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All reviews watch the world beautiful harbour shops and restaurants harbour front narrow streets watch the sunset harbour area walk around light house nice walk maritime museum lighthouse stroll touts tourists bustling crete
If you have time to wander around for the day this is a lovely place to do it. Lots of great cafes/eateries and a nice mix of shops. With a big splash of history thrown in, this town on the shores of the Venetian Harbour...More
Chania's old venetian harbour is a mix of architecture and cultures - venetian, islamic and moorish. A great walk surrounded by bars and restaurant. If you are lucky you may see the sea turtles that live in the harbour. Stroll down some of the back...More
The weather was not the best but not bad, the ocean was splashing up a bit. The surroundings are nice and if you have already been to the Maritime Museum you get a feeling for the history of the place. The restaurant people are a...More
I spent four days exploring this quaint old neighbourhood. It’s like something from a movie, with narrow old brick roads, labyrinthine twists, stairs and archways. Stores abound, many with similar local craftwork (pottery, silver, leather, olive products) though there are some fine standouts with higher...More
When I came to Crete, we stayed in Galatas, and pretty much everyday we took a 15 minute bus into Chania to go to the bars and restaurants of the Old Venetian Harbor- quite frankly it is such a magical place! Good for families and...More
We had a nightmare trying to find somewhere to park and eventually finished up in someones front garden half a mile away! The harbour is very beautiful and has public toilets. There is a great range of tavernas and restaurants but be beware, some of...More
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Hi everyone, i have not gone on a cruise in a while, but if you plan on traveling to Chania specifically, you will stop at the Souda Port in Chania and then to get to the Venetian harbor you have to take a car or a taxi to... More
Hi everyone, i have not gone on a cruise in a while, but if you plan on traveling to Chania specifically, you will stop at the Souda Port in Chania and then to get to the Venetian harbor you have to take a car or a taxi to Palia Poli as they call it in Greek. It should take about 15 Mins to get their.