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Aegina

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Aegina Town is a city in Aegina /Αίγινα (Egina, Eghina, Aigina), one of the Saronic Gulf Islands. It's reputed as the first capital of Greece.


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  • 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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  • 1 Aegina Hotel (Ξενοδοχείο Αίγινα), 23 Stratigou D. Petriti St, +30 22970 28501. Check-in: 15:00, check-out: 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.
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