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Friday, 08 March 2013 16:24

Exploring Corfu A Town Walking Tour

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One of the greatest things about Corfu is that there’s so many interesting and exciting locations packed into confined areas. You may just be out walking around looking for a bite to eat and then come across multiple gorgeous structures and historic buildings.

view of Corfu old town from New Fortress

Corfu is certainly a dream location for anyone who wants to pack a lot of sight-seeing in without having to travel all over the region. With so many great spots packed into one location, it’s easy to come up with a memorable walking tour that will fill your mind and camera with all the beauty that Corfu has to offer.


What Can I Expect to See?

The Old Town of Corfu

If it’s one thing that Corfu has going for it, it’s the diversity of its attractions. You can walk around the old villages that are packed full of history and learn about the past of how they operated. There are usually many museums within these old villages that make it easy to learn about the history. Within these villages you’ll also see some of the beautiful architecture that has been standing for centuries. While you’re there you’ll also have the pleasure of taking in the magnificent scenery that ranges from beautiful beaches to majestic mountains.


Which Places Should We Walk Through?


This is entirely up to you, and there’s really no wrong choice with all of the options available, but some of the more popular walking tours go through the esplanade areas that are surrounded by large bodies of clear and beautiful water. It’s typically a good idea to plan your walking tour to close through some of the old villages as well. A great place to walk through is the Church of Antivouniotissa which also offers a lot of learning at the Byzantine Museum that is located within it.


How Much Will I Have to Spend?

One of the great things about taking a walking tour is that it’s relatively inexpensive. If you do all of the planning on your own ahead of time you can expect to spend nothing. If you’re not exactly familiar with the area, it may be a good idea to consult the advice from a local or a travel agency, but that’s certainly not necessary. Because Corfu is full of so many attractions, you might want to plan a trip that covers as much as possible and a travel guide will be able to help you do this.

Corfu 2010

Corfu is a beautiful place that has a huge number of benefits to offer. From the gorgeous pebbly beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see, to the heavenly mountain tops that seem to extend into the stars; Corfu is a great place to put your stresses aside and really spend some quality time. Walking tours will allow you to experience this beauty without the hustle and bustle of the city.

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