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Heraklion is the biggest city of Crete and the fifth of Greece, concentrating the economical, industrial and administrative activity of the island. It is actually the key business center of Crete and a major cruise destination. Heraklion Is full of amazing shops and restaurants and on the northern coast of the prefecture of Heraklion visitors will discover various attractive and wonderful beaches that can be reached by bus from Heraklion Town. Those spending time in the seaside towns in the north of Crete will often find themselves in need of a rest from the crowds so why not make a pit stop in one of Heraklions many welcoming bars. For the more active of traveler why not try out the islands array of water sports such as, Sailing, Diving and windsurfing.

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8/10 Great

30 September 2010

outside the hotel there is the main street with shops for you to look for bargins

didnt see much of heraklion arrived at night and went back at night will check it out when i go again.

8/10 Great

24 August 2010

Don't go in August - it's too hot to go anywhere

Although we didn't see that much, we have been to many Greek islands and went to Rhodes last year and we were amazed how much the costs have increased. Petrol was up 40% in a year, and generally prices and taxes were a lot higher because of the debt (so the locals told us). There are some interesting sites though and the best way to see them is by bus which is still extremely cheap. Beware of taxis charging what they like though, you may have to barter.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Good shopping

6/10 Good

05 October 2010

You will eat a lot!

This is a nice town but not a lot to do. If you are into the "History" then it is more interesting. Lots of "cafe" type restaurants that do not require dressing up. You could get by with a pair of shorts and a few tops. They are also bars in the centre of town where the locals have a drink after work so it is very busy then. They seem to have one drink that lasts a couple of hours and then they go home. The drinks were expencive.£6 for a vodka and that was local, not smirnoff... all of them showing football and nothing else. BORING.. we then found a fantastic restaurant called loukoulos in the center of town and this was very very special and the decor as well as the outstanding food made it great. we dressed up for this and went there 3 nights. There were a few more around the same street worth looking at. Shoe shops are well worth a look and good prices. A Saturday is great in town all the streets come alive and lots of things to see and buy a good day in town. People are friendly.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The people.