Athens Daytrips: The Mystical Oracle of Delphi

At the foot of Mount Parnassos lies the Pan-Hellenic sanctuary of Delphi and its legendary Oracle. The site, famed for it historical value and riveting energy, is perhaps the country’s most important tourist destination after the Acropolis of Athens.

Delphi, yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Greece, exudes a unique blend of energy, natural beauty and mystery and is consequently one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Plan your tour to Delphi and enjoy the scenic view, overlooking the Gulf of Corinth and a valley filled with olive and cypress trees, and dive into the site’s rich history and transcendental energy.

Athens Daytrips: Temple of Poseidon at idyllic Sounion

Sounio, the end point of the Athenian Riviera, located on the southernmost tip of Attica, at a 69km distance from Athens, is an ideal one-day or weekend destination if you are visiting Athens during the spring or summer months and looking for a getaway from the busy city center. Plan a tour of the spectacular and historic area of Sounio, spend a warm day by the beach, gaze at the captivating ruins of the temple of Poseidon and get a taste of the local mediterranean cuisine.

Things to do in the city: Athens Exhibitions

Athens offers a vibrant cultural scene all year round, presenting a mix of events ranging from local and international musicians, artists and dance groups. The city comes alive every night and popular neighbourhood squares are buzzing with people, music and festivities.

Explore Athens and the dozens of historical monuments all around it, and discover the culture and immersive experiences the city has to offer. Here are some of the most popular and important events taking place in Athens in the next few months.