The Hotel Acropole Delphi is situated in the middle of Filellinon Street in Delphi, Central Greece.
In Delphi, there are two major East-West streets that pass in opposite directions from the village’s east and west sides.
Filellinon Street passes in the same West/East direction as one of the main avenues.
The Hotel Acropole Delphi is located at 13, Filellinon Street, Delphi-Central Greece, midway along the street. There are two main East/West streets in Delphi which run in opposite directions from the East and West sides of the village. Filellinon street is located just below one of the main streets and runs in the same West/East direction.
Pass through the village, 200 meters at the end of the village take a left turn onto Filellinon street. The hotel is located on the right side of the street about 500m.
Route Description Center of Athens
You get UNDERGROUND Railway in the direction of Kifisia and get off at Kato Patissia or get TAXI to the bus station in Athens (located at 260, Liossion Street)
Take a bus to Delphi. The approximate cost of the bus is 12.60 Euros.
You will travel for approximately 3 hours. See bellow the timetable.
Arriving at the Delphi bus station, opposite there are steps going down Filellinon Street (the lower street of Delphi).
Take the steps down and turn left. The hotel is located 200m on the right side of the street.
From Olympia go to Patras on E 55, passing through Pyrgos.
Pass by Patra and after turn right to Rio. There is a bridge to cross from Peloponnese to Main Greece. The cost to cross the bridge is 10,70 EURO.
At the end of the bridge turn right to Nafpaktos and continue in the direction towards Delphi.
You will travel for approximately 100km from Nafpaktos towards Delphi, passing by Galaxidi and Itea.
From Kalambaka go in the direction of Lamia on E 65 (approx. 2 hrs).
You will pass Trikala and Karditsa.
Take the National Road to Athens (E 75) south for 15km.
Take the exit (right) for Delphi.
You will travel for approximately 80km towards Delphi, passing through Gravia and Amphissa.