RENTED APARTMENT FOR RENT AT THE OLD TOWN OF CHANIA
The apartment is located in the center of Chania, at the Old Town. The property is less than 1 km away. from Kum Kapi Beach and offers units with a seating area.
The air-conditioned units include a tiled floor, a private bathroom, a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, a work desk and a living room. They also have an equipped kitchen, a balcony and city views. A fridge, oven, hob, kettle and coffee maker are available.
In addition, the apartment has a terrace.
Popular points of interest near the property are the Municipal Gallery of Chania, the Folklore Museum of Chania and the Metropolis Square. The nearest airport is Chania International Airport, at 11 km. from the apartment.
The apartment at Old Town is available for long-term rent from November to April.
All bills and internet are included in the price.
The Old Town of Chania
The old town in Chania enchants visitors with its narrow streets and beautiful architecture, which reveals the influences of foreign conquerors from previous centuries. The image of the city remains unchanged, bringing memories to the older and charming the younger.
The old town stretches behind the Venetian harbor, offering a great place for a walk and romantic dinners to visitors and locals. The Venetian port is the most important and famous attraction of the island and clearly the most photographed part of Chania.
The neighborhoods retain something of the Venetian aura and finesse of their past. The architectural perfection and style, with narrow cobbled streets and buildings from different eras, compose an ideal setting for morning or evening walks, while some of the neighborhoods, such as Halepa, reflect their rich history and troubled past.
The city dates back to the Neolithic era and was one of the main communities of the Minoans, as evidenced by recent excavations on the hill of Kastelli.
Chania was better known as Kydonia in the past, and its history is closely linked to the conquerors: the Venetians built the Acropolis of Chania and their cathedral and fortified the fortress at Kastelli, while in 1645 the Turks managed to conquer area after a 2-month siege.
The Turks were expelled in 1898 and Crete was annexed to Greece in 1913. Since then Chania is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Greece.