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We visited Chania as part of a cruise visit so only had a few hours her, but this is definitely a place I would want to return to. The harbour is just so picturesque, so many photo opportunities. Lots of small streets nearby teeming with...More
The most evocative city of the Greek Islands. For two days I’ve enjoyed walking this historic city, appreciating the Venetian Harbor. Starting as the Minoan settlement of Kydonia in ancient times, Chania was quick to become a chief city on the Mediterranean. It...More
There are so many restaurants and places to stop it's almost hard to get all the way from one end of the harbor to the other in a day. Just off the harbor is all the REAL shopping. The shopping on the harbor is mostly...More
We were looking for somewhere to eat with the children that allowed them the space to move and us the space to relax. We found it at the water front. The children enjoyed looking for fish and crabs, whilst the adults were able to sit...More
On Sep 21, we arrived at Chania's Souda Port by cruise ship and headed to the Old Venetian Harbor by the town bus that met us at the dock. After wandering around downtown we found the Venetian Fountain at the Plaza El. Venizelou and saw...More
This normally sheltered harbour was experiencing the pre-cursor of a huge storm...waves were encroaching into the harbourfront shops and restaurants. Nonetheless, it is a fascinating place - easy to imagine what the town was like when the Venetians ruled...and, with climate change upon us, I'd...More
Response from Theohatzi92 | Reviewed this property |
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.