You will find us on Arvanitia street, just in front of the steps to Palamidi castle, in a fully renovated place. With extraordinary dishes to go with your beer, wine, drinks or cocktails along with carefully picked sounds of rock, funk and jazz. Open during the day for coffee, fresh juice and food.
Wir befinden uns auf der weg zur Arvanitia, genau vor den Stufen zum Palamidi, in einem völlig renovierten Raum. Mit aussergewöhnlichen Essensausswahlen passend zum Bier, Wein, Drink oder Cocktail und dazu nur das beste von rock, funk und jazz. Offen tagsüber für Cafe, frisch gepresstem Saft und Essen. .
Built in 1713 as a warehouse for the Venetian Navy, it became a military caserne. During the German Occupation it housed the German Interrogation Office and today it serves as an Archaeological Museum holding a rich collection of finds from prehistoric until roman times.
It is a single-naved church with a dome and was built in 1702. The first Greek Governor I. Kapodistrias was assassinated here in 1831. One of the two assassins was chased and lynched by the furious crowd. At the small square there are two Turkish fountains from the 18th century.
Xenon Café, is in the heart of Nafplio in Syntagma Square.
Located at the entrance of the hotel Xenon inn in a restored historic building in the city designed with relaxation in mind where the rooms are decorated with stylish furniture, wooden floors and painted ceilings that give the space a modern and also traditional atmosphere.
The peak of pleasure.
Greece, a piece of heaven !
It will be our pleasure to be your guide.
This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Located in the heart of Nafplio's Old Town, this charming traditional guesthouse lies within a short walk from the sea. Nafplio's main bus station is a few minutes' walk away and you can park in a free public car park nearby.
The old railway station of the city was constructed here in 1885 and was closed in 1963. Today within the park there is a rest area, a small open-air theatre and the Children's Museum with a shadow theatre.
Built in 1473, it served as a fortress until 1865. It became the residence of the executioners who carried out the death sentences in Palamidi prison. In 1935 it was converted into a hotel. Today there are regular boat-trips to the island.