It was built in 1707 and was the only entrance to the town by land, always closing at sundown. There used to be a moat in front of it. The gate was demolished in 1897 and was recently reconstructed according to a study of its original form.
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.
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The hotel Adiandi is a new alternative for contemporary travelers. Perfectly combines aesthetics, comfort and functionality.
This property is 4 minutes walk from the beach. Housed in an old mansion, Kastello Guesthouse features elegant accommodation . It is located in one of the scenic alleys of Nafplio, between Syntagma Square and the starting point for climbing to Palamidi Castle.
Two parallel exhibitions are housed here annually from June until October regarding modern Greek art and ancient numismatic (coin) collections.
Metropolitan Church of Aghios Georgios.
One of the oldest and most important churches in the city. Built at the beginning of the 16th century, it was converted into a mosque by Turks, into a church again by Venetians and during the 2nd Turkish Occupation it became a mosque once more. Since 1822 it is an Orthodox Church. The paintings in western style date from the beginning of the 18th century.
The first Greek Military Academy was housed in this two-storey neoclassical building from 1828 until 1834. Since 1988 it houses the War Museum with collections (documents, weapons, maps) from the Greek Independence War until the 2nd World War.
Harmony Rooms in Nafplio (or Nafplion, A'Napli, Nauplie, Nauplio Nafplia, Navplion) is a new hotel (finished in June 2011) in the Argolida county of the Peloponnese with all modern amenities, a touch of luxury and spectacular, panoramic views of the whole of Nafplio across the sea including the castles of Bourtzi in the harbour, Palamidi high up on the hill and Acronafplia.