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2-Day Delphi and Meteora Tour from Athens provided by Keytours - Greece

2-Day Delphi and Meteora Tour from Athens

2-Day Delphi and Meteora Tour from Athens
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Duration:
2 days
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Group size:
42
Ticket type:
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Free cancellation
  • Duration:
    2 days
  • Taking Covid-19 safety measures
  • Group size:
    42
  • Ticket type:
    Mobile
  • Free cancellation
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  • Duration: 2 days
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Available languages
English
What to expect
Know before you go
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Available languages
English
Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
What to expect
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Important information
Inclusions
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Hotel accomodation (A class / T class)
  • Professional and licensed guide
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off (selected hotels)
  • Transportation by luxury air conditioned bus
  • Free Wi-Fi at hotels and coaches
  • Entry/Admission - Meteora Monasteries
  • Entry/Admission - Delphi archaeological site
  • Entry/Admission - Temple of Apollo
Exclusions
  • Entrance fees of Delphi museum
  • Lunches & Drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel accommodation tax
Duration
2 days
Departure details
  • Traveller pickup is offered.
  • Complimentary pick up/drop off service from/to Athens centrally located hotels.
  • Athanasiou Diakou 26, Athina 117 43, Greece Our office is located 3 min walk from Acropolis metro station, beside Royal Olympic hotel. We offer free pick up service from selected Athens centrally located hotels. Please call +302109233166 at least 24 hours before your travel date in order to confirm your pick up time.
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • To enter the monasteries, appropriate clothing is required. Ladies should not wear short skirts and must have long sleeves. Men are not allowed to wear shorts.
  • Please note that from 1/1/2018, a new hotel accommodation tax has been applied and will be paid directly in hotels as following: 5* hotels - 4 Euro per room/per night, 4* hotels - 3 Euro per room/per night, 3* hotels - 1.5 Euro per room/per night.
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 42 travellers
Inclusions
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Hotel accomodation (A class / T class)
  • Professional and licensed guide
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off (selected hotels)
  • Transportation by luxury air conditioned bus
  • Free Wi-Fi at hotels and coaches
  • Entry/Admission - Meteora Monasteries
  • Entry/Admission - Delphi archaeological site
  • Entry/Admission - Temple of Apollo
Exclusions
  • Entrance fees of Delphi museum
  • Lunches & Drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel accommodation tax
Departure details
  • Traveller pickup is offered.
  • Complimentary pick up/drop off service from/to Athens centrally located hotels.
  • Athanasiou Diakou 26, Athina 117 43, Greece Our office is located 3 min walk from Acropolis metro station, beside Royal Olympic hotel. We offer free pick up service from selected Athens centrally located hotels. Please call +302109233166 at least 24 hours before your travel date in order to confirm your pick up time.
Duration
2 days
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • To enter the monasteries, appropriate clothing is required. Ladies should not wear short skirts and must have long sleeves. Men are not allowed to wear shorts.
  • Please note that from 1/1/2018, a new hotel accommodation tax has been applied and will be paid directly in hotels as following: 5* hotels - 4 Euro per room/per night, 4* hotels - 3 Euro per room/per night, 3* hotels - 1.5 Euro per room/per night.
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 42 travellers
Travel safe during COVID-19
Last updated: 17 Sep 2020
A note from 2-Day Delphi and Meteora Tour from Athens
Small group tour of maximum 26 people (50% of bus capacity). We provide all participants with whisper audio devices which are thoroughly sanitized from our staff, as well as inside the charging cases with UVC lights. Sanitizing dispensers are available at the ticket office for use before departure.
What you can expect during your visit
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
What you can expect during your visit
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitised between use
  • Face masks required for travellers in public areas
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Itinerary
Overview
Full Map
5 stops
Day 1
Athens - Delphi - Kalambaka
Day 2
Kalambaka - Meteora Monasteries...
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Rachelsmom1
Rowley, MA33 contributions
May 2022
Visiting Delphi and Meteora was awesome and the guides were very knowledgeable. Please be aware that the bus rides on both days will be very long though you will be driving through the beautiful countryside of Greece.

