Ancient Delphi Attractions
Ancient Theatre of Delphi
An impressively big structure situated inside the sanctuary of the God Apollo that can host approximately 5000 guests.
Temple of Apollo
One of the most significant monuments of the Delphi dedicated to Apollo and located in a prominent and central place inside the Oracle.
Ancient Stadium of Delphi
At Delphi's highest point you encounter the stadium where Pythian games used to take place. It was built in the 5th century BC.
Gymnasium of Delphi
The athletes participating in the Pythian games used this gymnasium to train. Try to locate the pool that was filled with water from the Castalian Spring.
Pillar of Prusias II
This pillar was built in 182 BC to honor King Prusias ll of Bithynia, a King in Asia Minor a patron of the oracle. The King's statue stood on top.
Treasury of Athenians
Built in the form of a temple, it stored battle treasures and offerings to Apollo. It was dedicated to the victory of Athenians against Persians.
Athena Pronaia Temple
Sanctuary of Goddess Athena which includes the vaulted temple (Tholos), Delphi's modern trademark and the most photographed spot of the site.
Castalia Source (Spring)
Castalia Spring is totally linked to Delphi Oracle since Pythia, priests, and pilgrims were washing themselves here before starting the ritual of the oracle.
Sacred Way (Iera Odos) of Delphi
This is the ceremonial path that pilgrims and oracle-seekers had to follow on their way to the temple where Priestess Pythia performed.