Oh J&L - not on November 24th then!? I kind of assumed as a major hotel in Ioannina had it logged in their appointments diary for that date - that this was the definite date?? What is your information source?
Message posted by J&L on 23áSeptemberá2010 at 6:18pm - IP Logged
For anyone who hasn't heard, I have my hands on the IKEA catalogue for the new store in Ioanina opening on the 18th. YAY!! I know everyones been saying it, but until I actually had it in my hand I kept thinking that some terrible act of god would intervene and stop it happenning !
Message posted by BenMore on 07áJanuaryá2011 at 7:56am - IP Logged
I think this will be 'must' day out for most ex-pats on Corfu. From those who have been already, could you give a breakdown of timings, directions,costs etc of going there...It might make the day more enjoyable and prevent getting lost!!! Thanks
Message posted by BenMore on 12áJanuaryá2011 at 7:36pm - IP Logged
The ferry was Ç74 for car and two adults return. It is very easy to get to - follow the E90 to Ioannina then turn right on the E951. The store is on the right and it has the usual signage.. They are building a flyover so there's a lot of road works, BUT, IKEA is very well signposted. The drive from the ferry shouldn't take much more than 1 hour.
Here's the map from IKEA's website.
We stayed overnight in Ioannina, but it's not necessary (and adds considerably to the cost) given the driving time involved. We saw an IKEA bus at the store, so, they do a shuttle from somewhere in Ioannina as well.
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