See the highlights of Chania, on this comprehensive walking tour around the old town and its Venetian port, before discovering some of the more hidden spots and other major attractions, including the Archaeological Museum, home to a wide collection of coins, jewelry, vases, sculpture, clay tablets, busts and mosaics.
Explore the Chania fortress, one of the many fortifications built in response to the threat from the Ottoman Empire and see the well-preserved Venetian 'Arsenali' buildings in the harbor, which were once shipbuilding and ship repair yards.
You will also discover the 1860, Orthodox Cathedral of Chania, one of Chania’s most recognizable landmarks situated in front of the Plateia Mitropoleos and the Roman Catholic Cathedral, which was built in 1879 and has a charming courtyard with a statue of St. Francis of Assisi erected in the center.
Additionally, your expert local guide will take you to the Etz Hayyim Synagogue, remains of the once Jewish community and the Turkish quarters behind the inner harbor, where there are some interesting churches to discover.
Crete is Greece’s largest island so pay special attention to the location of the tours you choose.