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The staff from the hotel was excep­tion­ally nice and friendly ! We got the feel­ing we were vis­it­ing our friends.
Very help­ful and friendly staff with a lot of advice. They tried their best to give us a room although
My room was clean and they gave me a non-smoking one which I had requested. For my one night stopover

Volos

Built at the inner­most point of the Pagasetic Gulf and at the foot of Mount Pilio or Pelion (the land of the Cen­taurs), Volos is the only out­let towards the sea from Thes­saly, the country’s largest agri­cul­tural region. With a pop­u­la­tion of 141.675 (2001) and a pre­fec­ture of around 200.000 , It is an impor­tant indus­trial cen­tre, while its port pro­vides a bridge between Europe, the Mid­dle East and Asia. Volos is the third of Greece’s major com­mer­cial ports, but also gains sig­nif­i­cant traf­fic because of its con­nec­tions by ferry and hydro­foil to the nearby Spo­rades Islands, which include Skiathos, Skope­los and Alonissos.

Wikipedia — Volos

Volos Munic­i­pal­ity Portal

Uni­ver­sity of Thessaly

Volos Infor­ma­tion Centre

Volos Port

Volos Air­port — Nea Anchialos

Ski Cen­ter of Pelion

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