We were glad to take this tour, however. Both sights were breathtaking. I wish we had paid for the upgraded hotel. Our hotel was so-so, but you get what you pay for.
Written 28 May 2022
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Andrés N
5 contributions
The long trip in bus is worth to take. Well selected stops and very good guide who took his time to explain history, mythology and greek culture and an interesting way. Pick-ups in time. Should be mentioned the strict dressing code for the monasteries of Meteora in advance to prevent situations, although they provided clothes for women.
Written 15 August 2020
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
mariannapap4
Dear Guest, Thank you very much for your time to leave us your comments regarding our 2-Day Delphi and Meteora Tour from Athens. We are happy we met your expectations, and you enjoyed your tour with us. Needless to say that we always try to co-operate with the best guides the market has to offer. Hope to see you soon in one of our future experiences. Best Regards, Marianna Papakosta
Written 18 August 2020
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

traveldan21
Culver City, CA582 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
We divided our time in Greece between the mainland and two islands. I was somewhat skeptical about taking two days away from Athens to spend an overnight in the interior of the country but the photos of Meteora looked pretty spectacular so I booked this tour. One of the best decisions of our trip! If you have time, I would definitely try to work in a trip to Meteora and Key Tours seems like a good and easy way to make it happen, with some caveats and tips noted below.

First, the pick up in Athens: We booked the tour via TripAdvisor. Ahead of the trip, we were contacted by Key via email to inquire about our hotel in Athens. We didn't know yet so Key just requested we inform them by email as soon as we knew. Once we let Key know, they responded that the tour bus would pick us up at a different, nearby hotel. So, depending on what hotel in Athens you are staying in, and what other passengers will be on your tour, you may not get a pick up directly at your hotel. In our case, it was fine; the pick up hotel was less than 10 minute walk away and nearly just a straight line from our hotel.

The morning of the tour, there were several tours departing from the pick up hotel. It got a little nerve-wracking that our group was the last tour to be met by the guide/bus and we were not met until 10-15 minutes after the stated pick up time. But there were another few couples in the same situation so we hung in there together. Once we were met by a tour representative, she led us to a bus. The bus then stopped at a couple more places and then several passengers had to get off or get on from other busses. Apparently, Key picks up folks from all over and then consolidates them onto the correct bus for their specific tour. It seemed a bit chaotic by American standards but eventually everyone got to their correct tour busses.

This 2-day tour involves lots of time on the bus (4-5 hours each way) but the tour guides speak excellent English and provide a lot of narration about Greece, the countryside, etc. This was mostly interesting but if you are jet lagged like we were, you could also sleep on the comfortable, modern coaches.

Delphi had the potential to be a very interesting destination. But I thought our guide spent too much time outside of the grounds of the actual ruins, leaving us only 15 minutes to scramble around on our own. This is a shame because the ruins and vistas from higher vantage points are very nice. We also had no time to visit the Delphi museum--that is available (but only for an hour or so) on the Delphi-only tour. Tip: bring water and snacks. On the two-day tour we were on, we were taken to lunch after Delphi at about 1:30 pm; but those going to the museum did not have lunch until perhaps an hour or more later.

Then onto Meteora (with a short photo stop at the scene of an historical battle of Sparta vs. the Persians at Thermopylae (depicted in the movie The 300). The leg from Delphi to Meteora involved switching tour guides. I sadly can't recall the name of our guide to/in Delphi but our Meteora guide was Mariana Tsigaridou. Mariana was an excellent guide, very knowledgeable about many different subjects, including the Greek Orthodox Church, the monasteries, artifacts, artwork, etc. She helped bring to life why Meteora has become a site of Christian pilgrimage. That was one of the unexpected things about Meteora: I hoped to be wowed by the sight of ancient monasteries sitting atop giant rocks, but I did not think I would be moved by the notion that Greek Christians maintained ancient copies of the Gospels for 400 years during the Turkish occupation in order to keep the Christian faith alive during Muslim rule.

The two-day tour includes an overnight stay in what is advertised as either a 3-star or 4-star hotel. Here's the hot tip: pay a little more for the 4-star hotel. Our tour bus stopped first at the 3-star hotel. It looked perfectly serviceable and was in town so perhaps some shops in walking distance might have been open at night to see. And from the front of the hotel, one could see some of the mountains of Meteora. But after dropping off those who reserved the 3-star accommodations, we continued to drive to our 4-star one. We kept driving, out of town and seemingly through a forest. On the way, we got some great glimpses of the huge rocks, but after emerging from the forest, we came to a clearing on which the Grand Meteora Hotel sits. That hotel is in an awe-inspiring location, providing an unobstructed panoramic view of the Meteora rocks. I hope some of my photos provide a sense of the setting.

