Palace of St. Michael & St. George

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Corfu: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Corfu: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

With your day pass for this hop-on hop-off tour you’ll learn about Corfu's history and the city’s top attractions with the aid of multi-lingual commentary available in 8 languages. On the 60-minute Kanoni route you’ll pass by most of the city’s landmarks and monuments. Your ticket gives you the flexibility to explore the city's sights at your leisure and at your own pace. Sights you’ll see include the Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Old Fortress and New Fortress, and the Palace of St. Michael and St. George. Admire the Venetian mansions and the water-colored buildings with their characteristic ochre color. See Pontikonisian Island the Panagia Vlaherna Monastery. Explore the many alleyways and narrow streets, gardens, and beautiful squares such as Bosketo and Spianada. Admire the architecture of the churches, theaters, museums, and imposing mansions. In the commercial center you’ll find many unique shops, as well as numerous cafés, bars and restaurants. Tour Stops: Kanoni Tour Stop 1 - Corfu New Port - Main Gate Stop 2 - Mon Repo Palace Stop 3 - Kanoni Stop 4 - Anemomylos Stop 5 - Spianada Square Stop 6 - Spilia Square Stop 7 - Old Port Achilleion Tour Stop 1 - New Port Stop 6 - Spilia Square Stop 3 - Gastouri Square Stop 4 - Achilleion Palace Stop 5 - Perama Stop 5 - Spianada Square Stop 7 - Old Port

Corfu: Shared Group or Private Food Walking Tour

Corfu: Shared Group or Private Food Walking Tour

Meet your food-loving guide at the Old Fortress in Corfu Town and set off on a delicious Private Food Walking tour. Your Corfu culinary adventure starts with a traditional Greek breakfast in a small, family-run bakery in the heart of Corfu Town. Taste the most delicious Greek pies including cheese pie and "mpougatsa" (Greek custard pie with "phyllo") accompanied by a refreshing Gingerbeer - Corfu's most popular soft drink and a legacy of the British! With your local guide at your side, stroll the maze of narrow alleys of Corfu Town, soak up the city's vibrant atmosphere and glance at the city through the eyes of a local! Taste the famous kumquat sweets and liqueur - Corfu’s signature drink - and stop at a traditional grocery store to try local cold cuts including "noumboulo fumicado" - Corfu’s famous smoked pork filet - along with a mix of Greek cheeses. Along the way, you will also have the chance to discover the history behind the top attractions of Corfu including the Old Fortress, the Palace of St. Michael and St. George, the Liston, the Town Hall, the Jewish Quarter. Head next to Corfu’s food market, immerse in its vivid ambiance, discover local products and watch how Corfiots do their everyday shopping. As you walk around the Town, your guide will uncover the secrets of Greek cuisine and share fascinating insights into the city's culinary heritage! Continue your tour with a delicious lunch in a local tavern in the heart of Corfu Town! Indulge in Corfu’s favourite recipes including "sofrito" and "pastitsada", along with a glass of ouzo! Lunch will be filling but there is also some room for dessert! Round off your tour with the most delicious ice cream in Corfu's most renowned pastry shop! Finish your tour with a full stomach, a great understanding of Corfu’s history & culture and hundreds of wonderful memories.

