Amfitriti Pension

24 Kapodistriou str, Nauplion, Peloponnese, 211 00, Greece
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Napflion to Piraeus

by allantan

Hi there

Is there any direct bus from Napflion to Piraeus?
I am planning to take a ferry down to Santorini and I will need to reach Piraeus by 9am..


Re: Napflion to Piraeus

by Amymoni

You can take the first bus to Athens, which according to KTEL Argolidas web site leaves at 6 am (7:30 Sat + Sun). You'll be in Athens by 8. Get off the bus by Eleonas Metro station, take the metro to Monastraki and change there for Piraeus.
Can you get there by 9? If your lucky...

Re: Napflion to Piraeus

by Amymoni

Rechecking Ktels web site, I see the first Mon - Fri bus leaves at 5:10. which should give you enough time :-)

Re: Napflion to Piraeus

by Rachel972

If you're staying long enough in Nafplion ask personally at the bus station. If there is any doubt, you have to stay a night in Athens or Piraeus or take a taxi. That's quite a distance. Ask for the price, it may be worth saving that night stay.

We got much wrong information, not only from timetables but also from the Patras KTEL about the Nafplion buses.

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Practical Information #1

by sunshine9689

Calling from Greece to US (using Greek public phone): 001 xxx xxx xxxx
Calling from Greece to US (using mobile phone): +1 xxx xxx xxxx
Calling from US to Nafplion: 011 -30- 0752 0 - xxxxx

Emercency - 100
Town Hall - 27520 23766
Tourist Information Office - 27520 24444
Police Headquarters - 27520 21536
Tourist Police - 27520 28131
Fire Brigade - 27520 27222
Port Police - 27520 27022
Customs - 27520 27401
Post Office - 27520 24230
Nafplio General Hospital - 27520 27309
Bus Station - 27520 27323
Railway Station - 27520 26400
War Museum - 27520 25591
Folk Museum - 27520 28379
Archaelogical Museum - 27520 27502


by LoriPori

A lovely seaside town, with its picturesque harbour, NAFPLIO is on the Peloponnese Peninsula and dominated by three citadels - Palamidi Fortress, the Akronafplia Fortress and Bourtzi Fortress. Located in the Prefecture of Argolida and 145 km ( 90 miles ) southwest of Athens. For several years after the Greek War of Independence ( 1821 to 1828 ) Nafplio was Greece's first Capital.
I was absolutely in awe of this lovely town, with its elegant Venetian homes and neoclassical civic buildings. It so reminded me of the Spanish town of Marbella, with its cobbled streets and balconies overflowing with vines of bouganvillia. Getting there. From Athens, head south to the Corinth Canal. Stop at Mycenae en route. Take the new Corinth - Trilolos Road as far as Argos limit. Leave your car in the large municipal parking lot by the harbour ( no charge ).

The two parts of the city

by Christianne

The city consists of two parts: the old part which is gorgeous and the new part which is not of big interest as it usually happens with the new part of every city.
The old part has many Venetian buildings, neoclassical mansions and narrow beautiful streets.

The dreaming scene of Nafplio

by vago1

Nafplio is a town - civilization. Nafplio is of the most tourist location of Greece, with tourist movement all the year. The old medieval and neoclassic town, with the stoned roads, the wooden balconies, the ancient fountains the square of Fundamental with the old Turkish Hamam (today cinema-theatre) and Cafe, the everywhere present of Palamidiou to offer you a beautiful felling of security - not from the enemy, but anything it is truth and not to your dream, give you all these the impression of a dreaming scene.

Nauplius and Palamedes in Greek mythology

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Nauplius was the son of the god Poseidon. This Nauplius founded Nauplia (Nafplio).
In Greek mythology, Palamedes was the son of Nauplius. More famous Nauplius was a great-great-grandson of his namesake, the founder of Nauplia. Like Nauplius I, Nauplius II also ruled over Nauplia (although other accounts say he ruled in Euboea).

Agamemnon sent Palamedes to Ithaca to retrieve Odysseus, who had promised to defend the marriage of Helen and Menelaus. Odysseus stopped working and revealed his sanity. Odysseus never forgave Palamedes for sending him to the Trojan War. When Palamedes advised the Greeks to return home, Odysseus accused him of being a traitor and forged false evidence and found a fake witness to testify against him. Palamedes was stoned to death (Palamidi is the name of a hill and a fortress at it).

Consequently, Nauplius swore revenge against King Agamemnon and the other Greek leaders. When the Greeks were sailing home from Troy after the close of the war, Nauplius lit beacon fires along the perilous coastline of Euboea, and many ships were shipwrecked as a result. Before this point, he also convinced many of the lonely wives of the Greek commanders to be unfaithful to their husbands, and to conspire against them.


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Address: 24 Kapodistriou str, Nauplion, Peloponnese, 211 00, Greece