Visited Dalos and the Avenue of Lions is one of the Historical sites you can see in the island, I have always wanted to see it and was glad that I made the trip to the island. I would definitely recommend doing the tour of...More
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the real ones are in the delos museum- the ancient buildings are of greatr interest as are the sculptures of people which are far more realistic than the lions.
I just loved the avenue of lions when we walked past them. I could just imagine myself walking past them when the port existed. The lions on the site are replicas but you can see the original lions up close in the museum on site....More
Incredible place to visit and interesting to know the history behind these. The replicas are outside, but you are able to visit the original lions in the museum
An absolute MUST see if you are on Mykonos. Blue Star Ferries have a boat which leaves daily at 10am from Mykonos City port and takes 30 minutes to reach the island of Delos. Cost is 23 EUROS for a return trip and the boat...More
The Avenue of the Lions have replicas only of the lions since the lions are inside the museum already and one was taken by the Venetians and its head replaced!!! It is already part of the Delos tour so one might as well get to...More
Don't miss this historical opportunity ... it's like walking through the pages of a textbook. Arrive early, leave as late as you can ... but don't miss the ferry out!
To see the Lions of Delos, take a left sightseeing path which goes towards the Sanctuary of Apollo, and past it there is the Terrace of the Lions, with 4 sculptures of large lions standing in the sun. Path goes further towards the Sacred lake,...More
I thought that this would be my stand-out area of Delos, although now having been, the House of Masks and its beautiful mosaics is tough competition for the magnificent lions. I do love these lions and marvel at their sculpting in the ancient time they...More