Heraklion, Its History and Culture: A Walking Tour
When: Year round, except national celebrations and Greek official holidays, and Sundays when the Historical Museum is closed
Languages: Czech, English, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish, Finnish, Swedish, Turkish,
Duration: Seven hours
Meeting Point: Heraklion: Liberty Square; or, upon request, pick up and drop off at your hotel
Dress Code: Casual; comfortable walking shoes; sunblock
Including: Full services of an officially qualified tourist guide; admission fees to the Heraklion Archaeological Museum and the Historical Museum; lunch; and bottled water.
Walking difficulty: Moderate: mostly flat surfaces and pathways; both museums are wheel chair accessible, but some uneven terraces and stairs at Knossos, where wheel chairs can access only half the site. The Heraklion Archaeological Museum is wheel chair accessible, but the streets of the city pose problems.
Rest rooms/WC: Yes
the capital and largest city of Crete, abounds with buildings, monuments, and churches that bear witness to its centuries-old history, among them the Archaeological Museum, Morozini Fountain, the Venetian Loggia, Aghios Minas, St. Titus Church, and the Historical Museum.