Volos is a city in Thessaly, built in Pagasitiko Bay, near the site of ancient Iolkos foothills of Pelion
Some of the attractions of Volos is:
- The Castle of Volos in today's Old Quarter in the western sector of the city, built in the 6th century century. In the district of the Old and multiplex Village's underground garage can admire the impressive exalted by the Archaeological Service Roman Baths.
- The Park Anavros, opposite the Museum, with representative samples of modern sculpture. In 1988 the city became symposium Greek and foreign artists-sculptors. Attendees donated to the city what works created the period of the symposium, which they adorn the park.
- The House with the Rose, on the corner of streets and Vlahava Anthimos Gazi, where the painter Chrisoula Zogia lived.