The Old Port of Chania, with a history longer than 5.000 years, is a city full of surprises, that is going to amaze you. The “Little Venice” of Greece, as it is called, has maintained unchainged the Venecian architectural feautures of its, with the narrow alleys, the multi-level manssions with the pation and the small, full of life squares. At the same time, a cosmpolitan character has been developed, with lots of vintage bars, cafes, restaurants and any kind of entertainment one could ask for, that make the city be awake all day long.
The area in which the hotel is located, is called “Splantzia“, a Turkish word that means “Aqueduct”, as during the turkish domination an actual aqueduct was built in the square of the area. Sarpaki Street is an architectural mix of the Turkish and Venetians, the dominators who had overmastered Chania in the past. In the whole area, apart from cretan, traditional restaurants and shops, the visitor will also find “Politika” restaurants, with flavors and aromas from Konstantinoupolis (Instabul).
PRIVATE TRANSFER : It is possible to book a private transfer to and from the airport. Simply contact +30 697718 5475 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. The fare is approximately 30 euros with luggages included from 6am to 12 pm(there is a supplement for night hours)
If you reach Chania from the airport via E. Venizelou Street, turn right on Daskalogianni Street. If you reach Chania from the National Road, reaching the Municipal Market of Chania turn right and then the second road left, Daskalogianni Street.
At Daskalogianni Street, in the direction of the port, turn left onto the third street just before Splantzia Square, on the street that continues as the Kallinikou Sarpaki pedestrian street. At the entrance of the square you will see the Thallos Boutique Hotel.