Porto Rio Hotel

Address: Rio Patras, Patras, Peloponnese, 26500, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rio Patras, Patras, is near Chrissi Island.
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      Travel Blogs from Patras

      Saying goodbye to gyro

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Nov 17, 2014

      16 photos

      ... day we made it to the quaint port town of Gytheio (also spelt Gythio and Gythion on road signs throughout). We dropped by the walled town of Monemvasia on the way. By the size of the bus parking this place is clearly a hotspot in summer although our timing meant most of the town was shut down. This didn’t distract from its Byzantine beauty sitting perched on a cliffface gingerly griping to Greece by a ...

      The rough sail to Patras

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Nov 05, 2014

      7 photos

      ... of the truck drivers to get back to their cabs where they sleep and spend the night so as to save on paying for a cabin.

      Its now almost 6pm and I noticed some land over to the east to which looking at the map I can only think is Albania. The sea has calmed down slightly now and hopefully will stay that way.

      The ship is due to dock at Patras at midnight but I am not sure if we can stay on until morning or if we have to get off at midnight!! I want to go and ask at ...

      No sleep but we stuck to the plan

      A travel blog entry by angandjen on Sep 19, 2014

      4 photos

      ... espresso we spent about an hour and half driving over the smallest, twistiest, most switchbacked covered road I've ever seen. There was quite a bit of slowing down to follow big trucks and make impossible curves. It felt like being on a race track at times. Slow down to make a curve, accellerate out of the curve, switch gears up, switch gears down. Oh what fun.

      We went quite high in the mountains and looking down you could see the mist ...

      Holiday within a holiday

      A travel blog entry by arwie on Jun 10, 2014

      2 photos

      Patrick is going to London for one week to see family. His niece Emma, husband Mark and Great Niece Jesse are over from New Zealand and as we are near an airport with flights to Gatwick it is too good a chance to miss. This morning we drive to Kalamata airport and I deliver Patrick into the care of a pretty airport assistant who gets him on to the flight to Gatwick where his sister Geraldine is meeting ...

      PATRAS...3rd largest city in Greece

      A travel blog entry by jilly361 on Jul 05, 2013

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... view of the journey….and what an amazing journey!

      This rack and pinion railway was built in the late 1800’s to join the seaside town from the coast to the mountain village. It was like a mini version of my epic train journey to Corunna. It went through the gorge, by the rivers, through tunnels and then out to more open areas and all the time butterflies in their hundreds were flying about the train. It was only an hour long but with my top ...