A loved landmark of the city, built by the Venetians. Nowadays it is used as
an art venue.
With a tradition of over 1000 years, this church is truly an antique piece.
Inside, you can see the relics of St. Titus.
One of the most important European museums and an ideal place where to start
learning about the history of Crete.
Built by the Venetians who needed a place to gather. A beautiful and elegant
building that nowadays houses the Town Hall.
A majestic 19th century church, one of the largest in Greece. Worth visiting
for the beautiful frescoes and the massive dome.
Encircling the city, these walls remember much more than just the Venetians.
Definitely visit if you're in the town.
Devoted to the history of the island. The exhibits are devoted to a variety
of topics from ancient coins to the Turkish rule.
The iconic main city of the Minoan civilisation. An absolute must-see for
anyone visiting the island.
A refreshing park, ideal for getting away from the heat and witnessing
Crete's greener side.