Corfu Highlights Shore Excursion: Paleokastritsa & Town

Corfu Highlights Shore Excursion: Paleokastritsa & Town

Meet your tour guide in Corfu cruise port, hop on your air-conditioned vehicle and get ready to enjoy a thrilling Shore Excursion of Corfu’s top places: Paleokastritsa Beach & Corfu Town. Visit the stunning Paleokastritsa beach, renowned for its mesmerising landscape and its crystal clear waters. End your shore excursion by exploring the true gem of Corfu Old Town - a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site. Ideal tour for shore excursion passengers. The world-famous coastline of Paleokastritsa is your first stop in this Corfu Shore Excursion. Paleokastritsa is renowned across the Mediterranean for its stunning, rocky-formed bay as well as its picturesque hillside and waterside vistas. At the hilltop, you will find the charming 13th-century monastery of the Virgin Mary, set amid colorful gardens and offering breathtaking views of the wider region. Prepare your cameras and capture an once-in-a-lifetime scenery. Next, visit the beach where you will take a boat ride to the well-known caves which “rise" out of the crystal clear seas. (extra cost: 10-15 euros per person) Simply soak in the enchanting natural beauty of this breathtaking shoreline; it will leave you speechless. Embark your cozy, air-conditioned vehicle and drive to Corfu Town, the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your professional tour guide will share with you every little detail that you need to know regarding this cultural Corfu Shore Excursion. Meander through the maze of the narrow pavements, also known in Corfiot dialect as “Kantounia”, and explore the top landmarks of Corfu Old Town, such as the Old Fortress, the Liston Promenade, the Palace of St. Michael and St. George, or the St. Spyridon church, which houses the relics of the island's patron saint. Get astonished by the Venetian architecture depicted in the old building, tiny churches and secret gardens, and enjoy a fresh gelato while wandering in Spianada Square; the biggest one in Balkan Peninsula. Choose your favorite Corfu specialties from the many souvenir shops, or simply rest, unwind, and savor the traditional delights!

The Durrells in Corfu Town

The Durrells in Corfu Town

The famous Durrell family lived on the island for several years. The distinct personalities of the family members, their different habits, their controversial stories, their relationship with the locals and their experiences in the Old Town of Corfu unfold before your eyes. Through an experiential tour of the streets, shops and places in the city where the Durrells lived, you can really feel the essence of My Family and other Animals, the famous book by Gerald Durrell. Walk with us to discover the secret corners where the scenes of the famous TV series were shot in Corfu Town! As unbelievable as it may seem, traces of the famous family can still be seen on site after so many decades. Thank you!

Corfu Town: Express Cultural Walking Tour

Corfu Town: Express Cultural Walking Tour

Follow us on a journey through time, via gardens, monuments and buildings in the Old Town of Corfu! First stop is the beautiful garden of the Durrells (Bosketo Garden). Here there will be a storytelling session recounting many tales of the Durrell’s exploits and adventures on the island. Then admire the British Palace of St Michael and St George, relax in the flowering gardens and maybe even fall in love…it is the ultimate meeting place for lovers. Walk with us along the French street of Liston, the most popular pedestrian street of Corfu. Admire the imposing square with its many cafes and see the socialites enjoying their daily gossip. Admire the richly decorated Orthodox church of Agios Spyridon, the patron saint of Corfu and reportedly a miracle worker. If you are lucky, you may see his holy relic, which is worshipped by Corfiots on many occasions throughout the year. Walk with us through the city’s mysterious and romantic sidestreets and alleyways but be careful not to get lost. It is quite easy to lose your bearings and go around in circles in the warren of little streets. Don’t worry though, wherever you end up, the Corfuting team will be nearby. Last stop is the Town Hall Square, the main square of the city during the 400 years as a Venetian protectorate. Admire Corfu’s unique baroque building, the San Giacomo, built in 1669 as a meeting hall for Venetian officials, and converted in 1720 into a lyrical theatre. All the great opera performances of Europe were presented here until 1903 when a larger theatre was built as the San Giacomo was not sufficient for the ever-increasing number of spectators. You have just enjoyed a small but concentrated taste of the city and culture of Corfu. Thank you!

Stories of Food and Culture of the Old Town of Corfu

Stories of Food and Culture of the Old Town of Corfu

In this tour we reveal the secrets of the city! Starting in the Durrells’ lush green garden, you’ll hear stories of the famous family in the place where they lived. Then join us on a walk around the exterior of the impressive British Palace of St George and St Michael. This is where the British Commissioner of the Ionian Islands lived and where the Senate met. Walk with us along the French street of Liston, the popular pedestrian street where the heart of the city beats. Admire the architecture, so reminiscent of the Rue de Rivoli in Paris. Smile at the island’s socialites enjoying their daily gossip. Come with us through what has been the city’s most central street for 600 years. Climb the steps of the Orthodox church of St. Spyridon and enter the silent interior. The venerable relic of Corfu’s patron saint and miracle-worker lies in its luxurious urn, which is still opened today from time to time. Walk up the city’s most commercial street for at least 400 years, since the bourgeoisie started to do business in the city. See the building of the first lyrical theatre in Greece. See in your minds eye the prima donna being transported to the stage on the portantine and travel mentally to the sound of the great composers of Europe through the heart of Corfu. During the tour, you will discover local secrets through the tastes and smells of the city. Taste the products, dishes, desserts that the locals eat every day. Drink a toast with local wine. Listen to the sounds of the city, the bells, the birds, the speeches and maybe a trombone through a window playing its tune.

