Achilleion palace on a very nice guided tour. There was so much to see!
I loved the lights on the ceiling too.
For various reasons!
I adored all the various wild flowers blooming everywhere on Corfu. They reminded me of Austrian wildflowers.Spaniada Square.
In the evening we were taken to Benitses, a picturesque village which unfortunately we couldn't visit as it started raining cats and dogs(no wonder Corfu is so lush and green) and we only visited a small private sea museum with a big shell collection, not that impressive for us who have seen so many huge shell collections around the world.
Saint Spyridon with its Saint standing in it.
The return trip was to go through Ioannina city but the agency decided to let us spend some more time at Corfu town. That was really great I guess!So hubby and I spent the day visiting first Casa Parlante, an ethnological museum that has moving dolls in it.
Museum of Asian Art which was fantastic. It had amazing pieces of Art from Asia, all from the private collection of a former diplomat, Gregorios Manos, who was the Greek ambassador in Austria and had spent all his fortune on buying Asian art at auctions.
Palace of Saint Michael and Saint George in Corfu.
kintsugi as it is called in China
But all the way from Igoumenitsa to Thessaloniki we had a cloud over our bus that emptied its guts on us.
All in all it was an excellent trip! I really want to go back to Corfu one day!