The Grand Meteora Hotel itself is fine; 4-stars seems fair for it. But the setting itself is truly worth the extra amount you pay over the cost of the 3-star hotel. Those who were in this hotel felt kind of bad about telling those in the 3-star hotel how our place was, knowing our far superior views. (See my separate review of Grand Meteora for more info on the hotel.)

Key Tours took us into two of the six monasteries at Meteora. It appears that the monasteries rotate which days they are open and closed. We got to see the Monastery of the Transfiguration (aka Great Meteoro) and St. Stephen's Nunnery. The first one was huge and had several remarkable panoramic vantage points--once you climb a hundred or so steps.Well worth the exercise. The nunnery was also interesting in its own way, especially with ancient artifacts. One somewhat humorous anecdote: while we were in one of the rooms, a nun suddenly yelled quite loudly in Greek at a tourist who was ignoring the "no photography" signs. This probably brought back painful flashbacks to some who went to Catholic School.

Meteora was, in a word, spectacular. It is hard to believe how the monasteries were built using ladders and pulley-guided baskets to bring materials up. Some of the monasteries look like they sort of grew organically out of the rocks. And there was definitely a spiritual feeling to the place. Very special.

I believe it is possible to take a train from Athens and get into the town near the monasteries but you would then have to hire cabs to take you to the various monasteries that are open that day,, buy entrance tickets, arrange for a guided tour in English, etc. We felt the cost of Key Tour 2-day trip was worth it to avoid any hassles. And considering it includes the cost of one night in a great hotel, a breakfast and a dinner, it was a decent value.
Written 15 June 2019
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
Dear Guest, Thank you so much for your valuable time to send us your detailed and accurate review and for highly recommending our 2 Day Delphi and Meteora Tour from Athens with us. Thank you for mentioning that our complimentary pick up service from centrally located hotels of Athens was at your convenience. We always try to collect our guest from the hotels the are staying at or from the closest central hotel of the hotels they are staying. Indeed there is a long trip but our newly branded and comfortable buses allow our customers to get some sleep or just relax and enjoy the view of magnificent places while travelling. As regards your comment about Delphi arch. site, I would like to mention that we always stay punctual to our schedule and spend 1.5 hours in this wonderful site. I am so happy to hear that you enjoyed one of our carefully selected guides, Marianna Tsigaridou and that you discovered more parts of Meteora monasteries history than expected. I am also happy for hearing that you felt how unique the history of this place is as well as that you admired the unique, astonishing and very special landscape. Thanks for mentioning that Key Tours offers a decent value and that it is a great way to avoid any hassles of arranging everything on your own. I would also like to thank you so much for sharing your tips with future travelers. Hope to see you again soon in one of our future tours! Kind Regards, Dimitris Bistolas | Μanaging Director
Written 18 June 2019
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Alisa
16 contributions
Aug 2021 • Couples
Not good.
They scam you by making you pay more for the upgraded 4 star hotel (it's a bad 4 star hotel) and put the people who paid less for the 3 star hotel in the same hotel. They will lie and say the rooms are different standard but they aren't.
Second, the tour says one day at Delphi. We were on the Delphi site barely 1 HOUR. We didn't even have time to visit the museum. And it's not because of covid restrictions making the line longer because we didn't even have time to start lining up.
The second day on our way back, the place we had lunch was one of the worst places I have ever been in my life, in the middle of nowhere with stray dogs howling, horrible food and a bad smell in the entire place. I couldn't eat anything. I think everyone on the tour can agree with this part. We had to pay for our food so I don't know why we had to go there, we could have had something much better.
When I wrote this to the tour organizer, he completely dismissed my claim. Bad customer service on top of that.

