Achileion Museum

Achilleion Museum

Top choice noteworthy building in Corfu Town
Set on a steep coastal slope 12km south of Corfu Town, the Achilleion Royal residence was built amid
the 1890s as the summer royal residence of Austria’s sovereign Elisabeth, the niece of Ruler Otto of
Greece. The palace’s two vital highlights are its unpredictably enhanced central staircase, rising in
geometrical flights, and its clearing plant porches, which command eye-popping sees.
There’s shockingly little to see inside, other than mementos of Elisabeth, who was killed in Genoa in
1898, and of the German kaiser Wilhelm II, who bought the royal residence in 1907 and included its
namesake statue of Achilles Triumphant.

It’s well worth getting a sound direct guide;
the depictions of different statues, depictions and foundation are amazing for setting. Sound guides
are free, but you’ll got to hand over official government ID of a few kind. You’ll utilize the guides for
up to 50 minutes only. Bus N-10 runs to the Achilleion from Corfu Town (€1.70, 20 minutes).

8am-8pm Apr-Nov, to 4pm Dec-Mar
adult/concession €8/6

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