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Athens-Delphi-Nafplio driving itinerary help

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We arrive in Athens around May 6 (after Easter) on our first trip to Greece. Have about 2 weeks total time. Two older adults. Will spend 2-3 days in Athens. I then plan to rent a car and drive to Delphi, perhaps spending one night to see it in the a.m. without tour crowds. We want to then drive to Nafplio, basing ourselves there for 5-6 days before heading to Ermioni/Hydra and possibly Poros. Will end up in Piraeus to drive back to Athens airport.

I am looking for suggestions about best routes and possible stops/side trips along the way, along with estimate driving times from place to place. We are mostly interested in "real" Greece and some (but not too much) archaeology. Thanks.

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