With Livadia as the destination, the first to think most is probably the … food and especially the meat of which it is famous and which has given it a place in the pantheon of the “must” destinations for meat lovers.
However, the city of Viotia has many beautiful corners and pictures, which are also interesting for those who are not limited to good food.
It is located in the north-western part of the prefecture of Viotia, 130 km from Athens and at an altitude of 160 meters, at the foot of Heliconas.
The river runs through the river. From south to north, the female river joins first with the Makrisso River and then with Kifissos.
Many historians – Pausanias – think that the city existed from the time of Homer and identify it with the Homeric Mizia. The ancient city, famous for the Oropos of the Trophon, was built on the right bank of the Herakenia. Excavations have brought to light its ruins that date back to the 4th century BC. until the 3rd century AD. century.
Today, Livadia has four main squares (Lambrou Katsoni or Zappeio, Ethnikis Antistaseos – Central Square, Tabakas and Agios Meletios in the refugee settlement) and four main churches (Panagia Theotokou, Agios Nikolaos, Agios Georgios and Evangelistria).
The most interesting places of the city include the ancient sources of Lethis and Mnemosyne, on the River Erkena, from which the town is still supplied, the remains of the Orthodox Orthodox, the Byzantine castle and the Clock Tower, one of the features “Milestones” in Livadia.
One of the most beautiful locations in the city is the Krya, a region full of trees and running water, where there is also a stone theater.