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A slight air of neglect hangs over this park and its main buildings. Various trails pass through the overgrown woods. It is encompasses a couple of temple complexes which are reasonably well sign posted. Although, substantial funds have been poured into the site many buildings...More
I was just out walking whilst staying in Perama and came across the birthplace of Prince Philip! I didn't go into the house but I walked up to it and then had a lovely walk round the grounds. I really enjoyed it.
Spent 2 weeks in Kanoni and found that Mon Repos Palace was only a few stops away from our Corfu Holiday Palace hotel.
Had read that others had said the Palace was not in the best state of repair. It's true that the exteria could...More
We called in before catching a flight home to England. We had previously eaten there and had the buffet, however, we chose to eat of the Al la cart menu. The Cabonara was not as expected, it turned out to be a Fish roe Cabonara...More
We were interested in this museum as it was the birth place of Prince Philip the consort of Queen Elizabeth II.
It was an interesting museum that told the History of Corfu and its many rulers including the British but unfortunately very little about Prince...More
We visited here twice during our 2 weeks holiday. It is well worth a visit. One of the guides,Spiros, gave us lots of background information on the property which made it a very interesting visit. We wondered why Prince Philip isn’t referred to at all....More
Response from Earwigo321 | Reviewed this property |
Yes No 2 blue bus but you can walk there in about a 30 minutes from The Liston in the old town. Follow the promenade next to the bay past Corfu Palace Hotel then peel of to the right, a pleasant stroll