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Karditsa is the capital of the homonymous prefecture and is built at the western end of the fertile Thessalian plain and is an administrative, economic, commercial and cultural centre of the prefecture.
It is a flat city with very good roads and is famous for the wide use of bicycles by its inhabitants. It is the first city in Greece where a network of bicycle paths was created.
Its geographical location contributed to it being an important commercial centre, which resulted in its demographic growth, with immigrants from the surrounding cities and regions.
Karditsa today is a green and quiet city, with pedestrian streets in the centre that offers its visitors in addition to relaxation, all the options of a modern urban city.
Worth to visit in Karditsa:
Pausilipos Grove: A trademark of Karditsa is Pausilipos, the first urban amusement park of the city. Its name has its roots in the words pause and sorrow, which means to soothe sadness. Once upon a time, the weekly animal market and the annual trade fairs took place in this location on the 21st of May during the celebration of Saint Constantine and Helen and at the end of October of Agios Dimitrios, which lasted for 8 days. The park was renovated in the 1990s, turning it into a modern urban park that now welcomes hundreds of visitors seeking tranquillity and relaxation in the city centre.
Rentina Agrafon: One of the most important villages of Agrafa, located at an altitude of 900 meters. The contribution of the village to the modern history of Greece was essential, as it played a leading role in the Revolution of 1821 and during the occupation of World War II. Rentina has been characterized as a traditional settlement and retains its cultural character. Do not forget to visit the Museum of National Resistance and the Museum of Byzantine and Post- Byzantine Art.
Lake Plastira: Lake Plastira is an important destination for alternative tourism in Greece and is located 25 kilometres west of Karditsa, in a lovely environment at an altitude of 1100 meters. It is an artificial lake created in 1959, with the
completion of the dam on the river Tavropos. The name is due to the military and politician Nikolaos Plastiras, whose idea was to create the lake. It is one of the most important technical projects in Greece, of exceptional natural beauty that is
worth visiting. The area has organized tourist infrastructure with hotels, taverns and shops with traditional products.