Hania Travel Guide
Shopping Holidaymakers should visit Hania's Municipal Market for good dining and souvenirs, and the famous Leather Street (Stivanadika) for leather items. Shoppers will also find many craft and jewellery establishments around the city.
Restaurants Visitors will find many cafes, tavernas and restaurants around the harbour. The city also has a number of traditional establishments in the market area.
Nightlife Hania has a number of clubs, with some quietly gay-friendly options.
Activities Hania has many good museums, especially the Maritime Museum. The city's gorgeous sand and pebble beaches offer sun, surf and relaxation, and day trips to Crete's myriad attractions are an option. Visitors will enjoy exploring the quaint narrow streets.
Negatives The pavements in Hania are very narrow, so strolling along the streets can be a bit hazardous.
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