Chania Old Town is considered the most beautiful urban district on Crete and Vranas Residenza lies at the very centre of it and at the same time on the seafront, surrounded by numerous gorgeous boutique shops and restaurants. Its beautiful labyrinth of little streets creates a unique ambient atmosphere and leads to the impressive Venetian harbour. All of the area's main sights, such as the characteristic Lighthouse, Chania’s long – standing emblem, market hall and Maritime Museum are within a comfortable strolling distance from Vranas Residenza.
Numerous restored Venetian townhouses have been converted into boutique hotels full of character with Vranas Residenza being a prime and bright example while partly restored roofless Venetian buildings house sophisticated restaurants and elegant bars, creating an unspeakable charm under the starry summer sky of Crete. The Venetian harbour becomes even more scenic if you can visit it in spring, when the White Mountains’ snowcapped peaks seem to swing above the roofs of the old town.
Whether you choose to visit Chania in the summer or the winter time you will be overwhelmed by the charm of the city. Vibrant, full of life and cosmopolitan in the summer; sweet, cozy and nostalgic in the winter will make sure to captivate you, especially if you chose to stay at an accommodation so characterful as the Vranas Residenza.
At the historical area of Chania's very heart, cars are prohibited. However, there are a couple of parking areas within proximity to the property.