Divani Palace Larissa
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Divani Palace Larissa
TripAdvisor Reviews Divani Palace Larissa Lárisa
Travel Blogs from Lárisa
... rather impressive built completely out of Marble. After a few pictures of it, I went to the Cafe opposite the theatre and enjoyed another cold Cappuccino. After heading back to hotel, I relaxed back at the hotel before heading to Larisa town centre and somewhere to eat. It was a nice bustling area and I quite enjoyed the wee wander. After that it was back to the hotel and a coffee before bed as I was up early to get the train to Athens. Another enjoyable day ...
Apologies for the long delay in an
update but I've been rushed off my feet and lots has been happening.
The big news is that I have parted
company with Seafarer Greece after two weeks of working for them.
Alarm bells starting ringing when I first looked over the yachts and
got louder and louder as the days of the first week progressed.
Unfortunately the Greek operation is not run anything like as
smoothly as my friends run the Turkish side ...
... excitement and long awaited hugs, we all returned to the ''mansion'' for a hugeeee breakfast on the balcony and later decided to head off to explore the area! We drove up one of the mountains nearby and at first it was thick with chestnut trees! Literally everywhere you looked, tons of them...and massive too! We later bought some and roasted them on the fire :-) . Higher in the mountains we stumbled across the most random thing! We stopped just to look at an old church ...
Left Zagreb with the rain at 8 am. Very long day with showers. Amazing how Serbia (after Croatia) is long and took most of the dive day. Afterwards Mazedonia is small! Again some rain. Arrived at 9 pm in Greece, in St Katherini in the hotel Nefeli. Very, very busy full of tourists. The hotel is nice at the seaside. Before going to the restaurant, big catastrophe: Vic wallet with €800 lost! A third of our money is gone. So the holidays will be ...
... the 9th century, a group of hermit monks moved up to the ancient pinnacles and lived in caves and overhangs. Built on natural sandstone rock pillars, the monasteries followed beginning in the 13th century, some of which reach 1800 feet above the plain. This great height, combined with the sheerness of the cliff walls, kept away all but the most determined visitors. Initially the hermits led a ...