Delphi is an archaeological site and city in central Phocis, approximately 180 kilometers northwest of Athens. They were one of the most important sanctuaries and social centers of ancient Greek culture, and are considered one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. They were founded in the 8th century BC. and developed into a cultural center with a rich cultural and religious history as the most important Oracle of Ancient Greece was located there.
It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area includes archaeological sites and buildings, such as the Temple of Apollo, the Dome of Athena, the Ancient Theater, the Stadium and the Museum of Delphi. Nearby, one can visit Arachova and the ski center of Parnassos as well as Itea and Galaxidi.