Affordable one-way flights to Chania
Welcome to Greece
The sheer amount of islands, museums, archaeological sites and beaches throughout Greece means you'll need to visit several times to see it all. A good start is to pick a single location and explore it to the fullest . A Condor flight to Chania, for example, puts the fascinating island of Crete at your doorstep. Let Condor provide you with cheap flights to Chania for your next Grecian holiday.
A flight to Chania will put you directly in Crete's second largest city. Although the city suffered considerable damage during World War II, considerable time, money and energy have been put in to its rebuilding and the result has been remarkable. The city is full of life, beauty history and culture. Book a flight to Chania with Condor and disocver the many tales the city has to tell.
Upcoming flights to Chania
Condor offers amazing deals for flights to Chania from a variety of airports throughout Germany. The flight to Chania from western and Central German airports like, Düsseldorf and Frankfurt, takes a little over 3 hours, while flights from Munich only last about 2 1/2 hours. One-Way tickets to Chania are a great choice if you want to do some island hopping on your vacation. Condor can make your holiday dreams a reality.
A regular schedule of flights to Chania depart from most major German airports throughout the high tourist season, so from April to November. In the off season, it's best to access Chania with a flight through Athens. Conversely those looking to fare the open seas might think of booking a one-way flight to Chania and then ferrying back to Athens for a change of scenery.
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Top sights in Greece
Despite suffering extensive damage during World War II, Chania's old town is still considered to be extremely charming and picturesque. The old town centre is the best place for visitors to start their journey as it offers the most information regarding sites and activities available on the island.
New town of Chania
The so-called new town of Chania poses a stark contrast to the old town, perfectly illustrating Chania's rebirth into a modern, thriving city. Mostly locals and workers reside in the new town, but it is home to a number of points of interest for tourists. The Kipos, or public gardens, are a lovely spot to stroll.
The Archaeological Museum of Chania
Chania has a wealth of fascinating museums documenting its rich and vast history. Those interested in the evolution of Crete from prehistoric times to modernity should visit the Archaeological Museum of Chania. The War Museum provides detailed information about the different wars and conflicts that have shaped Greek history.
The School Life Museum
The concept of schools and education in Greece has decidedly shaped western views throughout history. The School Life Museum in Chania aims to show the evolution of classroom environments and teaching philosophies throughout the ages, while also proposing models for classrooms of the future.
A trip to Chania wouldn't be complete without a day at the beach. 11 different beaches in and around Chania have been awarded the Blue Flag for excellence. Families or those looking for organized sports and first-rate beach ammenities should visit Agii Apostoli, located just 1.5 miles from the city center.