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Both destinations are worthwhile! This was conducted by CHAT tours. We were sent a message via the app with a more specific pickup time at our hotel on day 1. There were people picked up for multiple tours but then we were transferred to the bus that would take us to our tour. They organized and coordinated everything very well. The hotels in Delphi and Kalambaka (near Meteora) were Amalia Hotels and nice to stay. Breakfast and Dinner were provided for 2 days and both buffet style. The guides we had (Joy and Dimitra) were excellent and very knowledgeable and kept us well informed.
I paid for an upgrade for first class hotel but I found out that everyone is going to same hotel and there is no upgrade for hotel or rooms. I asked for partial refund for the difference but they're not doing anything. In addition, there is almost no activities on the 2nd day while we were in Delphi, wasted a lot of our time.
Both the archeological site of Delphi and Meteora are beautiful and full of history, definitely worth a visit.
Our 3-day trip to Delphi and Meteora was unforgettable! We loved the archeological sights in Delphi, the beautiful monasteries and view in Meteora, as well as all the extra details of the trip--nice people on the bus, great and knowledgeable guide, beautiful hotels, fantastic meals--especially the lunch at the seaside in Itea near Delphi!
Everything was amazing except the Hotel in Meteora was disappointing. The tours were well organized & we had two great guides - Joy in Delphi & Effie in Meteora. Drivers were incredible too, including Nik who stopped the bus to save turtles crossing the road. Hotel in Delphi was good - food good, service was great. Location was wonderful & spectacular views. Hotel in Meteora was disappointing. Wifi was terrible, zero sound buffering in rooms & loud, echoing hallways. Pool closed too early too (8 pm), which didn’t help us as we arrived just past 7 & then dinner was served. Hotel is also outside town, so nothing to do. Sheets are scratchy, as was the toilet paper! However, it seemed all worth it the next day when we went to the monasteries & were blown away by the breathtaking scenery. I would recommend this tour, just don’t have high expectations of the hotels.
I had arrived in Athens a few days before my traveling companions and so I decided to book this tour rather than hanging around Athens. The trip was well organised and it is a great way to see two of the most important sites in Greece. I did not feel rushed at all and there was even some spare free time to explore on my own. The Amalia Hotel in Delphi was beautiful and well located. The Amalia Hotel in Meteora is a much bigger and older establishment but perfectly adequate. The tour includes a drop off at the end and instead of traveling all around Athens I would suggest that you get off the bus near a Metro station and make your own way back to your hotel. Of course this would all depend upon the amount of luggage you have with you.
It was a great way to end my 3 week visit to Greece and the islands! I appreciated the constant communication prior to the trip, to help us reconfirm with the local tour operator CHAT Tours, and everything was clear. I was amazed by the beauty of the landscape and mountains throughout this tour, which was unexpected. Our tour guides (one in Delphi and another in Meteora) were fantastic and very knowledgable. I'm not normally one for big group tours, but everything was made easy, and I'm glad I chose the 3 day vs. the 2 day version of this trip, so that we had 24 hours in Delphi to explore additional sites and wander the village, have cappuccinos on patios overlooking the amazing views, and swim in the Amalia Hotel pool. It was well organized and admissions and entries to sites were handled for us. The downside was the long drive home, the volume of tour buses at these sites, and the busy rest stops. These are heavily visited UNESCO Heritage Sites, and I hadn't realized that, or the distances prior to the trip. It would have been handy to have a road map of Greece with me to track the journey and help me remember the little towns we went through.
Delphi and Meteora are truly amazing. There are just better ways to see them. Chat Tours and Amalia Hotels are under the same ownership, so these tours all use the Amalia Hotels. The hotel in Delphi is quite nice and conveniently located; the one near Meteora is far from town but adequate. Breakfast and dinner are at the hotel.The bus stops for lunch (you pay for this meal) at rest areas where many tour buses stop. Food included at the hotel is a buffet and not particularly good. The way this tour works is that you participate in the Delphi day tour until the middle of day one, then the bus drops you at the hotel and you are on your own in Delphi for twenty-four hours until you meet up with their four-day tour group and continue onward with that group to Meteora. Our tour guides were knowledgable though the Delphi guide was unclear on what exactly to do with the three day people. My conclusion at the end of the tour is that you may as well take the less expensive two-day tour and save the extra money that you spend to stay the day in Delphi. You might also look for a tour that has better food.
Gerald C, 2017-09-02
<p>Sites and guides were excellent. Food was good. Long bus rides in comfortable buses. On 3 day trip there is too much free time, two day better use of time or four day. Hotels were clean but very hard mattresses. Delphi and Meteora are sites not to be missed.</p>
<p>To summarize I would say a great tour - but not without flaws. Seating on the bus was somewhat chaotic - especially if you join the bus at the end of the pick up from your hotels - you end up sitting apart from your travel companion without any sympathy from the tour guide - worse was when we were shunted from Chats tours to another tour operator after the Delphi overnight stop - it ended up wasting hours of idleness . The Amalia hotels used on the tour was great - most outstanding was the hotel in Kalambaka as far as standards go but unfortunately very far out of town - impossible to walk to town, so one is very much confined to the hotel grounds. The sights on tour was great : Delphi visit was amazing although too short - great pity that there was no stop at the beautiful town of Arachova - it is a major oversight of the tour organizers to not include a stop-over here. Meteora is mind blowing - a must see for anyone visiting Greece. The tour and route from Delphi to Kalambaka Meteora includes beautiful mountain scenery. The stop at Thermopylae and the statue of Leonidas is very informative thanks to the great tour guide. Even with the flaws I would still recommend this tour with a 5-star rating.</p>
- A dress code is required to enter monasteries. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements
- Very important: Children aged 5 to 12 years old must hold passport or ID in order to get the discounted price. Otherwise they will pay entrance ticket to the Archaelogical sites or Museums.
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Your guide will give you your entry tickets to the sites and museums
- Port , airport or private apartment pickup are not available
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Most travelers can participate
- This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 45 travelers
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking