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Flights to Crete have an average flight time of 3 hours 45 minutes. The island of Crete is served by two airports, Crete Chania and Crete Heraklion. With cheap flights to Chania and Heraklion, you can't miss out on an opportunity to make your way to Crete. As the largest of the Greek islands, Crete offers something for everyone. With plenty of cheap flights to Crete on a regular basis, you can be arriving in this Greek paradise in no time. With gorgeous golden, white sands, mountainous terrain surrounded by greenery, it really is a stunning island. With an array of bustling to quiet resorts dotting the coastline, you have plenty of places to choose from to base yourself after taking a flight to Chania or Heraklion.
If you plan on doing gorge walks, wear your walking boots on the day you fly, as the weight won't show in your baggage allowance. That way you'll have more room for your party clothes.
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Depending on the type of holiday you're looking for, there are many places that you can explore in Crete. An island with plenty of history, you don't have to go far in order to find a historic landmark worth seeing. Crete is home to 'Europe's largest city' in the form of Knossos. These ruins hold a lot of culture and history as it is the largest archeological site from the Bronze age.
The Samaria Gorge and Samaria National Park is located in western Crete. Renowned for its cliffs and trails, its the perfect place to see the surrounding sites. You can see what remains of the abandoned Samaria Village and visit the seaside village of Agia Rouméli.
Heraklion Archelogical Museum
Since there many stories in history that are so engraved in the island of Crete. It's hard not to come across places which will have artifacts and archeological sites on show. This museums is said to be the best when it comes to showcasing Minoan art, as it is home to many artifacts from the Minoan civilization.