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Former summer residence of the King of Greece and birthplace of Prince Philip in 1921. The palace also houses a museum. There are extensive grounds. There is a lift and ramp for step free access to the palace. Well worth visiting.
The grounds of Mon Repo are worth wandering around and give you the feeling that you are not in the city but somewhere in the country. As for the building itself it needs repair and i was a bit dissapointed with its small size and...More
This is the villa of former British High Commissioner. Prince Philip (the Queen's spouse) was borh there almost a century ago! It stands at the centre of a big park, but the whole thing is abandoned and falling apart. Only the villa has been carefully...More
As the birth place of the Duke of Edinburgh, this is a 'must visit' place. The main house has seen better days and is closed and boarded-up, but the slightly wild grounds are a great place for a relaxing walk or work-out, with a few...More
We had intended to go inside for a tour, but when we saw how rundown it looked from the outside we decided to just walk around the grounds instead and watch a local artist painting the beautiful flowers instead. We did enjoy the walk to...More
So we went here by car on a Monday, just after 3. It was closed but we didn't realize entering the grounds because there were loads of people around as well as quite a few dogs being walked. The biggest sign we noticed, on what...More
We went here when we stayed in Corfu. Not very grand , but we spent a nice hour looking around.I expected to find a bit of information about Prince Phillip, but just a plaque outside saying he was born here.
Response from Earwigo321 | Reviewed this property |
Yes No 2 blue bus but you can walk there in about a 30 minutes from The Liston in the old town. Follow the promenade next to the bay past Corfu Palace Hotel then peel of to the right, a pleasant stroll