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Las mejores actividades en Argolis

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Teatro
“Theatrical performances are held during July. It is less than 1 hour drive, accessible by car or bus from Galatas.”
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Point of Interest
“The climb up 900 plus steps to the top of this historic fortress is worth it if you love stunning views. The Venetians built it in 1686. What’s fascinating is it was so well designed all attempts to conquer it were unsuccessful. Until the Greeks came and managed to take it over in 1822 during the Greek Revolution, surprising the world at the time. Independence was won against the Ottoman Empire. Greece was a new free state. Nafplio was named capital.”
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History Museum
“The Archaeological Museum is on Syntagma Square, in a Venetian building dating back to the 18th century.”
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Administrative Area Level 5
“The trip to Epidavros theater is very picturesque (about 50 minutes) and the theater it self well worth visiting. You can find a few very nice fish tavernas on the sea side”
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Museum
“The War Museum served as the first military school in Greece. Located on Amalias street. ”
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Beach
“For something close by, you can drive around the Palamidi Fortress and down the coast 10-15 minutes for a relaxing get away. It's a very shallow beach, but the water is clear and there are water sports to enjoy.”
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Restaurante
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“A Greek restaurant on a side street close to the harbour and town. A delightful place to dine with a good balance of traditional style cooking with a more contemporary style leading to great food and a positive local dining experience”
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Bar de playa
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“Actually, Blublanc is also open during the day as well and great for a meal and a glass of wine or beer. You can swim and make yourself comfortable for the day, and party there at night.”
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Premise
“The ancient theatre of Epidaurus is regarded as the best preserved ancient theatre in Greece and famous for its perfect acoustics. It was constructed in the late 4th century BC with a capacity of more than 12,000 spectators. GETTING TO THE EPIDAURUS THEATRE Epidaurus theatre is located within the archaeological site of the sanctuary of Asklepios in Palea Epidaurus, in the region of Argolis and is a two hour drive from Athens. Why Athens are offering special return transfers to the site on the days when performances are showing.”
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Route
“It's a fantastic views hiking trail but paved. Walking around the mountain, seaside, amazing views! When you start from the port, you can walk all around the mountain and come back into town through the base of the Palamidi fortress.”
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Beach
“Karathona beach is a gorgeous circular sandy cove just south of Palamidi castle hill (10-minute walk). It boasts a Blue Flag accreditation meaning its super clean and beautiful. ”
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Natural Feature
“Once again a long beach, this one is covered in fine gravel. Usually with quite few visitors, especially if you walk southeast. Also, nudism seems to be ok at the south-eastern part of the beach. The water in the northern part of the beach is quite deep, just after a couple of steps into the sea. The small white church that can be seen on the promontory, Ag. Nikolaos, can be visited by wading or swimming there.”
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Establishment
“The low hill of Tirynth, in the 8th kilometer of road Argos-Nafplio, was continuously inhabited from the Neolithic Age to Late Antiquity. In prehistoric times, the area flourished mainly during the early and late Bronze Age. In the second phase of the EH era (2700-2200 BC) a major centre with dense population and a unique construction circular building, 27 meters in diameter, must have been here on top of the hill.                    During the Late Bronze Age, Tiryns fortified hill gradually and surrounds within the "Cyclopean" walls of the palace complex and other buildings used primarily by the ruling class as places of worship, warehouses and workshops as well as residences. In historical times, Tiryns, although it should have been in the form of an organized political community, could not compete with Argos, which destroyed it, in the first half of the 5th century, exiling its inhabitants. Opening hours for the Archaeological Site: Monday - Sunday 8:00 to 20:00”
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Point of Interest
“This is the main bus station where you can buy tickets for most travels in Greece.”
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Restaurante griego
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“Ample servings of homemade delights in a convivial restaurant adorned with antique oddments. The mezedhes (appetisers) – zucchini balls, feta with honey, tzatziki etc – are particularly good. As are the meat dishes, including the slow cooked pork belly. If meat isn't your thing, it has some fabulous contemporary-style salads as well. Details: Olgas 1 Tel: 27520 25944 Hours: 1pm-late Fri-Wed”
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Espacio para eventos
“A good place for food, coffee, drinks and also it has many events and exhibitions though the year”
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