Oracle, Delphi Museum, Temple of Apollo, and Mount Parnassus.
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    Travel Blogs from Itéa

    Archaeology sites and Museums again

    A travel blog entry by loza92 on Jun 24, 2015

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    ... Olympian stadium.

    Very boring day really as felt that it was too much information that we were being feed I literally couldn't remember anything or take it in. Seemed the same as yesterday really.

    Had lunch in Delphi and changed buses 14 new people joined the tour. Then drove to Kalabaka arriving at 8pm to our hotel. Checked out the town then played 500 with the family before bed.
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    Delphi

    A travel blog entry by karangi on May 02, 2015

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    DAY 51 – May 2, 2015
    ITEA / DELPHI

    Another case of location, location, location.

    Itea is small resort city with a pleasant waterfront area but only 'pebble' beaches ... but the backdrop is spectacular. Snow-capped mountains and villages clinging to the sides of those mountains .... and one of them is Delphi.

    When you first arrive in Delphi you think you arriving in an Alpine ski village.

    Then it's on ...

    Cruising through the Corinth Canal

    A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Apr 10, 2012

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    APR 10, Itea. During our cruise to Itea, we ran into some very rough waters. I took several video recordings of it that I will post. Please don't get seasick.

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    However, the special event of that cruise was ...

    A visit to the navel of the world

    A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 18, 2011

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    ... to the Greeks as the bellybutton of the world. Without the consensus of the oracle’s Pythian priestesses, no moves were made in Ancient Greece: no wars fought, no festivals held, no games played, no kings crowned. We hiked up the mountain side along the Sacred Way to visit the Temple of Apollo, Athenian Treasury, theatre, and stadium. This site was notorious to the ancient Greeks as being the genuine sanctuary of ...

    The Great Oracle

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Oct 18, 2010

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    This morning I said goodbye to Deanne, who had to fly home for work. I have one more week to explore some of the mainland and then I'm off to Bulgaria.

    I walked her to the Metro for the first train to the airport at 5 (too early!) and then packed up and grabbed a city bus to Terminal B, the bus station that serves central Greece. We had a wonderful trip, despite the fact that the weather didn't always comply. The food, ...