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All reviews meeting point bougatsa lions square surrounded by restaurants busy square pedestrian area focal point the heart of the city greek mythology landmark aqueduct governor venizelou francesco tavernas tourists benches
This is a great place to sit and relax have a sweet desert and a drink. Watch the pigeons and people. I was happy to see the foundation was in operation as well
Amazing to think how 400 years ago the people of the city...More
The lion s fountain is one of Heraklion s trademark. If u get lost unjust search for the lions. It’s the center of the city. Around it there are loads of bars n gyros places coffee shops. U can go downwards to the sea and...More
I visited this fountain on a Saturday evening stroll .
This square is surely a cross road for shoppers, both locals and tourists alike .
After the shopping sit and rest a little and people watch at this square and fountain .
It becomes extremely...More
Nice fountain and situated right in the middle of the shopping bar quarters in old town Heriklion. Fun to walk by, take a pic and keep going. Don’t know the history behind it but definitely a show stopper! Worth a quick visit and take out...More
Surrounded by eating/drinking establishments on 25 Augustou Street. A relaxing area to rest whilst admiring the decorated fountain comprising eight cisterns and decorated with stone figures from Greek mythology, nymphs, tritons and monsters.
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Hello, the Morosini Fountain is a 20 min walk. I reckon. I am not sure where exactly the cruise ships moor. But once you get to the bottom of 25th August street, you are in a pleasant pedestrian area. You walk straight up... More
Hello, the Morosini Fountain is a 20 min walk. I reckon. I am not sure where exactly the cruise ships moor. But once you get to the bottom of 25th August street, you are in a pleasant pedestrian area. You walk straight up and there you are.