Take advantage of these 2 days to discover the Meteora and its impressive UNESCO World Heritage landscapes.
1st day: From Athens, you will leave to Thebes, make a quick stop in Livadeia and arrive in Delphi around noon.
You will stop by the Castalian Spring and see the Delphi archaeological site, which was considered the centre of the world in ancient times. You can discover the Temple of Apollo, which is famous for its oracle and museum (optional visit – not included).
You will take a short break in Lamia and cross the Thessalian plain to Kalambaka, the city located at the foot of the Meteora, where you will spend the night.
2nd day: In the morning, you will leave to the Meteora to visit two Byzantine monasteries built upon the rocky pinnacles. There, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the site and the plains below.
On the way back, you will make a stop to see the monument for King Leonidas of Sparta in Thermopylae, before arriving in Athens in the late afternoon.