A wonderful little island. We truly enjoyed just walking around this port. There was a nice market in the center of town that offered freshly made meats and cheeses as well as some heavenly nougat! You could also find really nice fruits and vegetables. The local museums were also within walking distance and they had some really nice outdoor cafes to grab a bit or some authentic cafe au lait.
We once again decided to just "walk around" and see what we could see. The ship offered a shuttle for a small amount into town which we took. We paid a small admission fee to go into the "old fort" which was very nice. But the best part of Corfu was the little town itself. There were plenty of shops of all kinds offering clothing, trinkets, soaps, baked goods, etc and many cafes and creperies where you could get just about anything to eat. There was a large public park where there was a cricket game going on while we were there. There was more than enough to fill a day without having to pay for a professional tour. It was a day well spent.
A beautiful seaside city. We enjoyed the morning walking along the seawall. There were many outdoor cafes as well as gelatarias and bakeries. We were there on a Sunday, so a lot of things were closed, but we enjoyed the day nonetheless.
We were taken totally by surprise by this lovely town. We chose to use the hop on/hop off bus (9 Euros per person) to get an overview. Then we got off at the Old Town and spent the rest of the day exploring this wonderful medieval town. We could have spent several days here and not seen all there was to see here.