Pan Hotel

Address: 53 Vassileon Pavlou & Friderikis, Delphi, Central Greece, 330 54, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 53 Vassileon Pavlou & Friderikis, Delphi, is near Delphi Ruins, Marmaria, Oracle, and Delphi Museum.
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          Travel Blogs from Delphi

          Rápida passagem pela Grécia Central

          A travel blog entry by martorelli on May 23, 2016

          4 comments, 100 photos

          Finalmente o sol veionos brindar... mesmo que ainda acanhado, pois não fazia necessariamente calor, mas o céu estava finalmente azul por inteiro... agora sim nos sentíamos na Grécia...

          Tomamos nosso café e partimos rumo a Delfos. Antes resolvemos aprar em 2 lugares. Um, dica do Michelin, a cidade portuária de Katákolo, por onde desde a …

          Ancient Olympics

          A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Oct 21, 2015

          2 comments, 25 photos

          ... to arrange for a statue of Zeus to be put on a pedestal along the path of Zane. The statue had to have the athletes name, their father's name, their village name, the fine and the nature of the offence inscribed under it. These statues had to be passed by all the athletes as they entered the stadium as a warning. The fact that there were only 16 plinths indicates the message got through!

          From there it was over to the museum where we ...

          The Ruins at Delphi

          A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Sep 07, 2015

          5 photos

          ... is well documented by a plethora of ancient writers and the rich archeological finds of the site. Delphi was considered by the ancients to be the center (Omphalos = navel) of the world, and the oracle of Delphi was a religious center, most famous for its accurate predictions of the future. The oracles were given by Pythia, the priestess who muttered incomprehensible sounds in a state of trance, which in turn were translated in comprehensible language and ...

          Let The Games Begin

          A travel blog entry by braught on Mar 31, 2015

          18 photos

          ... in 1936 by the Germans. We are standing in a 600 BC site for goodness sake. It was a beautiful peaceful place which is what the games were about. Any one could compete despite social hierarchy and war should stop for the games and all came in peace. Then we walked "the tunnel" into the stadium. The hills where spectators sit are full of wild flowers. The stadium itself not much, but your imagination puts you at the games. We had ...

          Nice and Greecy

          A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Mar 08, 2015

          11 photos

          ... eye opening sights, tons of shopping, good food, historical architecture, lots of museums, and even "fish pedicures"! Although the most of us avoided the feet eating fish (we're waiting for Prague to do that), we still experienced a lot! The class lectures here were at the Parthenon, the Agora, Acropolis, and Socrates Prison, and the archaeological museum. It was so cool to finally see all the sites and structures that we have learned about over our two years in ...