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Useful things to know about Nafplio
- Nafplio has had many different names over the course of its history beginning as Nauplia, a regional version of Nea Polis meaning new city and at one point being called Napoli de Romania
- It was the second capital of the First Hellenic Republic before it moved to Athens
- Today is it a busy seaport on the Peloponnese
- The city has virtually doubled in size since the 1970s with marshland being filled in and built over
Nafplio Mini Guide
Why is Nafplio so Popular?
The city is a great base for exploring the surrounding historical region of the Peloponnese and is in itself soaked in history. It has a very romantic feel about it with weathered stone buildings spilling countless colourful flowers into narrow alleys. There are many cosy tavernas with friendly proprietors and despite being a big port city, you’ll be made to feel you’re in a small traditional Greek village.
How do I get to Nafplio?
There are lots of airports near Nafplio but they’re all military or general aviation airports. The nearest international airport is in Athens but it means a drive of more than two hours to get to Nafplio. You can collect a car from Athens Airport or take the train to Nafplio and collect a hire car there.
What is There to See and Do in Nafplio?
Begin just by exploring the old city. The Nafplians are friendly and generous to a fault and you’ll be greeted warmly wherever you end up. Follow the winding alleys up into the heart of the old town and admire the architecture on the way. Due to its occupation, Nafplio has an Italian look and feel to it and you can discover more about this with a visit to one of the several museums in the city. The Archaeological Museum is the best and has the most extensive range but others such as the War Museum are equally fascinating if you have the time.