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Walking around the Old Town of Chania, Greece.
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The charming city of Chania, Crete. Usually full of traveling tourists and locals, Chania is a great destination if you believe that there is no life like the good life. The harbour itself is usually bustling with activity as restauranteurs pull tourists in for some tasty food choices and there are plenty of options for drink, too - whether it's a sit-down for a tasty crisp Mythos or a trendy little water-front bar, the options are aplenty.
Chania's surrounding beaches are pretty awesome, as well, ducked into the coves along the coastline on the outskirts of the city. Enjoy the crystal clear waters and the soft sands as we take a stroll through some of them.
Many boat rides are offered from the Chania harbour and we jump on one of them here, taking the 'Sunset Cruise' for some glass bottom boat sightseeing - and the sunrise is spectacular.
Sunsets, a boat ride, food and beaches - there's no life like the good life. Not too far at all from the airport, Chania has it all.
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