Stories of battles in the Old Fortress of Corfu

Stories of battles in the Old Fortress of Corfu

The Old Town of Corfu with its two Forts is a Unesco World Heritage Monument. Its architecture in relation to defence make it a unique example with a distinct contribution to human history. The guided tour to the ingenious architecture of the Old Fortress is created by Corfu’s defensive fortifications themselves. Walking around the Old Fortress you will be amazed by the advanced fortification art that the Venetians applied in order to repel the fierce Ottoman attacks. Imposing bastions, battlements, labyrinthine secret chambers, cisterns, shelters and powder magazines testify to the sophisticated for its time science of defence that the Venetians had developed. Thus they managed to build in Corfu the two most powerful fortresses in the Mediterranean, which remained impregnable. At the same time, visit the church of Agios Georgios. This is one of the most special churches on the island, where the Greek-born Prince Philip, husband to Queen Elizabeth II, was baptised. If the weather conditions are good, walk to the top of the Fortress and enjoy the 360-degree panoramic views that unfold generously before you. Continue the tour by following us to the Durrells Garden and the flower gardens of St Michael and St George Palace. See Vido Island and hear the shocking story of the Serbian people’s salvation on the island of Corfu. Come with us through the Liston square and visit the imposing Orthodox church of St. Spyridon where his venerable relic is kept. See the shell of the first lyric theatre in Greece, which today houses the services of the Municipality of Corfu and join us on a walk through the Jewish quarter. Here the traces of the World War II can still be seen. Half-demolished buildings are still waiting for their owners to return from the concentration camps, while around the neighbourhood the district is bustling with life and activity. Greet us at the gate of the New Fortress, the boundary of the once walled city. You have just enjoyed a taste of the fortifications and important aspects of Corfu history!

Best of Corfu Private Tour

Best of Corfu Private Tour

Do you want to immerse in the colors, flavors and traditions of Corfu? Then, our Best of Corfu Private Tour is perfect for you! Enjoy Corfu’s pearls with a private tour guide in a private mini-van for maximum comfort and enjoyment. Firstly, you will be picked up at the port or your hotel and brought to one of the best attractions of Corfu, Achilleion Palace. Visit the Palace where the European Emperors and among them Empress Elisabeth of Austria, also known as Princess Sissy, relaxed during their vacation in Greece. In this stunning palace admire some important pieces of art. What’s more, enjoy expert insight into this place from our private tour guide who will share entertaining stories about the life of the Emperors and their secrets, too. Next on our enchanting journey through Corfu, we venture to the captivating Mouse Island, a hidden gem nestled off the coast of the island. Legend has it that Mouse Island is the petrified ship of Odysseus, immortalized by Poseidon as a reward for his enduring love for the sea. Marvel at the picturesque Vlacherna Monastery perched on the edge of the island, its whitewashed walls contrasting against the vibrant hues of the Ionian Sea. Feel the gentle sea breeze caress your skin as you soak in panoramic views of Corfu;s coastline. After a relaxing coffee break, begin your exploration of Corfu town on a private walking tour. The old town is famous for its Greek-Venetian-French and British architecture but the town itself dates back to ancient times. Moreover, learn about the fascinating history of the island and listen to entertaining stories about noble people on this captivating private stroll. Explore the highlights of the town such as the stunning Spianada square, Liston, Campiello, the Palace of St. Michael and St. George, the Jewish district along with many more sites. Finally, reach one of the largest Christian temples of Corfu, St. Spyridon. In this temple the locals keep the body of their Patron Saint. Here, admire the unique Greek-Venetian art and hear about the enchanting stories that are related to the saint! Don’t miss to taste local products that you can find only on this island!