Otherwise, our guide, Dimitris, was very nice and knowledgable.
Written 29 September 2021
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
mariannapap4
Dear Guest, Thank you for your review of our 2-Day Delphi and Meteora Tour from Athens. we apologise for your dissatisfaction during your tour at Delphi & Meteora. Please note that indeed the rooms for those who have paid for a 4-star hotel are spacier and with a good view. Regarding the time at Delphi, kindly note that it is clearly stated on the product page on Tripadvisor that we spend 1,5 hours there. As for the lunch, we feel sorry it didn't meet your expectations. We usually receive good reviews for the food. In any case, your opinion is respectful and please don't hesitate to contact us for anything else you may need. Best Regards, Marianna Papakosta
Written 1 October 2021
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

JerriS
Scottsdale, AZ16 contributions
I’m glad I have been in Greece for three weeks prior to this tour, to know how friendly the Greek people are and how good the Greek food is LOL. This tour is like a cattle call. Move people, feed people, and get them back. The bus driver was the crankiest person I have ever met in any country, yelling at the tour guides loudly and often. The Buffets I fed a lot of people quickly, and wasn’t bad… But yikes, there’s so much good Greek food in Greece, it was sad eating this type of food for two days! And how can you mess up a Greek salad, just saying 😎

Half the time I did not understand what the tour guide was saying or when the tour guide was going to be speaking… although he covered three languages very well. I’m not sure the four-star hotel was worth more than a three star hotel, I’m not sure I want to find out either!!

Bottom line I was glad I didn’t have to drive to Delphi or Meteora….I think I would like to do it with a smaller group in the future given a choice
Written 30 July 2021
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
mariannapap4
Dear Guest, Thank you so much for your review of our Delphi: A Day Tour at the Navel of the World from Athens. We feel more than happy we met your expectations and you had such a wonderful day at Delphi. Needless to say that we always take into serious consideration your comments. Hope to see you soon on one of our future tours. Best Regards, Marianna Papakosta
Written 2 August 2021
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zoogz
San Francisco, CA15 contributions
We normally don’t go on bus tours but since we only had a week in Greece, I thought it would be the quickest way to see these two sites. Unfortunately, this was a mediocre experience and our least enjoyable days during a wonderful trip to Greece.

The tour started badly. We had to transfer buses ten minutes after leaving our hotel. It was total chaos as nobody on staff seemed to know what was going on. Once it got sorted out, those of us changing buses had to walk through garbage, dog crap and vomit to board the other bus. We got to smell this special brew on our shoes during the drive to Delphi and the odor was exacerbated by the stuffy bus. We are not fussy, well traveled and have had some pretty crazy bus experiences but this was ridiculous.

Things were made much better by the excellent guide named Katerina. She was very engaging and provided us with fascinating information during the bus ride and at Delphi. Delphi is a special place and definitely worth the trip. Katerina added to the experience so we soon forgot about the vomit walk (that and the fact everyone got to rinse off their shoes in some puddles).

Then things made a turn for the worse. We had a different guide for the rest of the trip and she was not very good. She was nice enough, but seemed more interested in talking with the bus driver than providing the group with information. When she actually bothered talking to us, she was unclear, disorganized and tentative. She provided wrong answers to at least two questions and didn’t seem very knowledgeable beyond the script she was following.

After Delphi, we stopped for lunch at a restaurant with bad food and even worse service. When we got to the town we were staying in, there was more confusion about who was staying at which hotel but it got sorted out quickly. The hotel we stayed in was nothing special (for luxury class) and we had a mediocre dinner and breakfast. What a waste of calories in a country with such great food!

The next day we went to Meteora. We had to drive to 3 monasteries to find one that was actually open. One had a permanent sign stating it was closed on Thursdays but our guide seemed shocked it wasn’t open (she assured us she checked the web). I don’t mind that sort of uncertainty when traveling, but not when paying someone to know these things. We wasted even more time when the guide lost 5-6 people in our party because she never told the group the bus was picking us up in a different location from where we were dropped off.

We finally made it to the next site and only had 45 minutes there due to the earlier incidents. One of my children and I broke off from the group because the tour of the first site was pretty boring. We had a much better time just walking around on our own and speaking to the very welcoming nuns.

Despite the poor guide service, Meteora was absolutely stunning and I highly recommend visiting this area for at least a full day (we only had about 3 hours on the tour).

The ride home was long but uneventful. We made a few boring stops and had lunch at a place that reminded me of an over priced rest area on the New Jersey turnpike. The bus was still very stuffy but our driver got us back to the hotel without incident (despite the fact the guide forgot to add our hotel to the list of drop offs and I had to remind driver). The driver was great actually, very friendly and safe.

