West side of the hotel is the imposing bridge Rio-Antirio (CharilaosTrikoupis) which after cross, meet Patras (distance 31 km.)
Patras is the largest city in the Peloponnese, with 220,000 inhabitants, capital of the prefecture of Achaia and the third largest city of Greece. It combines exceptional beauty, long history and living tradition that make it interesting and unique. It has one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean linking Greece with Italy. In the city every year is the famous Carnival with an international reputation, known for his boundless enthusiasm, vitality and ceaseless fun enticing visitors.
The attractions of Patras worth to spend your time and browse through them is the Archaeological Museum of Patras, the Church of St. Andrew (the largest Byzantine church of the Balkans), the Medieval Castle, the Roman (ancient) Conservatory and the Roman Amphitheatre.
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