Like every city, Larissa has its own park, the Alcazar Park, a real natural jewel. Located on the banks of the Pinios river, it is an ideal place for relaxation, since for the people of Larissa it is a place for walking and recreation. You will see it embellished with large pedestrian streets, playgrounds, a landscaped lake, cycle paths and an open-air theatre, the famous “Garden Theatre”, where summer theatre performances are held. In the park you will also find the National Resistance Monument.
What will really impress you in Larissa is the number of pedestrian streets you will find in the city centre, which helps residents and visitors alike to enjoy the city without the noise of cars. Apart from the leisurely stroll along the pedestrian streets, Larissa residents have put cycling into their lives for good. The absence of uphill roads favours the use of bicycles for commuting, as long as the distances in the city are short.
Larissa has many archaeological sites that bear witness to its rich history. The most important archaeological site of the city is the Ancient Theatre, which was built in the 3rd century BC and is one of the best preserved ancient theatres in Greece. The entire historical centre is an archaeological gem. Exploring it you will find the Great Ottoman Bath, the Bayrakli Mosque and continuing along the route the Yeni Mosque.
Are you planning to visit Larissa and looking for the perfect hotel for your stay? Whether you are a business traveller or just visiting the city for leisure, Larissa offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit every taste and budget.
The hotel offers elegant rooms and suites, as well as a variety of facilities and services including a restaurant, bar, spa, gym and swimming pools.