Formed the walled settlement of Nafplio since ancient times and was given its final form by Franks and Venetians. In 1686 Venetians forbade the habitation in Acronafplia and transferred the population. In 1926 the notorious prison of Palamidi was relocated to Acronafplia and was finally demolished in 1970-71 to build Xenia Palace Hotel.
In the central square of Nafplio you will find Gyrokomeio, with delicious dishes of excellent quality and the best prices.
One stop at Elatos Tavern is an ideal choice for those of you who wish to combine your stay in Nafplion with an unforgettable experience in the realm of taste. Every dish is a unique dining experience !
It dates from 1713 and allowed easy access from the Acronafplia castle to the town.
The square was named after Ioannis Kapodistrias, the first governor of modern Greece. His marble statue was placed on the square in 1932.
It was founded in 1951 and holds 70,000 volumes, the oldest dating from 1504. A lending library and a reading room are available.
It was the most important road in the city in the 19th century. Along its sides there are still preserved houses from that period.
Founded in 1974, it received the European Museum of the Year Award in 1981. Its collection includes costumes, uniforms, jewelry and pottery. In the museum shop one can find exhibit copies, books, cds, posters, cards and other gifts.
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.
This property is 6 minutes walk from the beach. Set in the old town of Nafplio, in the area of Psaromachalas, Bonne Nuit Pension offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and views over the charming surroundings. It has a common veranda overlooking the islet of Bourtzi.