Patras is a city in the western Peloponnese and is the capital of the prefecture of Achaia. It is the 3rd largest city in Greece in population. Both Patras and the wider region of Achaia are rich in history, sights, monuments and natural beauty.

The castle of Patras is a medieval castle built on the outskirts of the mount Panachaiko, on the ruins of the ancient acropolis of Patras. It was built in the 6th century AD, by Justinian and is a preserved monument of incomparable beauty and great historical interest.

Roman Odeon of Patras is located west of the castle of Patras and was built in the end of the 1st century AD. The traveler of the 2nd century AD Pausanias describes the Odeon as the most presentable of all Greek conservatories after the Athenian one.

Roman Odeon of Patras:
Its capacity initially reached 2,300 spectators. Its characteristic reddish form is due to its red brick lining.