Audioguides for Greek Archaeological Sites?

Hi everyone,

I'm looking for some advice about audioguides in Greece - we can't afford to hire a private guide and we know many sights don't have official audioguides. We are going to use the RS tours for Athens, but wondering if there's anything out there for the big archaeological sites (Olympia, Delphi, Corinth, Mycenae, etc)? Found this one (Ellada guides??) online, but only see an Olympia tour on there.
Thank you!

Posted by janet
Philadelphia, PA, USA
651 posts

Linda, it used to be the case that there were few/no audio guides except for RS … but times change rapidly! I think it all depends on the search term you use for Google. I just now put in "Delphi Greece Audio Guide" and Voila! up came a website with ALL the audio guides you could want. Here it is: http://www.greeceaudioguides.com/sites == 10 audio guides for athens, 7 for greek mainland (including 3 for Delphi) and 9 for Pelops… including Corinth, Epidaurus, Mycenae & Olympia. Can't seem to find the cost per guide on the website, and its 800# seems always to be busy but have sent an e-mail inquiry. Unless they're awfully expensive, sounds like the answer you are seeking.

Posted by Linda77
2 posts

@Janet - thanks, I did see that site, but they don't actually have the audioguides listed (all Peloponnese sites "coming soon"). When I emailed them, the email came back as undeliverable.