Athens, the national capital, is located 50 miles (80 kilometers) east of Vrahati.
Peloponnese is popular with local and overseas visitors. To understand why, explore the other popular attractions in the vicinity of Vrahati. Approximately 7 miles (11 kilometers) away you'll find Corinth. Head here to see the Corinth Canal and Temple of Apollo.
Approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the west of Vrahati is Aigialeia, an important regional center where you'll find Nikolaiika Beach, Vouraikos Gorge and Diakofto Train Monument. Tsivlou Lake and Panagia Tripiti Church are also good to visit.
Travelers looking to discover special places to reflect upon life's great mysteries, will relish the chance to spend time in the area's monasteries. Every destination has its own unique history and this area has its own stories to tell. The fortresses here are well worth visiting.
If the weather is good while you are here, get out and enjoy the water activities. Boating and swimming are just two ways the locals like to cool off here. The Peloponnese area boasts a range of laid-back activities. Set aside some time for beach combing or cycling and leave your worries behind.
When the time comes to leave Vrahati, put the lens cap back on your camera, spend your last of your euros, and bid a fond Yiá sou (farewell) to this special place.