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Aegina (city)

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Aegina Town is a city in Aegina. Aegina /Αίγινα (Egina, Eghina, Aigina), the first capital of Greece, it's located in the Argo-Saronic Gulf, Greece, being one of the Saronic Gulf Islands, on the beautiful touristic island Aegina. Aegina Town, with its picturesque and lively port welcomes the visitors, no matter if they arrive in high season or in low season.


Get in[edit]

  • By boat, from the Port of Piraeus:
  • Hellenic Seaways
  • Nova Ferries
  • ANEK Lines
  • Aegean
  • A.N.E.S

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See[edit][add listing]

  • Temple of Apollo (Kolona)
  • Nikos Kazantzakis' memorial house
  • Christos Kapralos' museum
  • archeology museum
  • St. Nicholas Chapel
  • Panagitsa Church
  • The Government House
  • the Einardio
  • the Tower of Markellos
  • the Orphanage
  • the fish market

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  • Aegina Hotel (Ξενοδοχείο Αίγινα), 23 Stratigou D. Petriti St, +30 22970 28501, [1]. checkin: 15:00; checkout: 12:00. A 2-star hotel which is walking distance from the port and 150 m from a sandy beach, near the historical site of the Temple of Apollo. It is a newly built hotel, with 19 rooms, and friendly staff. It offers 2 double rooms, 11 twin rooms and 6 triple (2 + 1 beds). All rooms have private bathroom, air conditioning and television, while many have balconies overlooking the sea. Some rooms have a refrigerator. There is also a courtyard with palm trees and a terrace with panoramic views of the harbor and generally throughout the city. Guests have free wireless internet access. Prices starting from 30 Euro. (37.7489,23.4272) edit



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