The entire island of Corfu can be portrayed as a living museum that provides a beautiful journey throughout the history and culture of this place. Particularly the town is home to many museums which provide insights into the island's various influences. Starting from the New Fortress we will walk though the different quarters of Corfu old town as Jewish quarter, Venetian quarter, visiting
exciting monuments scattered around the city tasting local delicacies, such us ouzo, meze (mini food variety), koumquat products, ice cream, traditional desserts (Loukoumades with Honey & Nuts). Our guide will take us to Byzantine Museum of Antivouniotissa that features rare icons, frescoes and ecclesiastical items. The church is actually a monument itself built in 15th century. Among the most impressive museums to visit and unique in its kind is the Asian Art Museum housed in the Palace of Saint Michael and George. Visitors can view a fascinating collection of Asian items like weapons, swords, masks and sculpture works. It is a Far Eastern Art. One of the places that Greeks can be proud of is Solomos Museum, the old house of the famous Greek poet who wrote the Greek national anthem, Hymn for Liberty, with many documents and materials about him collected together under an impressive array of portraits of himself. Continue to
The Music Museum aims to honor and present the history of the Philarmonic society with a great photo archive of concerts and other educational activities. Following this magical tour, there will be free time for shopping and coffee and lunch at a typical corfiot restaurant.
Adults: €75 per adult
Children: €65 per child
Start: 10.00 End: 14.00