John's Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Aggeli Goviou 9, Khalkis, 341 00, Greece
John's Hotel
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Evvia (Evia, Euboea) Chalkida (Halkida) Stay or Go?

by saminderby

Hi All,

We are due to visit Chalkida for a wedding in June and have been booked in to the best western Lucy Chalkis, but wasnt sure if this was ok? Also, our flight back is 4 days after our friends wedding, she is from Chalkida and thinks we shoud stay on there for the rest of our holiday after they go back to the UK but her soon to be husband has seperatly reccomended that he thinks we should spend the rest of our holiday in Athens. Not wanting to cause a argument beween them I was looking for some independant advice please?

kind regards

Re: Evvia (Evia, Euboea) Chalkida (Halkida) Stay or Go?

by greekinspain

Hello! I think that Chalkida is beautiful but no need to stay there for four days. One day is fine (or two depanding how late goes the wedding party!!) You can spend the rest in Athens, especially if you haven´t visited before. So both in the couple are satisfied! Another choice would be to rent a car and drive around Evia which has a lot of beautiful places! In any case, enjoy!

Re: Evvia (Evia, Euboea) Chalkida (Halkida) Stay or Go?

by StefanosS

If you want vacations and relax, you can find many calm and beautiful resorts, beaches and villages in Evia. Just buy a map, rent a car and go! Athens is not the right place for vacations. If you are interested in ancient Greek civilization, then you will have a little hard time in Athens (hot and air-pollution), but it worths!

Travel Tips for Chalkis

The old bridge

by AndyRG

It joins Euboea to Sterea, the continental land in central Greece. It was first made in 540 (by wood) and renovated in 1858, 1894, 1962. It is the best point to observe the ebb and flow of the water, next to Euripus river.
Since 1992, a modern bridge is used by cars and makes the trip 15' shorter.


by AndyRG

Halkida looks like... Budapest, as it has been built between the two sides of Euripus sound, which divides the city in 2 parts. Except walking in these both sides (the best way to discover any city), you can visit the Archaeological Museum.

Chalkida and surroundings

by travelthrough

"Dreamy beaches and typically Greek flair"

This part of Greece is mainly visited by Greek tourists, most of them making holiday from Athens. I was there for Easter and I was given the chance to visit the Epitaphos-ceremony on Good Friday (Megali Paraskevi).
Chalkida's position is spellbinding, since this town is surrounded by the sea, linked to the shores via bridges, and built on a channel where the direction of the flow changes every 6 hours throughout the year. The promenade is picturesque and full of stylish & trendy cafes, meeting points for the Greek youth every night.

"Chalkis Beach Promenade (Paralia)"

Like a suburb of Athens...

by AndyRG

Chalkis (Halkida) is the capital of the prefecture of Euboea.
Euboea is a large island in the centre of Greece and Halkida is joined to the continental land by 2 bridges.

The city is 80 km north of Athens (55.000 inhabitants). Euripus sound is famous for the ebb and the flow which are interchanged all the time there.
Halkida is a lovable destination for Athenians, as it is near Athens and the city is interesting. It is the homeland of famous Greeks like Skaribas (poet), Skalkotas (composer), Makris (actor), Mitaras (painter)...


by Christianne

Chalkida is Evia's capital. Evia is the second largest island of Greece.
If you want to go there just take the Athens- Lamia highway. A bridge carries traffic across Evripos.
Visit the archaeological museum. You can admire the headless statue of the goddess Athena as well as the abduction of Antiope by Theseus.


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