This is the first bad review I have given on Trip Advisor but the tour was expensive for us and I feel totally ripped off. Two of the other members of our group are tour guides in their own country and they felt the same way, so we weren’t the only ones on this tour who were disappointed.

Despite our disappointment, the trip was hardly a disaster. We enjoyed Delphi and Meteora and met some nice folks from all over the world. I am very glad we visited these sites and not sure a tour was the wrong way to go given our time limitations, just not Key Tours.
Written 26 November 2018
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
Dear Guest, Thank for your time to give us your review. Our business ethics makes us believe that each customer has the right to express himself/herself and we really appreciate the democratization that the digital era brings to our guests. We always carefully hear and try to fully understand the way of thinking of each customer in order to improve ourselves. After having carefully studied your overall comment, I would say that, according to my opinion, is quite controversial. For instance, I do not know how it is possible for any tour company to create a total chaos in its free pick up service but at the same time to offer a free drop off service without incident by a great, very friendly and safe driver as you mentioned. The same goes for the two guides. It is difficult to understand how the same tour company can offer an excellent, engaging, fascinating guide that adds experience to a tour while a second guide of the same company is not paying any attention to its audience and has an awkward behavior. What really happens is that companies normally have a consistent collection and hiring policy that is either successful or not. And this makes companies sustainable during the time or not. At this stage, I think there is a need to provide you with some necessary clarifications that I hope it will be helpful for you. First, we offer all our customers a free pick up service. This practically means that we collect our customers with our luxurious buses from the hotels they stay between 7.30 and 8.30 and we transfer them to our premises. Since all the guests are gathered here, we allocate our guests to the appropriate bus in order to start their tour at 8.45 in a private and appropriate parking spot. Regarding the restaurant, we always offer our customers the option to book a with or without lunch option in order to find a happy medium between guests with very different cultural and taste preferences. As regards the stops please keep in mind that we are ethically obliged to serve the human needs of our traveling passengers. Despite the fact that I feel that your comment is not fair for our company I have to thank you very much for having you on board. Kindest Regards, Dimitris Bistolas |Managing Director
Written 29 November 2018
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Janine M
Melbourne, Australia108 contributions
Jan 2018 • Solo
I had never heard of Meteora, but when I saw the pictures I thought - may as well spend a bit extra and see some more of Greece. Well!!!! Anyone who just goes to Delphi is super missing out! The second day of this trip was incredible! I have no idea how people accomplish this on their own without the benefits of a bus and a fantastic guide. Our guide was so knowledgeable and we learned so much about Greek Orthodox religion and symbols. The monastries are amazing to see from outside but inside they are breathtaking. I cannot recommend highly enough. The bus was so comfortable and the hotel was good enough - although Greece doesn't understand the notion of a hot buffet breakfast.
Written 11 February 2018
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Alejita3100
Atlanta, GA3 contributions
Sep 2019
The tour offered visits to Delphi, Meteora, and had a stop at Thermopylae, all of which are fascinating historical sites. My family also quite enjoyed the places that we stopped for snacks, lunch, and dinners as they offered traditional Greek food ad drinks that we wanted to taste. I had the best baklava I've had in my life at one of these stops actually. Also, Kalambaka was an incredible peaceful town that stole my heart. That being said, we were immensely disappointed with the fact that we could barely understand our tour guide and that she talked quietly which meant that we could not hear her for most of the tour, both on the bus and at the attractions. The tour was also a bit dull with regard to facts just being stated and not really tied in well with the locations we were passing or going to. It was very focused on architecture. For example, when in Meteora, we spent hours listening to talk of the meaning of the shapes and the different saints when what we were interested in was how in the world those monasteries even got up there in the first place. There is definitely room for improvement with the stories that are told on the tour. I would love to do this tour again but with a tour guide that was interesting and that we could hear.
Written 9 September 2019
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Megan V
4 contributions
My husband and I took the two day tour to Delphi/ Meteora. We mostly wanted to go to Meteora as it looked so beautiful. However, once we got there our guide brought us to two different monasteries and Both we’re closed. She then took us to two smaller ones but the time spent hauling 40 tourists to two different monasteries that we never got to see really ate up a chunk of our day. We didn’t get time to get the amazing photos that we wanted and instead spent tons of time stopping at rest stops along the way.

