Delphi

Ι. Conference Centre
 

Main conference rooms

Konstantinos Karamanlis Amphitheatre
An amphitheatre with a capacity of 250 people, simultaneous translation system, and fixed audiovisual equipment.

Dionysos Hall
With large glass panels overlooking the gardens and patio, the hall has a capacity of 80-100 persons, simultaneous translation system and fixed audiovisual equipment. The fixed seating arrangement provides 38 positions for speakers around the table and seats in rows for the attendants and the participants.

Sikelianos Hall (former Gaitis Hall)
With large glass panels on both exterior walls, the room houses about one thousand old books from the personal library of Eva and Angelos Sikelianos. With a capacity of 15 people around a table for round table sessions and the possibility of converting the seating arrangements for 35-40 people.

Exhibitions Hall
Exhibitions and artistic presentations are hosted in an area of 100 sq.m. It can be converted in a meeting room with capacity of 60 persons.

Library
A library with books of general knowledge and emphasis on humanitarian and classical studies. It has around 5,000 books and magazines. The room can also host conferences for 25-30 people.

Other areas: Computer room and Secretariat - Reception

 

ΙΙ. Guesthouse

A modern hotel complex with 44 single/double rooms, one suite and rooms for guests with limited mobility (disabled), a restaurant for 150 people, a bar, a lounge and reception areas.
The building is structured on several levels with semi-open spaces, terraces, a bar, a lounge and a reception. There are also two small independent units with a total of 5 studios.
All rooms have view to the olive grove of Amfissa and the bay of Itea.

 

ΙΙΙ. Delphi open-air Theatre 

"Frynihos" Theatre

1. With capacity of 1,100 seats on two tiers, lined with local stone and stunning view over the bay of Itea. It has very good acoustics and excellent infrastructure for the installation of sound and lighting equipment. It features dressing rooms equipped with bathrooms and WC for the public.
The diameter of the orchestra is 14 m. and the usable space behind the orchestra is 46,70m. X 8.20m. Apart from theatre performances and other cultural events,  it can host the official opening of major conferences and symposia throughout the summer

2. A multipurpose Hall on the ground level of the open air theatre "Frynihos", 218 sq.m. (dimensions 28,35 Χ 7,70 m.), for exhibitions, dance, music and theatre workshops. It can also convert into a conference room with capacity of 300 seats or two conference rooms of capacity 120 and 100 seats respectively. 

The open air Theatre of Delphi was built by the Ministry of Culture / Directorate of Restoration of Modern and Contemporary Monuments. It was co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union with 75% and by the Greek State with 25%.