Mount Olympus
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From Athens: Train Trip with Guided Tour to Mount Olympus

1. From Athens: Train Trip with Guided Tour to Mount Olympus

Be one with nature on this trip from Athens to Mount Olympus. Board a train to Katerini and see ancient and historical sites such as the site of Dion, the Platamon Castle, and the Bath of Zeus. Start your day by taking the morning train from Athens to Katerini. Be immersed in a scenic trip through mainland Greece and then meet your guide at the Litochoro station. Head over to the archaeological site of Dion where you will see where the ancient Greeks worshipped the gods of Olympus. Then, go back in time as you visit the grounds of the medieval Platamon Castle and marvel at the magnificent view of the Aegean Sea. Next, explore the natural landscape of Mount Olympus on your way to see the Bath of Zeus, which is found in the gorge of Enipeas. Finally, you will have some free time to discover the village of Litochoro and see the locals' lifestyle before boarding the train that will take you back to Athens.

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Enipeas: Mount Olympus Half-Day Hiking Tour with A Guide

2. Enipeas: Mount Olympus Half-Day Hiking Tour with A Guide

Embark on a 12-kilometer hike from Prionia through the gorge of Enipeas all the way to the village of Litochoro. Immerse in the mystical wonders of Mount Olympus with its entrancing waterfalls, dense nature and time-honored wooden bridges. Encounter the bathtub of Zeus, the Old Monastery of Agios Dionysios, and a hidden cave. Benefit from pickups from convenient meeting points in the Dion-Olympos area. Begin your tour at the parking lot of Prionia where your private minibus will drop you off. From there, enter the gorge of Enipeas and hike to the first point of interest, the bathtub of Zeus and its small waterfall. Continue your guided hike through the gorge of Enipeas, crossing over wooden bridges. Spot several small waterfalls on the way. Follow the trail all the way to the monastery of Agios Dionysios, the most important monastery in all of Pieria. Carry on your Enipeas tour with a visit to a set of twin waterfalls and a cave, found within the rock formations of Mount Olympus. This hike from has several ups and downs but is an easy trail to follow. Conclude the hike upon reaching Myloi in Litochoro.

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Dion-Olympus Private Tour from Thessaloniki

3. Dion-Olympus Private Tour from Thessaloniki

The Dion-Olympos tour will take you to the footsteps of Mt. Olympos; also known as the “Home of Gods”. First visit the ancient site of Dion, where the mythical Gods were worshiped. You will then have time for an optional lunch break. Later on, you will arrive in the village of Litochoro, where you will take a light walk. Enjoy a chance to breathe the fresh mountain air and admire the natural beauty, whilst walking through unspoiled forest of the Ainipeas Valley. Returning to Litochoro, you will have time to enjoy Greek coffee and visit the picturesque village. Early in the evening, you will return to Thessaloniki.

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What people are saying about Mount Olympus

The guide was nice and spoke well. We were rushing at the end to see Mount Olympus, and had little time there to explore or climb. The guide didn't have much to say about Olympus. Considering Mount Olympus was the selling point of the tour, it was unfortunate. Should go to Olympus first and then the side trips. The side trips were great, sure. Beautiful views and nice people. But I expected more time and history on Olympus.

We had some medical complications that occurred on our trip and Alexandria and her driver Uri(?) were amazing! They took good care of us and made sure we were taken care of and stayed by our side translating and being an overall supportive. Thank you all!

It was a very nice hike, but very long and the pass was firmly in the guide. He was very friendly, his name is George and he is a man of 63. We were picked up at the hotel and taken to the destination where we could start the walking tour.

It was a very great and dedicated tour with many wonderful impressions of the mountains. However, you shouldn't be completely unfit. Highly Recommended!

Wonderful hike, but quite exhausting in midsummer due to the heat. Great "care" from the very competent mountain guide.