Kastro’s sublime citadel rises over a long bluff overlooking lake and mountain. It holds the Tomb of Ali Pasha and restored Fetiye Cami...
Municipal Ethnographic Museum
The erstwhile Aslan Pasha Mosque (1619) exhibits local costumes and period photographs, along with tapestries and prayer shawls from...
Regular one-hour cruise on Lake Pamvotis, leaving from near the ferry quay.
Byzantine Museum Cafe
On Its Kale, this big and busy museum cafe offers coffees, waffles with ice cream and other snacks.
A hardworking mother-daughter team run this tiny new place known for its handmade pastas.
Lonely Planet review
Adjacent to the citadel, this museum presents early Christian and Byzantine art, pottery, coins and silverware, plus post-Byzantine icons and manuscripts, early Venetian-produced Greek books and ornate silver jewellery boxes with cloisonné enamel. Textual accompaniments detail Ioannina’s history from the 4th to the 17th century.