Easter Patras Greece summer 2020
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Airotel Patras Smart, Patras

Airotel Patras Smart

Patras, Patras, Greece

  • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
  • No transport provided
Hotel Tzaki, Patras

Hotel Tzaki

Patras, Patras, Greece

  • Hotel with parking  
  • No transport provided
Byzantino Hotel, Patras

Byzantino Hotel

Patras, Patras, Greece

  • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
  • No transport provided
Hotel Maison Grecque, Patra Rio

Hotel Maison Grecque

Patra Rio, Patras, Greece

  • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
  • No transport provided
Hotel Mediterranee Patras, Patras

Hotel Mediterranee Patras

Patras, Patras, Greece

    • No transport provided
    Hotel Poseidon Palace, Patras

    Hotel Poseidon Palace

    Patras, Patras, Greece

    • Hotel near beach  
    • No transport provided
    Hotel Astir, Patras

    Hotel Astir

    Patras, Patras, Greece

      • No transport provided
      Hotel Adonis City, Patras

      Hotel Adonis City

      Patras, Patras, Greece

      • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
      • No transport provided
      Airotel Achaia Beach Hotel, Patras

      Airotel Achaia Beach Hotel

      Patras, Patras, Greece

      • All Inclusive  
      • No transport provided
      City Loft Boutique Hotel, Patras

      City Loft Boutique Hotel

      Patras, Patras, Greece

        • No transport provided
        Patras Smart, Patras

        Patras Smart

        Patras, Patras, Greece

          • No transport provided
          Adonis City, Patras

          Adonis City

          Patras, Patras, Greece

            • No transport provided

            Abount Patras

            Patras

            Patras is the largest city and main port of the Peloponnese. The city was founded in 1100, but grown into an important port in Roman times. After the Second Crusade became the site of a Roman Catholic archbishop. In 1408 the town was under the rule of Venice, and in 1460 returned to the hands of the Turks, who destroyed it in 1821. It was then rebuilt in neo-classical style with stacked rectangular streets.
            Every spring the city hosts one of the most colorful carnivals in Europe. It includes parades with giant satirical figures in assisting thousands of visitors. Patras is famous for supporting the development of local culture and urban literature; was the European Capital of Culture in 2006.