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Corfu: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Corfu: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

With your day pass for this hop-on hop-off tour you’ll learn about Corfu's history and the city’s top attractions with the aid of multi-lingual commentary available in 8 languages. On the 60-minute Kanoni route you’ll pass by most of the city’s landmarks and monuments. Your ticket gives you the flexibility to explore the city's sights at your leisure and at your own pace. Sights you’ll see include the Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Old Fortress and New Fortress, and the Palace of St. Michael and St. George. Admire the Venetian mansions and the water-colored buildings with their characteristic ochre color. See Pontikonisian Island the Panagia Vlaherna Monastery. Explore the many alleyways and narrow streets, gardens, and beautiful squares such as Bosketo and Spianada. Admire the architecture of the churches, theaters, museums, and imposing mansions. In the commercial center you’ll find many unique shops, as well as numerous cafés, bars and restaurants. Tour Stops: Kanoni Tour Stop 1 - Corfu New Port - Main Gate Stop 2 - Mon Repo Palace Stop 3 - Kanoni Stop 4 - Anemomylos Stop 5 - Spianada Square Stop 6 - Spilia Square Stop 7 - Old Port Achilleion Tour Stop 1 - New Port Stop 6 - Spilia Square Stop 3 - Gastouri Square Stop 4 - Achilleion Palace Stop 5 - Perama Stop 5 - Spianada Square Stop 7 - Old Port

Corfu: Shared Group or Private Food Walking Tour

Corfu: Shared Group or Private Food Walking Tour

Meet your food-loving guide at the Old Fortress in Corfu Town and set off on a delicious Private Food Walking tour. Your Corfu culinary adventure starts with a traditional Greek breakfast in a small, family-run bakery in the heart of Corfu Town. Taste the most delicious Greek pies including cheese pie and "mpougatsa" (Greek custard pie with "phyllo") accompanied by a refreshing Gingerbeer - Corfu's most popular soft drink and a legacy of the British! With your local guide at your side, stroll the maze of narrow alleys of Corfu Town, soak up the city's vibrant atmosphere and glance at the city through the eyes of a local! Taste the famous kumquat sweets and liqueur - Corfu’s signature drink - and stop at a traditional grocery store to try local cold cuts including "noumboulo fumicado" - Corfu’s famous smoked pork filet - along with a mix of Greek cheeses. Along the way, you will also have the chance to discover the history behind the top attractions of Corfu including the Old Fortress, the Palace of St. Michael and St. George, the Liston, the Town Hall, the Jewish Quarter. Head next to Corfu’s food market, immerse in its vivid ambiance, discover local products and watch how Corfiots do their everyday shopping. As you walk around the Town, your guide will uncover the secrets of Greek cuisine and share fascinating insights into the city's culinary heritage! Continue your tour with a delicious lunch in a local tavern in the heart of Corfu Town! Indulge in Corfu’s favourite recipes including "sofrito" and "pastitsada", along with a glass of ouzo! Lunch will be filling but there is also some room for dessert! Round off your tour with the most delicious ice cream in Corfu's most renowned pastry shop! Finish your tour with a full stomach, a great understanding of Corfu’s history & culture and hundreds of wonderful memories.

