Corfu, or Kerkyra, to give it its Greek name, lies in the nothern Ionian Sea at the entrance to the Adriatic, off the west coast of Albania and the Greek mainland, being the nothern-most of the seven Ionian Islands. The capital of the island is also named Corfu. This town is Venice and Naples, a touch of France and more than a dash of England, apart of course being Greek. In the heart of the bustling, lively town, seven and eight storied Venetian houses circle a vast green esplanade where on some Sundays cricket is played under the friendly shadow of an ornate Victorian bandstand. Parallel runs a long arcade; in fact, a second Rue de Rivoli, built by the French under Napoleon, grown nostalgic for Paris during their years on Corfu. It is in these idyllic surroundings that the Cavalieri Hotel is situated.
|Address||4 Capodistriou Street|
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|Phone number||30 (26610) 39041|