Explore Zakynthos Town and discover its unique architecture influenced by the Venetians, French, and English who once colonized the island. Despite the major earthquake of 1452 that destroyed many of the elegant mansions and fine neoclassical buildings, a few traditional buildings and churches still remain in the town. Be sure to visit the spacious Solomos Square, one of the few areas where traditional architecture was preserved in the new town. Along the waterfront between Solomos Square and the Church of Agios Dionysios, you'll find the most popular and crowded area of Zakynthos. Here, you can indulge in Greek gastronomy and engage in the activity of shopping, with plenty of restaurants, tourist shops, and ferry agencies available. Don't miss out on visiting the town's museums, churches, and monuments during your stay in one of the many nearby places to stay.

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