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Archaeological Museum of Andros

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Kairis Sq., Andros Town Greece
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Athens to Andros one day trip
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Athens to Andros one day trip

If you are in Athens and want a one day activity outside of the city, this activity is just what you need.<br>You will the chance to go to a Cycladic island, Andros, the 2nd biggest island in Cyclades and the greenest one.<br>You start your tour by going to Rafina port and take the ferry and in just two hours you will be in Andros island.<br>Your tour begins by crossing the island and getting through the villages of Gavrio and Batsi until your first stop at the village of Paleopoli.<br>You will see from high above the ancient capital of Andros, learn its history and see the old remains.<br>Later you will head to Menites village where you will see the lion springs and the walnut forest. A magic trick will be waiting for you.<br>Your next stop will be at Pithara waterfalls where you will se a one of a kind spectacle for a cycladic island.<br>Later you will head to foros Cave where you will see this small but very interesting cave.<br>Your final stop will be Chora where you will see the modern capital of Andros.
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ronald d wrote a review Jun 2019
Rotterdam, The Netherlands60 contributions16 helpful votes
Nice museum with an excellent statue Hermes. Worth while a visit. It took us about 30 minutes to see the collection . A visit to charming Andros city is not complete without a visit to this museum.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Mike E wrote a review May 2019
Mitcham, United Kingdom100 contributions23 helpful votes
The current opening hours are daily except Tuesday from 10-4. The labelling is in Greek and English and has clearly been recently updated. The museum covers the Iron Age, Hellenic, Roman, Byzantine and Venetian periods. The highlight for me was the marble statue of Hermes. Others will have their own interests and preferences.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Keren Y wrote a review May 2019
Jerusalem, Israel133 contributions36 helpful votes
We like to visit provincial museum in small places, this one was rich with local findings. Very interesting.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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gheorghesimona06 wrote a review Aug 2018
Bucharest, Romania41 contributions8 helpful votes
A very beautiful museum in the centre of Andros Xora. It’s full of Andros’ history, many in artifacts and a lot of information about the beginning of civiliation on the island.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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MATTHEOS M wrote a review Jul 2018
Heraklion, Greece83 contributions21 helpful votes
All the museums in Greece are very interesting also this. Dont forget to visit it and then outside of the museum to have your coffee to the green ''KAIRY SQUERE''
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Date of experience: July 2018
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