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Veitingahús
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Kaffihús
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Point of Interest
“The experience of taking a friendly alpaca for a stroll around Wells is not to be missed. The guides are very knowledgeable and care greatly for these lovely creatures. The alpacas are very gentle so this is a good activity for children. Call 07787 394088 to book.”
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Matur
“The Howell empire includes a butchers fishmongers, deli and bakery, all on Staithe Street, and all have the hallmark Howells mark of high quality produce. Very highly recommended. The bakery is a particular favourite! From the high quality bacon rolls to the scrumptious tiffin, everything is done to perfection. Huge selection, great value.”
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Lodging
“ Archaeological Museum| It mainly hosts sculptures discovered in Piraeus and the coasts of Attica. The exhibits describe the history, period of prosperity and decline of the ancient city. You should pay exceptional attention to the five bronze sculptures discovered in Piraeus in 1959: the Archaic Kouros-Apollo, the two sculptures of Artemis, the one of Athena of Piraeus and a mask of ancient tragedy (4th century B.C.). Maritime Museum| You will find it in Moutsopoulou Coast and its exhibits present about 3000 years of Hellenic maritime history. Ancient Theater of Zea (4th – 3rd cent. B. C.) The Municipal Theater is a landmark of the city of Piraeus. It was founded in 1884.Theatre of Piraeus expressed the vision of the emerging bourgeoisie and the intellectuals of that time to designate the city as a cultural international centre. Its internal layout followed the standard of the “Theatre d 'Odeon” Paris. Veakio Theater, situated on the hill of Kastella (area of Prophet Elias), was buildet (1967-1974) in Greece and first opened its doors to the public in 1969 (at the time it was called “Skilitsio”, named after the Mayor of Piraeus A. Skilitsis).In 1976, the theater was renamed “Veakio”, in honor of the great Greek actor Emilios Veakis, who was born in Piraeus. Veakio Theater is an open-roof theater constituting an imitation of the ancient Greek theater in terms of shape and form and it can seat up to 2,000 people. Every summer, Veakio Theater hosts important cultural events, such as plays, music and dance festivals, concerts, featuring great artists. Metro station “Pireaus”|This magnificent eclectic building with the arched dome (1929) has been greatly influenced by the relative European stations of that period. Recently, the internal facilities were fully renovated, while on the walls we can admire paintings made by the students of Fine Arts School. Freatida area you can see the remaining parts of the ancient Piraeus Wall (on the coastal area). Zea marina (Pasalimani), the docking place for some of the most impressive yachts and cruisers. On the coast you can find many restaurants, taverns, bars and lovlely commercial stores . Mikrolimano| This port was protected by the goddess Mounichia Artemis and today is a popular area attracting people from all over Attica. It is a beautiful small port full of fishing boats, small ships and luxurious yachts. If you are fond of fish and sea food, you should eat at one of its famous taverns. Kastella| A popular and beautiful quarter of Piraeus built on a hill also known as Prophet Ilias. If you walk to the top of the hill you will see alleys with picturesque houses. In this area you will also find the outdoor theatre “Veakio”, which hosts significant cultural events during the summer. Most of you have heard even once “The children of Piraeus” (Ta paidia tou Pirea), the song composed by M.Chatzidakis and sung by Melina Merkouri in the film “Never on Sunday”. However, it is generally unknown to the public that the place which acquired a global reputation thanks to this film and song is the town and the port of Piraeus. The Central Port| Its ancient name was Kantharos and today is the center of the city life. From here you can embark on a journey to all the Aegean islands (apart from the Sporades) and Crete. The Piraeus history: Piraeus is surrounded by the sea and this influences the pace of life here. During the ancient times it was an island and the travelers were transferred from the inland (the ancient Greek verb was pronounced "diepereoudo" (διεπεραιούντο). This was probably the word which gave its name to the port. The town planning was realized by architect Ippodamos in mid-5th century B.C. The plans of Ippodamos were used as guidelines for the second planning of the town in 1834. Themistocles was the first one to realize its importance for the city of Athens and to promote it to be the major port . Pericles completed the fortifications by building the Long Walls (Makra Teichi) which protected both sides of the road throughout the route from Piraeus to Athens. ”
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Administrative Area Level 4
“A fabulous beach that's dog friendly and has a great cafe. You'll need change to park down near the beach and beware it's a long walk from the town centre to the beach. Amazing beach huts decorate the beach and you'll often see a seal in the estuary! ”
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Hverfisverslun
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Kaffihús
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Fataverslun
“With it's sister shop 'Simply Coastal' on the corner of Staithe Street, they have their own style of casual clothing and well known brands, you can buy anything from wellingtons to beach style lamps. Simply Norfolk sell an eclectic mix of new and old vintage style gifts and home interiors, sourced from suppliers such as Gisela Graham and Coach House to scouring the auction rooms and handmade items. ”
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Annað útivist
“Has an Iron Age camp - a good place for picnic, hide and seek and kite flying”
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Kaffihús
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Listagallerí
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Bus Station
“This is the closest supermarket and a good size. Does get very busy in high season and may be missing some items by the end of the day.”
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Point of Interest
“Great local shop with interestingly curated items from near and far. Difficult to leave empty-handed...”
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Premise
“If it rains or you need to get out of the wind you can try your luck here. With both traditional two pence arcades and the more modern variety. ”
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