10min away of the most city attractions

Spring Apartments are located 550 meters from the center of Chania city, which is called “Agora Market”.  This area stands surrounded by traditional buildings and the local post office which makes it ideal for those seeking tranquility and quality relaxation, away from the crowds and the tourist hordes.  Guests can enjoy their breakfast or just relax enjoying the downtown panoramic view from their own private balcony.  The closest bakery is two minutes away on foot and the nearest supermarket is just a 5-minute walk away.  Grab a cup of coffee to enjoy the walk even more.  

The Old Venetian Port of Chania is the city’s trademark and its busiest and most photographed spot.  It was built by Venetians in the 14th century to conduct their maritime trade and combat piracy.  During the Ottoman rule, it was left to ruin until the 19th century when the Egyptians occupied the area and reconstructed the harbour and its lighthouse.  During the late 19th century, all services were transferred to the natural port of Souda as the Old Harbour could no longer accommodate the new larger vessels of modern time.

The Nautical Museum of Chania is located at the entrance of the “Firka Fortress” , along Akti Kountourioti.  Founded in 1973, it boasts a permanent collection of about 2,500 exhibits, organized in chronological order.  The museum features relics, paintings, maps, nautical instruments, ship models and many more from the Bronze Age to modern times. There is also a rich collection of sea world exhibits.  Visit and discover the maritime culture of Greece in its entirety!

The Archaeological Museum of Chania opened in 1963 at the old monastery of Agios Frangiskos on Chalidon street.  Its main exhibits include objects recounting the history of the prefecture of Chania from Neolithic Times to the Roman era.  The Museum’s collection features findings from excavations over a period of 50 years in various areas across the city and the outskirts.

   After walking through the streets of the Old Town, it’s truly worth your while to visit the Archaeological Museum and get a deeper understanding of the city’s history.  The Museum guided tour helps you experience the everyday life of the people at the time, learn about their religious customs , their lines of trade and craft and acknowledge how much everyday living has changed over the centuries.  

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10min away of the most city attractions

Spring Apartments are located 550 meters from the center of Chania city, which is called “Agora Market”.  This area stands surrounded by traditional buildings and the local post office which makes it ideal for those seeking tranquility and quality relaxation, away from the crowds and the tourist hordes.  Guests can enjoy their breakfast or just relax enjoying the downtown panoramic view from their own private balcony.  The closest bakery is two minutes away on foot and the nearest supermarket is just a 5-minute walk away.  Grab a cup of coffee to enjoy the walk even more.  

The Old Venetian Port of Chania is the city’s trademark and its busiest and most photographed spot.  It was built by Venetians in the 14th century to conduct their maritime trade and combat piracy.  During the Ottoman rule, it was left to ruin until the 19th century when the Egyptians occupied the area and reconstructed the harbour and its lighthouse.  During the late 19th century, all services were transferred to the natural port of Souda as the Old Harbour could no longer accommodate the new larger vessels of modern time.

The Nautical Museum of Chania is located at the entrance of the “Firka Fortress” , along Akti Kountourioti.  Founded in 1973, it boasts a permanent collection of about 2,500 exhibits, organized in chronological order.  The museum features relics, paintings, maps, nautical instruments, ship models and many more from the Bronze Age to modern times. There is also a rich collection of sea world exhibits.  Visit and discover the maritime culture of Greece in its entirety!

The Archaeological Museum of Chania opened in 1963 at the old monastery of Agios Frangiskos on Chalidon street.  Its main exhibits include objects recounting the history of the prefecture of Chania from Neolithic Times to the Roman era.  The Museum’s collection features findings from excavations over a period of 50 years in various areas across the city and the outskirts.

   After walking through the streets of the Old Town, it’s truly worth your while to visit the Archaeological Museum and get a deeper understanding of the city’s history.  The Museum guided tour helps you experience the everyday life of the people at the time, learn about their religious customs , their lines of trade and craft and acknowledge how much everyday living has changed over the centuries.  

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