Corfu Highlights Shore Excursion: Paleokastritsa & Town

Corfu Highlights Shore Excursion: Paleokastritsa & Town

Meet your tour guide in Corfu cruise port, hop on your air-conditioned vehicle and get ready to enjoy a thrilling Shore Excursion of Corfu’s top places: Paleokastritsa Beach & Corfu Town. Visit the stunning Paleokastritsa beach, renowned for its mesmerising landscape and its crystal clear waters. End your shore excursion by exploring the true gem of Corfu Old Town - a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site. Ideal tour for shore excursion passengers. The world-famous coastline of Paleokastritsa is your first stop in this Corfu Shore Excursion. Paleokastritsa is renowned across the Mediterranean for its stunning, rocky-formed bay as well as its picturesque hillside and waterside vistas. At the hilltop, you will find the charming 13th-century monastery of the Virgin Mary, set amid colorful gardens and offering breathtaking views of the wider region. Prepare your cameras and capture an once-in-a-lifetime scenery. Next, visit the beach where you will take a boat ride to the well-known caves which “rise" out of the crystal clear seas. (extra cost: 10-15 euros per person) Simply soak in the enchanting natural beauty of this breathtaking shoreline; it will leave you speechless. Embark your cozy, air-conditioned vehicle and drive to Corfu Town, the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your professional tour guide will share with you every little detail that you need to know regarding this cultural Corfu Shore Excursion. Meander through the maze of the narrow pavements, also known in Corfiot dialect as “Kantounia”, and explore the top landmarks of Corfu Old Town, such as the Old Fortress, the Liston Promenade, the Palace of St. Michael and St. George, or the St. Spyridon church, which houses the relics of the island's patron saint. Get astonished by the Venetian architecture depicted in the old building, tiny churches and secret gardens, and enjoy a fresh gelato while wandering in Spianada Square; the biggest one in Balkan Peninsula. Choose your favorite Corfu specialties from the many souvenir shops, or simply rest, unwind, and savor the traditional delights!

The Durrells in Corfu Town

The Durrells in Corfu Town

The famous Durrell family lived on the island for several years. The distinct personalities of the family members, their different habits, their controversial stories, their relationship with the locals and their experiences in the Old Town of Corfu unfold before your eyes. Through an experiential tour of the streets, shops and places in the city where the Durrells lived, you can really feel the essence of My Family and other Animals, the famous book by Gerald Durrell. Walk with us to discover the secret corners where the scenes of the famous TV series were shot in Corfu Town! As unbelievable as it may seem, traces of the famous family can still be seen on site after so many decades. Thank you!

Corfu Town: Express Cultural Walking Tour

Corfu Town: Express Cultural Walking Tour

Follow us on a journey through time, via gardens, monuments and buildings in the Old Town of Corfu! First stop is the beautiful garden of the Durrells (Bosketo Garden). Here there will be a storytelling session recounting many tales of the Durrell’s exploits and adventures on the island. Then admire the British Palace of St Michael and St George, relax in the flowering gardens and maybe even fall in love…it is the ultimate meeting place for lovers. Walk with us along the French street of Liston, the most popular pedestrian street of Corfu. Admire the imposing square with its many cafes and see the socialites enjoying their daily gossip. Admire the richly decorated Orthodox church of Agios Spyridon, the patron saint of Corfu and reportedly a miracle worker. If you are lucky, you may see his holy relic, which is worshipped by Corfiots on many occasions throughout the year. Walk with us through the city’s mysterious and romantic sidestreets and alleyways but be careful not to get lost. It is quite easy to lose your bearings and go around in circles in the warren of little streets. Don’t worry though, wherever you end up, the Corfuting team will be nearby. Last stop is the Town Hall Square, the main square of the city during the 400 years as a Venetian protectorate. Admire Corfu’s unique baroque building, the San Giacomo, built in 1669 as a meeting hall for Venetian officials, and converted in 1720 into a lyrical theatre. All the great opera performances of Europe were presented here until 1903 when a larger theatre was built as the San Giacomo was not sufficient for the ever-increasing number of spectators. You have just enjoyed a small but concentrated taste of the city and culture of Corfu. Thank you!

Stories of Food and Culture of the Old Town of Corfu

Stories of Food and Culture of the Old Town of Corfu

In this tour we reveal the secrets of the city! Starting in the Durrells’ lush green garden, you’ll hear stories of the famous family in the place where they lived. Then join us on a walk around the exterior of the impressive British Palace of St George and St Michael. This is where the British Commissioner of the Ionian Islands lived and where the Senate met. Walk with us along the French street of Liston, the popular pedestrian street where the heart of the city beats. Admire the architecture, so reminiscent of the Rue de Rivoli in Paris. Smile at the island’s socialites enjoying their daily gossip. Come with us through what has been the city’s most central street for 600 years. Climb the steps of the Orthodox church of St. Spyridon and enter the silent interior. The venerable relic of Corfu’s patron saint and miracle-worker lies in its luxurious urn, which is still opened today from time to time. Walk up the city’s most commercial street for at least 400 years, since the bourgeoisie started to do business in the city. See the building of the first lyrical theatre in Greece. See in your minds eye the prima donna being transported to the stage on the portantine and travel mentally to the sound of the great composers of Europe through the heart of Corfu. During the tour, you will discover local secrets through the tastes and smells of the city. Taste the products, dishes, desserts that the locals eat every day. Drink a toast with local wine. Listen to the sounds of the city, the bells, the birds, the speeches and maybe a trombone through a window playing its tune.

