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All reviews meeting point lions square bougatsa surrounded by restaurants busy square focal point pedestrian area the heart of the city heraklion town beggars francesco landmark governor venizelou aqueduct tavernas fortuna
You can't be in Heraklion City and miss top be there, because it is really in the heart of it... Surrounded by excellent options of having caffee or food but please do NOT miss the traditional Bougatsa with cream or with chese (sugar and cinnamon...More
The fountain is located in Lion's Square in the center of Heraklion where there are numerous cafes surrounding the square. It was designed to bring drinking water to the Heraklion citizens in the 17th century.
The citizens of Heraklion (and Crete) are exceptionally proud of Morosini's Fountain and rightfully so. It's an excellent example of Venetian stone carving and is centrally located in the old part of Heraklion. Surrounding the fountain is an area with small cafes (some more touristy...More
Very attractive fountain in Heraklion town center with four water mouthpieces streaming into semi round bays so that users could approach without getting splashed yet put their hands out and wash. Built by the Venetian who purchased the town for a thousand pieces of silver...More
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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.