Theotokopoulou Street is considered one of the most picturesque streets of the Old City of Chania, which maintains the romantic Venetian ambience, with impresive, historical mansions, small shops with Cretan products and traditional taverns. Wonder around the magnificent paved alleys of the Old City and start the journey through the time to the history of this amazing city!
The city of Chania was built during the minoan era, but was raised at the 13th century, under the Venetian reign. The architecture of the Old City of Chania is quite similar with the one of Venice, with narrow, paved alleys, tall buildings and mansions with internal gardens.
The trademark of the city is the old lighthouse, which was built by the Egyptians in the 7th century.
The Old Marketplace of Chania is a historical monument, built in cross shape and consists of traditional shops and taverns.