TRAVEL GUIDE TO PATRA
Find out everything about your holidays in Patra on our travel guide! Located on the northern side of Peloponnese, Patra Greece is the third-largest city in the country. This town gets busy due to its port that serves ferries schedules to the Ionian islands and Italy all year round. A place with a long history, Patra in Greece has many interesting sights to see, such as the Medieval Castle, the Roman Odeon and the church of Saint Andrew, protector of the town. The beach promenade is a lovely spot to stroll around and enjoy a coffee with sea view. Patra is famous for hosting the best Carnival in Greece with many events and a large costume parade. The nice beach resorts in the region are great for family holidays, while its central location is convenient for road trips to Olympia, Nafpaktos, Mesolongi, and Delphi.
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Patra is the third-largest town in Greece and has a busy port that serves ferries to the Ionian islands and Italy. Although the history of this town dates from ancient times, few ancient remains survive today, except for the Roman Oden. Most sights date from modern times, including elegant mansions in the city center. In the surrounding region, there are relaxing beach places for summer vacations, such as Rio, Psathopyrgos, and Vrahneika. Holidays in Patra can be combined with trips to other close destinations, like Olympia, Nafpaktos, and Mesolongi.
Patra Greece is located on the northern side of Peloponnese. This is the third-largest city in Greece and it has a very busy port, serving ferry itineraries to the Ionian islands and Italy. Patra is a town with a rich history and has many monuments, such as the Medieval Castle, the Roman Odeon and the large church of Saint Andrew. It is also famous for its vivid nightlife, restaurants and seaside cafeterias.
Patra town gets very popular in the Carnival Weekend, as it organizes the largest carnival parade in Greece. Its central location serves as a base for excursions to Olympia, Delphi, Nafpaktos, and Mesolongi. Beach hotels in the region provide nice places to stay for your Patra holidays.
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In a walking distance from the port of Patra is the large church of Saint Andrew (Agios Andreas), protector of the city.
On the hilltop above Patra, there is a strong Medieval Castle. This location gives panoramic view to the town and the Ionian Sea.
The beach promenade of Patra is lined up with many restaurants, cafeterias and shops. This is a lovely place for evening walks by the sea.
The Roman Odeon of Patra was excavated at the late 19th century and was recently restored. Now it hosts performances and concerts in summer.
The Achaia Clauss Winery was founded in the 19th century by Gustav Clauss of Bavaria, Germany, who was besotted with the natural beauty of the region.
The Archaeological Museum of Patras was recently inaugurated and it is the second biggest museum in Greece.