Church of Agios Titos
This majestic church dominates the eponymous square. It has Byzantine origins in AD 961, was converted to a Catholic church by the...
Municipal Art Gallery
The three-aisled 13th-century Agios Markos Basilica was reconstructed many times and turned into a mosque by the Turks. Today it’s an...
Also known as Lion Fountain, this is the most beloved among the Venetian vestiges around town. On Plateia Venizelou, it spurts water...
Grab an outdoor table, guzzle a cold one and watch the world on parade at this buzzy cafe.
With a terrace spilling towards the Morosini Fountain, this been-here-forever cafe is the go-to place for bougatsa : a traditional...
Lonely Planet review
Iraklio’s town hall is housed in the attractively reconstructed 17th-century Loggia, a Venetian version of a gentleman’s club, where the male aristocracy once gathered for drinks and gossip.