, Thermopylae, Delphi (oracle), Plataeae,
the morning ,drive through the fertile plain
battlefields of Marathona and the tombs
of the Athenian soldiers who died in the
Marathon for the drive to Thermopylae
stopping to see the statue of Leonidas.
This is a tour strictly to see the
battlefields and the scenery, there
are no ancient ruins to see. The
morphology of the ground has changed
due to erosion by rain and sea.
You can still get a good idea of
how the battle must have been and
where it took place.
On the slopes of Mount Parnassus,
in a landscape of unparalleled beauty
and majesty, lie the ruins of the
Sanctuary of Apollo Pythios. Visit
the Treasury of the Athenians, the
Temple of Apollo and the Museum
containing masterpieces of ancient
Greek sculpture such as the bronze
Charioteer and the famous athlete
the Gymnasium and the Sanctuary
Drive via Thebes to Plataeae...
was an ancient city, located in Greece in
It was the location of the
in which an alliance of Greek
and ended the
The Battle of Plataea was the final
land battle during the second Persian invasion
of Greece. It took place in 479 BC near
the city of
Plataea in Boeotia, and was fought between
an alliance of the Greek city-states, including
Megara and others, and the Persians Empire
of Xerxes I. Return in Athens via Mount
Daily: Departure 8.00
am. Return next evening.