The charming town of Nafplio, is nestled in the picturesque Argolid prefecture, which was once considered the heart of ancient Greece. However, between 1600 and 1100 B.C., during the Mycenaean rule, the town experienced a gradual decline.
Subsequently, the Dorians emerged and held dominion over the region until the Romans conquered the land. Today, the old city of Nafplio enchants visitors with its neoclassical houses, quaint streets, adorned with wooden balconies overflowing with vibrant flowers, Turkish fountains, and the captivating Constitution (Syntagma) Square, featuring charming mosques and inviting outdoor cafes. It truly feels like stepping into a fairy tale land. After centuries of strife, Nafplio now exudes an air of happiness and tranquility that will embrace you during your visit.