Chania Town, Greece

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2 hours (Approx.)
Hotel pickup offered
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Offered in: English


Ride a fun Trikke electric scooter and get a flavor of Chania’s culinary and folk heritage on a private 2-hour tour. With a knowledgeable guide, ride a 3-wheeler Trikke around the picturesque Old Town lanes. Visit a knife shop and learn about the art of making Crete’s famous knives — a long-time symbol of the island — before stopping to sample Cretan wines and local appetizers. Finally, explore Chania’s Folklore Museum to learn about life in bygone Crete as your guide offers fascinating insight into the island’s traditional culture and customs.
  • Private 2-hour Chania flavors and folklore tour by Trikke
  • Ride a Trikke electric scooter around the charming Old Town, with an expert guide
  • See knife makers at work at a knife shop and learn about these time-honored implements
  • Sample a variety of Cretan wines alongside delicious local appetizers
  • Visit Chania Folklore Museum to learn about island life in the 18th and 19th centuries
  • Gain insight into bygone Crete through the artifacts and room models
  • Family-friendly tour, with the undivided attention of a private guide


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, Sep 2018

This was a great way to see the city of Chania. Finding the place was fairly easy. You need to make your way down to the Agora and this was close by. Once we found the place, they set us up with our Trikkes and we were off. Our tour guide (Nikiforos Bouros) was very knowledgeable and pointed out several sights along the way along with plenty of history of the area. We toured all around the city. We started by seeing the Agora and getting a few minutes to check out the inside. We then went on to a knife making store, which was very cool to see. We continued on to the original mosque in Chania and stopped by several churches and other landmarks until we made our way to the Old Venetian port. We then went into a museum about the past of Chania and continued on our way. We stopped at a very cool wine store where we were able to do a wine tasting and got a large plate of mezzes. I think the only downside to the tour was that we were expecting more stops for food and drink along the way. The description is accurate though, so we couldn't be too unhappy. Our tour guide (Nikiforos Bouros) was phenomenal and really got us excited about the city of Chania! The tour really made us feel like we got the most out of our day in port and we would certainly recommend it to any family or friends going to that area!

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