Hotels in Town
Conveniently located in the heart of Corfu Town, Porta Spilea Boutique Apartments offers accommodation in elegantly furnished apartments with a traditional style that overlooks the historic part of Corfu Town. Their luxurious atmosphere is combined with excellent amenities for an unforgettable ...
Siora Vittoria Boutique Hotel is housed in a fully restored building that dates back to the 19th century. With its authentic atmosphere, the hotel will introduce you to the elegance of the Venetian style, while also providing a warm and cozy ambience. Various local monuments are within a short ...
The luxurious Divani Corfu Palace is located in the beautiful Kanoni, a place of unique beauty with green hills and majestic lagoon views. The 4 star hotel is a short drive away from Corfu centre, close to tourist attractions, cultural events and vivid nightlife. It offers elegant guestrooms and ...
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Reviews of Town, Corfu
Peter 19 Oct 2020Ferry BoatWe sailed across to mouse island on the little ferry boat and the man that took us across was so nice he made our day with his friendliness, we had a great day in the area, thanks again to our ferry captain.
Guest 13 Nov 2018At last!!After a complete renovation and many delays in opening the Archaeological Museum of Corfu has finally reopened its doors.
Not huge but an interesting, well documented series of exhibits.
Well worth a visit.
vasilikiang 20 Apr 2011Best view in townProbably the most impressive view from all cafes in Town. View to the sea, the old fortress and the opposite mountains of the mainland. After a tiring day of sightseeing in the town, have a seat in the outdoor paved yard of Aktaion and enjoy your coffee. It works as a bar at nights, but in the daytime you will enjoy it better.
bethth 03 Apr 2009Have your coffee at ListonCorfu Town will remind you of Venice is many corners. This is actually not surprising as the Venetians built it following their architecture. Walk along the narrow paths, visit the many churches you will find on your way, get into the museums, enjoy the sunset from the highest point of the old fortress. A coffee at Liston is a must, this is probably the most photographed place in Corfu town. I was impressed that there is a gorgeous cricket ground right next to Liston, but they told me that this is a remain from the British rule in the 18th century.