Spiti Nikos Apartments Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Danilia, Greece
Spiti Nikos Apartments Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 13% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families60
  • Couples100
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Travel from Rome to Corfu

by ellemoh

I want to meet some friends in Corfu while I am travelling in Italy. Is it easier (cheaper/travel time?) to fly from Rome to Corfu or find my way to Brindisi then take the ferry to Corfu.

Elle

Re: Travel from Rome to Corfu

by qaminari

If you COULD fly, it would be the easiest way to go, however unless something has changed, there are no direct (scheduled, anyway) flights from Rome to Corfu, you would have to go via Athens. Of course there might be flight-only deals with package holiday companies taking Italians on holiday to Corfu that I don't know about.

Travel from Rome to Corfu

by INSULARIUS

For the time being, there are no scheduled flights from Rome to Corfu!The Italians prefer to travel to Greece massively from 15 July to 15 August, so in that period it would be easier to find a charter flight.

For the current period, the only way would be to travel by train to Bari and from there to catch any of the boats to Corfu and Patras.

I hope to have been of assistance.

Re: Travel from Rome to Corfu

by Tdiver

I took the train and ferry a few years ago. You can look at the countryside whilst going to Brindisi, which isn't a salubrious area. If you can arranged your ferry ticket in advance then get a train which limits your stay in Brindisi all the better. Take some food with you for the overnight crossing and if possible get an internal ticket or else you'll be on deck all night and if on deck try to get in front of the funnels as the soot will get everything black.There are faster ferries, all below
http://www.greekislands.gr/strintzis/brindisi.htm
http://www.ferries.gr/agoudimos/brindisi.htm
http://www.directferries.co.uk/brindisi_corfu_ferry.htm
Italian trains
http://www.trenitalia.it/en/index.html

Travel Tips for Corfu Island

Marathias Beach

by DeYo

This beach is in no tourist guides we saw at the Corfu, but it's very nice sandy beach in the south of the island. Plus on the day we've been there, there was a reggae festival with couple of local bands playing. Also the DJ was playing the entire day so the atmosphere at the beach was great.

Byzantine Fortress,Gardiki

by mickeyboy07

Situated five to six miles from Agios Georges is this Byzantine Fortress from the 13th century, quite hidden from the main road and up a little few side streets,unfortunatly not a lot remains and its not in very good condition but worth a look anyway.There is no entry fee,just park up at small car park and go in.

ACHILLION –the gardens

by mindcrime

Ok, the Achilion is interesting as a small museum but the best part of Achillion are the gardens. Achilion was built here due to its great location on top of a mountain with great view down the sea. Empress Sisi was obsessed with Greek language, monuments and history/mythology. That’s why she had several different statues of that era everywhere in the place.

Achilles must be one of her favorite figures, I saw some paintings(pic 2) of him when we walked at Peristilio with Ionic columns and several statues(pic 1). The most impressive is the statue of Achilles thniskon(dying), a sculpture that represents that last moments of Achilles(pic 3). We kept going our stroll in the gardens, we noticed the statue of Lord Byron(pic 4) and of course, the most popular statue is the huge one of Achilles at the edge of the garden (pic 5)

The entrance fee is 7 euros

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