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Chania Tours

Chania Tours

Chania, located on the north coast of Crete, Greek's largest island, offers a myriad of sites, from the charming Old Town to the bustling harbor. Of course, beach lovers will find plenty of white sand near the town, and history enthusiasts will relish the remnants of several cultures.

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What is There to See in Chania?

Chania is rich in history, having been a part of a have a dozen civilizations, including the Minoan, ancient Greek, Venetian, Ottoman, and Roman eras. This cultural divergence has left a myriad of exciting things to see and do in the Chania area. Sightseeing highlights include the Old Venetian Wall and the surrounding Old Town, Eleftherios Venizelos’ House (the founder of the Greek independence movement), the archeological museum in the St. Francis Monastery and the Nautical Museum of Crete. Of course, the harbor at Chania, with its promenade, is a great place to watch people go by and have a leisurely fresh seafood lunch.

Where is Chania?

Chania is the second-largest city on the Greek island of Crete. It sits on the north side of the island, about 70 kilometers (43 miles) from Heraklion. The greater Chania area is home to around 108,000 residents.

Is Chania Safe to Walk Around?

Chania and the whole island of Crete are considered safe for tourists. However, as with any tourist destination, it's wise to guard your valuables carefully and be alert to pickpockets. You can enjoy this historical city by attending some walking tours. Immerse yourself with the great history as well as the famous wineries

How Do I Get to Chania?

Direct flights depart Athens several times a day for Chania International Airport. Also, seasonal charter flights are available from cities in the UK, Germany, and other European countries. Ferry service to Souda (the Port of Chania) is available from Pireaus (the Port of Athens). The flight from Athens takes about 50-60 minutes. The ferry from Athens takes around 7.5 hours and makes multiple stops en route.

What Is Worth Visiting on Crete?

Crete, the largest and most populated island in Greece, offers plenty to see and do. The island was the center of the ancient Minoan civilization, and there are many sites, including the Palace of Knossos, that remain from that time. Nature enthusiasts will want to visit the natural palm forest at Vai and hike along the spectacular gorge at Samaria. Art and architecture lovers will enjoy the Venetian city of Rethymno and the castle there.