“See you down in the tavern”: The Times article – anthem for Crete

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The article makes a special mention of the history, but also the wild nature of Chania, while it makes special reference to Corfu.

Noting that there are now dozens of direct flights to Greece from Scotland, the Times article singles out and recommends the island of Crete and more specifically Chania. “The beautiful port of Crete exudes an intoxicating charm of the old town with its medieval Venetian architecture, the bustling restaurants by the port and the bustling popular markets”, typically state the Times.

The article makes a special mention of the history, but also the wild nature of Chania. “Mankind has been here since the Mycenaean times, in 1600 BC. “and the ruined buildings of Mycenae attract archaeologists from afar,” he said, then suggested to “adventurous” visitors to cross the Samaria Gorge and explore “virgin villages such as Vamos, known for its authentic Cretan food.” .

The article then praises Corfu, which, as it underlines, has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, thanks to its beautiful steep mountains, sandy beaches and its cultural capital, which stands out for its “serpentine, medieval alleys. Venetian fortresses with mosaics and its taverns “. Special mention is made of local products, such as “delicious honey and juicy olives” of Corfu.

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