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

      "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

      ... Athenian Tresury which was originally built in 490BCE to commemorate the Athenians' victory at the Battle of Marathon (this info stolen from one of the many well written and marked information boards). Just a few steps further was the rock left by Zeus marking the spot where the eagles crossed paths and his declaration of the centre of the Earth. The crazy thing was when I googled the myth there is science to back that it is in fact claimed to be the centre ...

      WE FIND ANCIENT DELPHI IN THE HILLS

      A travel blog entry by jilly361 on Jul 07, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      Itea is used by tourists as a convenient stop for visiting ancient Delphi a few kilometres away in the hills. We got Dunikolu settled, paid the harbour dues and found out where to catch the bus to the ruins for a visit next day.

      1030 next morning at a cost of 1.80€ each we were on the bus to Dephi about a half hour's drive along the hairpin bends going up into the mountains. The bus dropped us off right outside the entrance to the ...

      Cruising through the Corinth Canal

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

      39 photos

      ... a week before the opening of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.




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      He was named Ben. So we called him Ben.

      A travel blog entry by awesomed on Dec 26, 2010

      15 photos

      ... I explain where my random titles come from because it's really only funny to me.

      Anyway, we caught the bus from Athens to Delphi. Naturally, I slept the majority of the three-hour journey. Luckily I woke up just as we were nearing the mountains. The tops of these mountains are literally higher than the clouds. And everywhere we looked we could see mountains. As we started up the winding road to the top of one such ...

      The Land of All Things Ancient

      A travel blog entry by mdaa on Nov 20, 2009

      48 photos

      ... It could seat 5,000 people. It was cool to see this theater and know that in a couple of days we were going to see the ultimate Greek theater (larger and best-preserved) in Epidavros.

      Another ten minute walk up the mountain was the stadium. Every four years, athletes and spectators from across Greece gathered here to watch the Pythian Games. These games were founded around 582 B.C. and had the same kind of sports as the Olympics. The stadium is really ...