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Exploration in flavors

Unique cheeses, delicious pies, well- cooked fresh meat with local vegetables, traditional noodles, trachana, fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs. If you visit Ioannina and don't taste the continental cuisine, you can't claim to have really gotten to know the city. How will you be introduced to the aromas and colors of the senses and good times, if you don't try the famous wines of Zitsa and Metsovo, as well as the locally produced tsipouro.


The city of Ioannina is considered a sufficiently functional urban formation, with a modern, safe pedestrian network and a variety of options for sports and alternative activities. Pedestrians and cyclists have the ability of direct access to all important points of interest, with routes that cross or intersect the wider area of the center to the lakeside area.


In a loveable city, which has been identified with the slogan "The colors of the fest have our own light", there is never a shortage of occasions for parties and extravaganzas. Different currents of expression meet at the crossroads of joy and fun and create unforgettable moments of joy. Sounds and sights mix with the mysterious atmosphere of the landscape, bringing a flood of feelings of spiritual upliftment.

Two Days full of Ioannina

The major advantage of Ioannina is that you can see every corner of the city in a walk. You leave your car in a parking lot or you get off a bus and then everything is in front of you! Great sights, tastes, smells, images, the history of the place, parks, scenic spots, food, drink and fun. Lots of fun! 

365-day attraction pole

There are a lot of ideal vacation destinations, depending on the time of year you choose to travel, but it is rare to find a place that offers exceptional options all year around, like Ioannina. Here, you can lose track of time. Easy. Even if it is a three day visit or a ten day vacation, any season of the year, there is always something exciting to see and do.

The Jewish Community of Ioannina

The Jewish community of Ioannina has always been the indisputable center of Romaniote tradition. In the 8th and 9th century CE, Ioannina began to develop from a small lakeside hamlet to an urban center, which attracted Jews, among others, probably from nearby locations. The earliest historic mention of the presence of Jewish residents in the city of Ioannina dates from the early 14th century, during the reign of Andronikos II Palaeologus, when two chrysobulls were issued under his name.