No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Acronafplia Nauplion
An older but lovely building.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Acronafplia Nauplion
Travel Blogs from Nauplion
Barb: Today began with blogging alone on the terrace while everyone else slept in. I love Greece in the morning! It is so quiet and no one is around but a few tourists trying to find their way through the narrow streets. Everyone woke up and we headed out towards the docks. On the way, we stopped at the folk art museum and for 2 euros we were able …
Just after sunrise, I am drinking coffee outside on the desk of our anchored ship. I see hillsides of bright white buildings with orange tiled roofs and steeples with white crosses scattered throughout. The shoreline winds in and around as far as you can see. Now THIS is Greece
like I had imagined.
We are in Nafplio, the original Capitol of Greece. During the night, we came across the water to ...
... hire was EU383 for the nearly 3 weeks which is pretty good however we have a rather old Hyundai Accent, well not old but 5 years and not much oomph! The drive to Corinth was easy enough although the speed limits seem to mean absolutely nothing to the average Greek driver. The canal was certainly worth stopping for even though it is so very narrow and deep it's quite amazing to think it was originally attempted in the 1st Century AD but wasn't actually really started until 1881 ...
... The hotel itself is world renowned, designed by top architects and retains its 60's feel. The rooms were comfy and clean, although I'm not too sure about the brown marble walls with the navy blue bathroom fixtures. But one step out onto the balcony and that disappears totally from your mind. The hotel is reached only by elevator and is some 300ft above the ...
... go to the Acropolis the next day. If we have timed it right – and we have sped up our route to Athens by a day especially - we should arrive on a clear sunny day. A couple of days ago we noticed that the forecast for Athens had rain and then possibly snow on Monday and Tuesday, so we thought it would be worth getting there for the one pleasant day. More than likely we’ll end up in a hailstorm or blizzard. Or both.