Coralli Beach Apartments

Hani Kokini, 71500, Greece
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best way to get to knossos from heraklion

by roamer61

What is the best and easiest way to get to Knossos from Heraklion? Should I plan on booking a tour, taking a taxi or try the local buses? I cant rent a car since I dont drive.

Re: best way to get to knossos from heraklion

by brotherleelove

Knossos is just outside of Heraklion, no more than 30 minutes by local bus. Ask in any travel agency where to catch the bus.

Re: best way to get to knossos from heraklion

by roamer61

I wouldn't say replica Tim, it is a very real place. I have a whole on the Minoan Civilization, so i know. It was however, restored in a way that Sir Arthur John Evans thought it looked in its heyday.

You may be referring to the wall paintings though. The ones at the site are indeed replicas as the originals were moved to the museum.

Re: best way to get to knossos from heraklion

by roamer61

Pardon the typo, I meant to say I have a whole book on the Minoans.

Re: best way to get to knossos from heraklion

by Ouzone

Simple by bus, from the bus station by the harbour. I think they are quite frequent about every 20 mins or so.

Re: best way to get to knossos from heraklion

by OzzRod

Visited Knossos just 2 weeks ago. You want Bus Route No.2 (also has Knossos displayed in destination window). Cost was Euro 1.30 each way. Tickets can be purchased from a little kiosk beside the tree at the bus station near the harbour.

Re: best way to get to knossos from heraklion

by samitbabu

This is around 5 kms from Heraklion.
Buses are available and so are taxis.
Decide based on the no of travellers.

Travel Tips for Crete Island

Time of relaxation

by spoutnek

A lot of things are favourite to me in Crete, well i can simply say know that i would like to drink some tsigoudia in a taverna in the mountain and having at the same time graviera (cheese) dipped in honey and then have a short walk nearby in the very quite nature. Camping times

Useful phone numbers

by ealgisi

The most common European emergency number 112 (following Directive 2002/22/EC: Universal Service Directive) and also standard on GSM mobile phones. 112 is used in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom in addition to their other emergency numbers.

Here are some useful phone numbers that you might need while in Greece:

Police: 100
Ambulance: 166
Fire: 199
Forest fire: 191
Coast guard emergency intervention: 108
Counter- narcotics immediate intervention: 109

if they offer for you tsikoudia (raki) dont say no

by spoutnek

Well Tsikoudia is the official name of Raki in Crete. They drink it in shots and if you are not used to it, you may feel bad after you drink the second shot. Most likely you will be offered some shots somewhere sometime by somebody, traditionally they inisist on thier guests to drink with them if you cannot more bettter to start looking for good excuses.

Mosquito repellent

by AcornMan

Some locations on Crete, such as Frangokastello and Falasarna, are known for their mosquito problems. Fortunately we did not find either place to be too bad, but there were definitely mosquitos present in both places. If you're going to visit a place like that save yourself the trouble by packing your own mosquito repellent so you're well-protected against these pesks.

Etz Hayyim Synagogue of Chania


The Jewish presence in Crete dates back to the 4th century BC.

While in Chania you can visit the Etz Hayyim Synagogue, a small piece of architecture and a huge piece of local history. It's a quiet place at Odos Kondylaki, very close to Halidon (sort of local Broadway huh).


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Address: Hani Kokini, 71500, Greece