Daily Kavala Amfipoli

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Daily Tour to Kavala Amfipoli

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Duration: 03:30h to 8:00h Distance : 330Km



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Daily Tour to Kavala Amfipoli

In the city of Kavala a walk in the streets of the old city is necessary. Visitors can visit the castle and the old aqueduct (Kamares) located on the other side of the city.
Kamares, perhaps the most characteristic spot of the city of Kavala, is part of a water supply system created for the ancient and medieval city of Kavala. Throughout its route you will find many restaurants and taverns specialized in fish and all kinds of seafood that abound in the area. In conclusion, it is worth noting that the castle along with the Kamares are the two most popular and photographed places of the city Kavala. An ideal choice for a walk in the old town is the train, in which you will
start from Omonia Square and you will go to the acropolis
old town. Other attractions in the area are:

Fifteen kilometers west of Kavala, are located the ruins of the ancient city of Philippi. The city is a landmark for Christianity, as the Apostle Paul
founded the first Christian church in Europe there in 50 AD.
It is located on the river Zygaktis, west of ancient Philippi, where during its narration Evangelist Luke , Paul’s companion, was baptized by the Apostle Paul the first Greek and European Christian, the purple saleswoman Lydia Filippisia.

The Museum is located in the archeological site of the ancient city of Amphipolis, which was the most valuable of the area during the 5th century BC. It is worth
mentioning that passed through the city Egnatia Odos while Apostolos Pavlos visited and proclaimed it during the second of his apostolic tour (49-52 AD). The point where the Museum is now being probable is connected with General Vrasidas, who was buried outside the walls by the Amphipolitans in 422 BC. At the museum summarized the history of Amphipolis from prehistoric to late Byzantine times.

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