The second-largest city on the Greek island of Crete is known for its charming blend of ancient history and modern development. The picturesque Old Town is a huge draw to visitors, with its Venetian harbor and neoclassical mansions. Here, cruisers can stroll the cobblestone streets, dine at local cafes, grab a drink at a tavern, browse for artworks and souvenirs and soak in all the rich views and historic architecture. The modern city beyond the Old Town also is bursting with things to do, from museums to public gardens to the busy market square. The summer is a particularly busy time of year, with frequent festivals and other cultural events. For active excursions, opt for a sea kayaking adventure through the historic harbor and out into the Aegean Sea or head out into the countryside for an off-roading expedition in the White Mountains.
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