- Fly to Heraklion with your favorite air travel company and then take a taxi or Bus No1 (named TEI or ATEI) from the bus station located in front of the Airport.
See the Heraklion Port web site
Money can be exchanged at banks, hotels and private offices (Exchange Office).
Heraklion has a public transport system based on buses.
City Buses (blue) serving the city of Heraklion from early morning until late evening. Bus thicket costs from 1.5 (orange thicket) up to 2 (blue thicket) Euros according to the trip length. Information: 2810-226065 and 220795. Web: http://astiko-irakleiou.gr/
Intercity Buses (green) connecting Heraklion with all the counties of Crete for easy movement of residents and visitors. Web: http://www.ktelherlas.gr and http://www.bus-service-crete-ktel.com/timetables.html .
Taxi cars are mostly silver painted and are a reliable transportation in Crete. But they are quite expensive. We advice their use mostly when you don’t have an available bus. Example prices.