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Mon Repos Palace

Analipsis Hill, Corfu Town, Greece
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US$ 47.85*
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Shore Excursion: Leisurely Small-Group Tour of Corfu
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US$ 330.37*
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Private Tour: Paleokastritsa and Corfu Town
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Analipsis Hill, Corfu Town, Greece
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Reviewed 2 days ago

If you are interested to see where Prince Phillip was born then go, it is a lovely old house the grounds are calm and tree lined, so offer shade from the hot sun. We walked from Corfu Town which we really enjoyed looking at looking...More

Thank sunshine123Essex
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We walked around the gardens which are free and walked down to the beach. The palace is old of course, but we did not pay to get inside. You can get there on the No 2 bus.

Thank Catherine G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Easy to get to, depending where you stay. Walk from Mon Repos hotel, local bus from town, taxi or hire car. Good grounds for a walk with plenty trees affording shade, museum entry 4euros, interesting wander with a lot of information and history.

Thank Graeme M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Certainly worth a stop on the hop-on hop-off red bus route to stroll through the cool of the trees in the palace grounds (free entry to grounds) to the 5th century Doric temple ruins and back.

Thank BruceRYeovil
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went to this villa during a visit to Corfu, it was built originally for high commissioner, Frederick Adam between 1828 and 1831. The villa is now owned by the municipiality and is used as an archeological museum. It is a very interesting place to...More

Thank B7152FJpeterw
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is where Prince Phillip was born, a very nice small palace, nice walk up to it through the gardens, it has wonderful views to the sea.

Thank LittleTerrier00
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This modest villa where Prince Philip was allegedly born on the dining room table (apparently deemed an appropriate place to give birth ) nearly 96 years ago is a lovely unspoilt little gem tucked away on the hillside surrounded by wooded grounds. Very peaceful and...More

Thank Janejones56
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is the best hotel I have ever stayed at, the food is excellent,the staff are amazing and so helpful and friendly,the location is perfect,I would recommend it 100%.

Thank Carol B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Included as part of our coach tour to Corfu Town. Rundown building - certainly not up to National Trust standards! Most rooms empty, a few exhibits, we were told the lift didn't work (although the lights were on). The grounds were pleasant, but overall not...More

Thank DJW133
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The best thing about this place is the walk through the grounds to the palace. Once inside it's very tired and there's barely anything to see. I wouldn't recommend a visit unless you were really desperate for things to do.

Thank TheRelfster
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Clarissa S
What time does it open?
11 June 2017|
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Response from Janejones56 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure but we were there by 9.30am so must be fairly early
Can you get there by bus?
18 October 2015|
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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