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The port of Patras
Patras is the third most populated city in Greece and is located in the region of El Peloponeso. Named in 2006 as capital of European Culture is one of the most beautiful cities in Greece and its port is of great importance for the country and for Europe because it has an important economic activity.
Patras is divided into two areas, the old city full of streets that speak of mythology and history and the most modern part of the city, devoted to leisure and nightlife. A stroll through its cobblestone streets will reveal large, colourful neoclassical mansions and fascinating buildings that bear witness to a glorious past. On the ruins of the old Acrópilis you can visit the Medieval Castle, from where you will obtain one of the best views of Patras. The church of San Andrés, the Municipal Theatre or the Archaeological Museum are also points of interest in the city.
Patras opens the doors to the region of El Peloponeso, a mythological land with important archaeological sites. Don't miss the visits to Antigua Corinto with its temple dedicated to Apollo from the VI century B.C., the Corinto canal and cities like Micenas, Argos, Tirinto or Nauplio.
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The port of Patras is located on the coast of the Ionian Sea and has an important economic activity both commercial and passenger. It is one of the main ports of Greece and Europe as it is the direct connection of this country with Italy and the rest of Europe. From this port we find the route that connects Greece with Italy through the Patras Brindisi route.