[vc_row][vc_column][vc_headings style=”theme2″ borderclr=”#fbba3a” align=”left” title=”Getting to Heraklion `{`HER`}`” titleclr=”#000000″ caption_url=””]By Air: The principal airport in Crete is Heraklion International Airport, “Nikos Kazantzakis” (airport code: HER). It is located about 5 km east of the city centre of Heraklion and is directly connected to Athens International Airport (airport code: ATH) with several daily domestic flights run by Olympic Air, Aegean Airlines, Ellinair and SkyExpress Airlines. The flight duration from/to Athens is about 45min. Mostly during the summer period, there are also other direct scheduled airline connections from major European cities as well as many charter flights from most European countries.

The website of Nikos Kazantzakis International Airport is:


By Boat: It is also possible to arrive by boat from Piraeus (major port of Greece) to Heraklion as Minoan lines and ANEK lines provide daily ferry services from and towards Crete. In particular, at least two ferry boats sail daily to Heraklion from Piraeus. The boats sail in the evening (usually around 9-10 pm) and reach their destination early in the morning (around 5:30-6:00 am) after an 8-9 hour journey.

[/vc_headings][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_headings style=”theme2″ borderclr=”#fbba3a” align=”left” title=”Getting to the Venue” titleclr=”#000000″]Guests coming from the International N. Kazantzakis airport should exit towards the Heraklion city direction and drive all the way down the Ikarou avenue. Then, they need to turn right to Mpofor avenue. At the second crossing road turn to the left at Malikouti road. Finally, after 50 metres, the guests will be able to see the Aquila Atlantis Hotel on their left-hand side.