Our way lies on the mainland of Greece along the magnificent Rio Antirio Bridge (Europe’s largest cable-stayed bridge), built in 2004. The Olympic Games of Athens 2004 were the first who crosses the bridge. Then visit the ancient Delphi - a place that inspires special reverence. For people of the ancient world, Delphi was the main place on earth where the "navel of the earth" was ("omphalos"). The most authoritative oracle of Apollo was located in Delphi, and the ancient Hellenes loved to look into the future and had a great passion for prophecy. In the central part of the sanctuary is the temple of Apollo, where the legendary Pythia once sat, uttering mysterious predictions on behalf of the god Apollo. In Delphi you can see one of the best museum exhibits of ancient Hellas.
Dinner. Transfer to Kalabaka, on the way acquaintance with the incredible history of Meteora. Accommodation at the hotel. Our team will arrange for you the opportunity to meet the incredible sunset in the Meteor Mountains.
On the second day visit Meteora one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in Greece. Meteora are the second most important monastic republic in Greece after Athos, where, unlike Athos, everyone has access. “Soaring in the clouds” - the name of this place is literally translated. Stunning landscapes make up hundreds of rocks that are directed towards the sky like giant teeth. The monasteries of the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries are incredibly located on their peaks: priceless historical and cultural monuments with their richest collections of icons, frescoes and special architecture. During the heyday of monastic life, in the 16th century, 24 monasteries were simultaneously opened here. Nowadays there are six of them: four male and two female. All are accessible to tourists. The return road leads us to the west of mainland Greece past the cities of Ioannina, Arta, Agrinio. We return to the Peloponnese through the magnificent Rio-Antirio Bridge.