Nauplia, former capital of Greece

Parking is difficult to find. We actually want to give up but when leaving the city we see at the port large spaces. And it’s worth it, because here we find the internet shop. There must have been a train station here, but this train is no longer in use.

The historic old town lies between the two castle mountains. In the small streets there is a lot of kitsch and Kruscht. In a café I finally get my “Frappé”.

A visit in a church when it is so invitingly open.

 

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