If you are looking for an ancient theater that encompasses the genuine principles of architectural wonders in ancient Greece, then Delphi theater is a great place to be. Originally built in the 4th century BC, this theater has been restored and transformed quite many times. However, it has always remained a true masterpiece to admire and visit. With a strong connection to the Pythian Games, this has been the cultural center of the wider region for centuries. After all, Delphi was once called Pytho and is the home of Pythia, the great oracle in Greece.
Delphi Theater is made of limestone, traveling all the way from Mount Parnassus. It has a capacity of up to 4,000 spectators, conveniently seated over its 35 rows. From the theater, one cannot only see the stage with the lovely details. The view to the valley is purely majestic and therefore adds to the overall scenery. In the theater, all sorts of cultural events took place from antiquity. Theatrical performances, musical events and so much more, all these elements made the theater famous all over the country. And the site is filled with historic attractions, which offers a unique experience to the visitor.
It is needless to state that Delphi Theater is a World Heritage Site, open daily for the public from early in the morning at 8 to 3 in the afternoon. So make sure to squeeze it in during your stay in the Greek mainland. This is going to be a memorable day, along with all the other things to do and see in the area.