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Knossos Excursion

Price: 29€ ( included bus drive round trip and guiding)

Extra debits

Entrances, boat fees and meals are not included.

INTERESTING TO KNOW:

Knossos palace is Crete’s most visited archaeological site.Discover the most well know myths about the Minotaur and the Labyrinth while walking through the history of the Minoan civilization. The first excavation of the site was conducted in 1878 by Minos Kalokerinos of Herakleion. This was followed by the long-term excavations 1900-1913 and 1922-1930) of the Englishman Sir Arthur Evans, who uncovered virtually the entire palace.While walking through the palace one can admire the Frescoes,pottery and the Throne room. This great civilization was destroyed at the explosion of the volcano of Santorini island.

TRIP ITINERARY:

  • After we pick you up from your hotel at our pick up points our escort will fill you in with imformation about our trip.
  • On the national road outside Rethimno we stop for 30 minutes to have breakfast.
  • Upon arrival at the Palace of Knossos our professional archaeologists-guide will guide you for 2 hours .The guiding is in English language.
  • Entrance fee for Knossos Palace  and Archeological museum : 15€ (children up to 12 years pay 8 euros). To be paid upon arrival.
  • After our tour in Knossos we drive you to the city center of Heraklion where you have time to visit either the archaeological museum of Heraklion or have lunch and admire the capital of Crete. You have approximately 2 hours free time.
  • While returning we will make a 20 minute stop for a refreshment and then we will be back at Chania about 18:30 p.m
  • Prices
  • Adults (price per adult) 29 EUR
  • Children (price per child) 14,5 EUR

September 2019

Week Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
35 26 Aug 27 Aug 28 Aug ( 50 ) 29 Aug 30 Aug 31 Aug 01 Sep
36 02 Sep 03 Sep 04 Sep ( 50 ) 05 Sep 06 Sep 07 Sep 08 Sep
37 09 Sep 10 Sep 11 Sep ( 50 ) 12 Sep 13 Sep 14 Sep 15 Sep
38 16 Sep 17 Sep 18 Sep ( 50 ) 19 Sep 20 Sep 21 Sep 22 Sep
39 23 Sep 24 Sep 25 Sep ( 50 ) * * 26 Sep 27 Sep 28 Sep 29 Sep
40 30 Sep 01 Oct 02 Oct ( 50 ) * * 03 Oct 04 Oct 05 Oct 06 Oct

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