Take in the View from the Theater of Delphi
Just up the hill from the Temple of Apollo is the Theater of Delphi which provided audiences with an incredible view of the entire sanctuary and valley below. Built in the 4th-century BC, it has 35 rows that could accommodate some 5,000 spectators who in ancient times enjoyed music events, poetry readings and plays here during festivals. It was primarily used for musical competitions that were part of the Pythian Games. Follow the tier to the west and ascend to the highest level where you’ll be in what’s know as the best surviving stadium of antiquity in the entire country.