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May 26, 2018
A place mostly with Cretan traditional food.
November 26, 2018
If you want to taste traditional flavours this is one of the places I would definetely recommend you. It is the oldest place in town and every dish is made with fresh products which are produced by the owners.
September 19, 2019
Great authentic Cretan cuisine and in very reasonable price! If you want to eat as a local that's the place you are looking for!
August 25, 2018
very traditional food among top choices, book a table before
April 10, 2018
Traditional Cretan food, very good "staka", the villager's butter. Try it!

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“A park where local farmers sell they products every Saturday if it is not raining. It is a space full of trees where you can drink your coffee under the old oats.”
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Science Museum
“The museum presents the natural environment of East Mediterranean and especially of Crete. A lot of exhibits are interactive and there are many activities for children and families. Some of the museum's highlights are the "living museum" the collections with alive animals like iguanas and the impressive and educational earthquake simulator. Nice educational gifts can be found at the museum shop! ”
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“ This place is a Gem, with a children's play area, a lovely Taverna, and lots of lovingly looked after Animals (Goats, Sheep, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs and more!) ”
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“Kirkor is the best (and most traditional) place to enjoy "bougatsa", i.e. a pastry with local cheese or creme! You can enjoy "bougatsa" in the historical Four Lions Square.”
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History Museum
“Historical Museum of Crete, on Sofokli Venizelou, facing the sea, is dedicated to bringing 2,000 years of history to life. The museum was founded in 1952 in a handsome turn of the 20th Century townhouse. It houses important examples of early Christian artifacts, stonework and decorative objects of Roman, Arab, Byzantine, Venetian and Turkish origin. There is a panoramic wooden model of mediaeval Heraklion, or Candia as it was called by the Venetians (after its Arabic name El Khandak) in one room, beautifully detailed, with push-button spotlights picking out the locations of many important sites of worship, defense and government. Some of these buildings are still standing, some are still in use, and the Venetian roads continue to give Heraklion its shape. The museum offers a genuine learning experience to visitors. You will read about and see evidence of the siege of the city that lasted 21 years (1648-1669) and ended with its capture by Ottoman Turks and the start of a desperate epoch. Almost constant insurrection and strife for 250 years followed until final unification with Greece. More recent exhibits are concerned with the 20th Century, and the 1913 unification is dealt with, under the leadership of Eleftherios Venizelos. Other rooms offer evidence of the island''s most recent warfare and the 10-day Battle of Crete in 1941 is powerfully evoked. Another room, a reconstructed library, dedicated to Crete''s most famous writer, Nikos Kazantzakis, who captured for a moment the soul of Crete. The restaurants outside the museum offer shade and fine foods.”
  • 22 helybéli ajánlja
5 Geor. Georgiadou
Iraklio, 713 05
Telefonszám281 028 5629
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