Tripps Travel Network Reviews, Vacationing on the Greek Island of Corfu, or Kerkyra, which is what the Greeks refer to it, is probably one of the greatest experiences ever.  The adventure that starts in Athens takes you on a windy, breathtaking scenic route up the western coast of Greece to Thesprotia.  Once in Thesprotia, you will take a 45-minute ferry ride to the island.

Corfu is the second largest Greek Island in the Ionian Sea and has been the primary vacation destination for many Europeans from Italy, Scandinavia, Germany and Austria for hundreds of years.  It is here where you will find the Palace of Achilleion and you will see the incredibly beautiful statues of Achilles which were created on the order of the Austrian Empress Elisabeth and German Kaiser Wilhelm II.  The Palace Gardens have been compared to the Versailles Gardens in France.  You can take a ride past the Kaiser’s Bridge to the Vlacherna Monastery and the tiny Pontikonisi Island, known as “Mouse Island”.  Go to the landmark of Corfu Kanoni, which is the site of a scenic convent that appears to be floating on the light blue sea.  The beaches are spectacular exposing a plethora of hotels to choose from ranging from the most lavish royal establishments to quaint bed & breakfast lodges.  History and true Greek beauty come to life in Corfu and exploration expeditions are offered by almost every hotel.   Museums and monuments are abundant, as well as an Aquarium to take the kids where they can see indigenous sea life known to Corfu and the other islands of the Ionian Sea.  But wait, there’s more… Restaurants and taverns galore.  If you don’t stuff yourself, according to Tripps Travel Network

Tripps Travel Network says that the beaches are spectacular exposing a plethora of hotels to choose from ranging from the most lavish royal establishments to quaint bed & breakfast lodges.  History and true Greek beauty come to life in Corfu and exploration expeditions are offered by almost every hotel.   Museums and monuments are abundant, as well as an Aquarium to take the kids where they can see indigenous sea life known to Corfu and the other islands of the Ionian Sea.  But wait, there’s more… Restaurants and taverns galore.  If you don’t stuff yourself fully from eating souvlakia at a vendor’s stand, you can choose from a variety of different locations to eat that serve not only Greek food, but also Italian, German, Albanian, Scandinavian, and of course American. As in Athens, daytime activities are only the beginning. Corfu comes to life at night with

Corfu comes to life at night with live entertainment and music.  Save a day to take a boat trip to the southeastern coast of Italy (the heel of the boot) on one of the fastest tourist speed ships ever built.  So much to do… so little time.  Welcome to Corfu!  Kallo Taxidi!! Read more about Corfu

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