Rocca a Mare FortressHeraklion, Greece
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Zues called.... He said you need to stop being concerned if this trip is any good..... Because it is! Absolutely amazing!!! Come walk through history .. Read more »
Very interesting exhibition. The side has been well reconstructed. Recommended the visit
It’s a historic fortress right at the marina, an ideal place to spend a few hours and watch the sunset while taking a stroll by the sea.
perfect spot if you're a history lover. I love the history and the view of the city and sea, however I found a lot of basic info to be lacking. There.. Read more »
A really excellent exhibit, and very interesting, but there are about 80+ deeply technical paragraphs throughout. I would still highly recommend it, a.. Read more »
Port authority have put concrete blocks and bars in the opposite side but generally is ok for a peacefull walk.
It’s a nice place but not justify a walk / drive just to see it
Beautiful place, although on the day we visited we only walked around the outside, late in the day, we did not have the chance to go inside, will do .. Read more »
Nice place 4 € each person. Attention: I get a warning from 4 of the 5 housekeeper's. Try on the roof the wall, to look down the ocean and you will s.. Read more »
The fortress is great, and the restoration and history behind also. I would give 5 stars if the people working here were a bit more smiley and friendl.. Read more »
Amazing fortress. Very well preserved. Entrance is cheap also so its worth a visit.
Very cool history and excessively beautiful view of the sea
Lovely to walk around and read its history
Nicely organized, clean, well preserved fortress. Staff professional, taking great care for all Covid measures. Overall not the best value for money.
Small fortress at Heraklion port worth a visit. The exhibition is well organized and the view is amazing.
|Asma H. Tabar|
The museum staff are so nice here and they explain the history of the sight very well.