Katakolo: Olympia Archaeological Site Shore Excursion
- Admire the ruins of the first ever Olympic Games
- See the spot where the Olympic flame is lit every four years
- Snap photos of the ancient track and field course
- Enjoy a professional transfer service during which you can ask any questions you may have
Next, head to the Temple of Zeus which is located near the stadium. Marvel at the ruins of this ancient site, constructed in the 5th-century BC. Your next stop is the Temple of Hera, one of the oldest temples in Greece. Here you can admire the statue of Hermes and see the spot where the Olympic flame is lit every four years.
Finally, head to the Olympia Museum. Admire several antiquities from different periods and artifacts from excavations of the surrounding area. See statues such as the statue of Nike Paionios and Hermes of Praxiteles. At the end of the tour, get dropped off back at your cruise terminal in time for your ship departure.
- Cruise terminal pickup and drop-off
- Professional driver
- Local guide
- Photo opportunities
- Entrance fees
- Food or drink, which can be purchased at a café
- Gratuities (15-20% of the tour cost for the guide is recommend)
- Pregnant women
- People with back problems
- People with mobility impairments
- People with heart problems
- Wheelchair users
- People with respiratory issues
- People with epilepsy
Prepare for the activity
Upon debarkation, please proceed through the cruise terminal and exit through the security area. The tour representative will be waiting for you between the post office and public toilets outside the security area.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Passport or ID card
- Comfortable shoes
- Sun hat
- Weather-appropriate clothing
- Luggage or large bags
- Unaccompanied minors
• Please wear comfortable, seasonal weather appropriate clothing and walking shoes.
• Guests must be able to get in and out of transportation with ease.
• This tour is not recommended for those with any mobility issues as you will be walking over uneven surfaces and varied ground conditions.
• This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
• Please note that lunch is not included on this tour, but food is available for purchase at the location.