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When to go:
Chania is a lively city in its own right, its every district boasting of outstanding tourist accommodations. The summer months will allow you to sample Crete’s tropical waters

How To Reach

Chania International Airport “Ioannis Daskalogiannis” is the second biggest airport of Crete after Heraklion, and is located 14 km from the town centre. Frequent flights (40 min) connect the city to Athens. The cost of a taxi into town is between 12 and 15 euros. A KTEL bus into Chania (30 min) will cost you 2.10 euros.

Telephones

Police: 100, +30 2821028744
Tourist Police: +30 2821025931, +30 2821025930
Tourist info: + 30 2821041665-6
Fire Brigade: 199, +30 2821090433
First Aid: 166, +30 2821028667
Hospital: +30 2821022000
Port Police: 108, +30 2821098388 (Chania) and +30 2821089240 (Souda)
Airport: +30 2821063171, +30 2821083841 and +30 2821083800
Bus Station: +30 2821093306, www.bus-service-crete-ktel.com, +30 2821093024, www.chaniabus.gr
Radio Taxi:+30 2821098700 and+30 2821094300
www.chania.eu, www.chania.gr