Stories of battles in the Old Fortress of Corfu

Stories of battles in the Old Fortress of Corfu

The Old Town of Corfu with its two Forts is a Unesco World Heritage Monument. Its architecture in relation to defence make it a unique example with a distinct contribution to human history. The guided tour to the ingenious architecture of the Old Fortress is created by Corfu’s defensive fortifications themselves. Walking around the Old Fortress you will be amazed by the advanced fortification art that the Venetians applied in order to repel the fierce Ottoman attacks. Imposing bastions, battlements, labyrinthine secret chambers, cisterns, shelters and powder magazines testify to the sophisticated for its time science of defence that the Venetians had developed. Thus they managed to build in Corfu the two most powerful fortresses in the Mediterranean, which remained impregnable. At the same time, visit the church of Agios Georgios. This is one of the most special churches on the island, where the Greek-born Prince Philip, husband to Queen Elizabeth II, was baptised. If the weather conditions are good, walk to the top of the Fortress and enjoy the 360-degree panoramic views that unfold generously before you. Continue the tour by following us to the Durrells Garden and the flower gardens of St Michael and St George Palace. See Vido Island and hear the shocking story of the Serbian people’s salvation on the island of Corfu. Come with us through the Liston square and visit the imposing Orthodox church of St. Spyridon where his venerable relic is kept. See the shell of the first lyric theatre in Greece, which today houses the services of the Municipality of Corfu and join us on a walk through the Jewish quarter. Here the traces of the World War II can still be seen. Half-demolished buildings are still waiting for their owners to return from the concentration camps, while around the neighbourhood the district is bustling with life and activity. Greet us at the gate of the New Fortress, the boundary of the once walled city. You have just enjoyed a taste of the fortifications and important aspects of Corfu history!

Best of Corfu Private Tour

Best of Corfu Private Tour

Do you want to immerse in the colors, flavors and traditions of Corfu? Then, our Best of Corfu Private Tour is perfect for you! Enjoy Corfu’s pearls with a private tour guide in a private mini-van for maximum comfort and enjoyment. Firstly, you will be picked up at the port or your hotel and brought to one of the best attractions of Corfu, Achilleion Palace. Visit the Palace where the European Emperors and among them Empress Elisabeth of Austria, also known as Princess Sissy, relaxed during their vacation in Greece. In this stunning palace admire some important pieces of art. What’s more, enjoy expert insight into this place from our private tour guide who will share entertaining stories about the life of the Emperors and their secrets, too. Next on our enchanting journey through Corfu, we venture to the captivating Mouse Island, a hidden gem nestled off the coast of the island. Legend has it that Mouse Island is the petrified ship of Odysseus, immortalized by Poseidon as a reward for his enduring love for the sea. Marvel at the picturesque Vlacherna Monastery perched on the edge of the island, its whitewashed walls contrasting against the vibrant hues of the Ionian Sea. Feel the gentle sea breeze caress your skin as you soak in panoramic views of Corfu;s coastline. After a relaxing coffee break, begin your exploration of Corfu town on a private walking tour. The old town is famous for its Greek-Venetian-French and British architecture but the town itself dates back to ancient times. Moreover, learn about the fascinating history of the island and listen to entertaining stories about noble people on this captivating private stroll. Explore the highlights of the town such as the stunning Spianada square, Liston, Campiello, the Palace of St. Michael and St. George, the Jewish district along with many more sites. Finally, reach one of the largest Christian temples of Corfu, St. Spyridon. In this temple the locals keep the body of their Patron Saint. Here, admire the unique Greek-Venetian art and hear about the enchanting stories that are related to the saint! Don’t miss to taste local products that you can find only on this island!

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