My advice would be to find a smaller more nimble tour.
Written 23 November 2018
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
Dear Guest, Thank you for your feedback. I feel sorry to hear that we did not manage to meet your expectations on this occasion. We always choose two of the most important monasteries to present in our guests regarding this amazing destination. What happened to your particular tour is something unexpected and this is why we managed to replace these monasteries with other equally important ones. As far as your last comment, I have to mention that we are obliged to stop from time to time to serve the needs of our traveling guests. Not to mention that except our regular tours, we also offer customized services in smaller groups for customers with different paying intentions. Thank you for your time and I hope this helps. Kindest Regards, Dimitris Bistolas | Managing Director
Written 29 November 2018
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Najwe I
Brisbane, Australia3 contributions
After traveling Greece and Lebanon for almost 4 weeks I was so looking forward to this planned and booked 2 day trip to Delphi and Meteora. Unfortunately I mixed my dates and had assumed I was booked on the Thursday and Friday only to find out on my arrival to Athens I had actually booked the Wednesday and Thursday. Upon my arrival in Athens I was told at the hotel that the tour company had come to pick me up earlier in the morning. Thankfully I was able to reach the Key Tours GM (Dimitros) and he kindly got me onto the tour for the Thursday and Friday and I only had to pay the accomodation again (which was totally fine).

The tour guide Arthur (in English) was awesome and funny. He has loads of knowledge on Meteora. These monasteries built up on the rocks were simply breathtaking. Delphi was also well worth the visit so much history at this site.

Thank you Key Tours for an amazing 2 days touring these beautiful parts of Athens.
Written 1 August 2018
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

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Jim M
Jim M
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Great sites great food
This was a long ride but we had so much fun seeing so much in such a short time. The way the monasteries were built
JessTraveller2000
JessTraveller2000
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A bit disappointing, poorly organised
Delphi is a beautiful site and our tour guide was good and very knowledgeable, but the trip was very poorly organis
dmyrie
dmyrie
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Worth it? Yep...
Very nice excursion and a good way to get out Athens for a few hours. We were worried that the sunset tour wouldn't
Tourist797521
Tourist797521
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Did not receive the tickets
We never did receive our tickets for Ancient Agora and Temple of Hephaestus. I downloaded a picture below of the o
Stevie3Stripes
Stevie3Stripes
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Cool tour in Hot Delphi
Our tour guide Costas was wonderful. So knowledgeable and passionate about his country and this site. Meet up pla
indigolen
indigolen
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Tour to Delphi with a Great Tour Guide.
Great tour guide- extremely knowledgeable and personable-he made the tour a great success. It was a long day and he
Shawn D
Shawn D
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Recommended if seeing Corinth is meaningful to you
We really enjoyed this tour. The guide talked on the drive about what we passed through Athens, which was great. Th
enilionain
enilionain
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Amazing
Anna, our guide, was exceptional. She brought the past to life as she was engaging, well informed and charming.
professorB53
professorB53
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Long but engaging trip
This is a wonderful excursion — out of the city, gorgeous landscape, unbelievable history and construction, please
Tami R
Tami R
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Excellent!
We booked this excursion after having to cancel a similar one due to timing. Everything from start to finish was we
S5482LRrickb
S5482LRrickb
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Great site and great service
This was a wonderful tour. The drive went through gorgeous mountain scenery and charming towns, the archeological
sianjones284
sianjones284
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Don't bother booking the optional extra - not worth the extra money!
We enjoyed this trip, and it was a good day to see some beautiful Greek islands in a day. The boat was clean and co
caldhubaib
caldhubaib
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A worthwhile trek
Beautiful place! A little bit of a trek, but if you love archeology and a good view, it's well worth it. Our tour g
347karlj
347karlj
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An incredible day at a magical place
An absolutely incredible day at a magical, ancient site. I cannot stress how breath taking Delphi is; so rich in my
513elliotr
513elliotr
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Wonderful experience
Beautiful site and location. Must see if you visit Athens. Tour was well organized and staff were friendly. I would
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2-Day Delphi and Meteora Tour from Athens cancellation policy: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Discover and book 2-Day Delphi and Meteora Tour from Athens on Tripadvisor