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Route Summary - Heraklion to Izmir
 
 

A heady mix of ancient history and contemporary cool, Heraklion is the fourth largest city of Greece. Touted to be one of the most charming cities in the world, it connects to numerous other metropolitan cities, including Izmir. It is the largest city in Greece and is considered a modern metropolis. From discovering neighbourhoods and focal points in the city to exploring Athens 's archaeological sites, there is something for everyone. The trip to Izmir from Heraklion is delightful in its own way. The romantic roads decorated with exquisite sights make a car ride to Izmir memorable. The experience of travelling via car is enhanced with the comfort provided by a private cab. If you choose to book a private car transfer from Heraklion to Izmir, look no further than Rydeu.

Rydeu strives to make every journey safe and enjoyable. A diverse fleet of options varying to your budget, Rydeu offers safety and comfort for  long distance transfers from Heraklion to Izmir. Rydeu provides a one-step solution to all your problems with its easy and hassle-free taxi services from Heraklion to Izmir . Enjoy a stress-free journey between Heraklion and Izmir with Rydeu’s reliable transfer service.

 

Distance between Heraklion and Izmir – 464 miles

Journey time – 19 hrs 42 min

 

HERAKLION

Located on the eastern side of Crete, between Rethymno and Lassithi, Heraklion is one of the most famous regions of the island. One of the busiest city centers in Crete, it is the fourth largest city in the country. The area boasts of a certain level of sophistication with its charming cafes and famous restaurants. There is a great shopping scene with bustling nightlife. The romantic waterfront gives ample opportunity to have beautiful strolls and the newly pedestrianized historic centre which is decorated with bustling squares flanked by buildings invites exploration by inquisitive tourists. The idyllic beaches in the northern and southern coasts of the Heraklion region are best for sunbathing and getting away from the crowd in the city. Beaches like the former hippie’s paradise, Matala beach, Agia Pelagia, and Malia are famous all over the country. 




 
IZMIR

Izmir is the third largest and the most Western-oriented city in Turkey. Historically called Smyrna, it boasts of more than 3,000 years of recorded urban history. The city’s port is considered to be the country’s main port for exports in terms of the freight handled. A hidden gem, Izmir is not generally one of the famous cities of Turkey. A gorgeous area, which attracts inquisitive tourists to discover the multi-layers of the history and culture of this city, it is very easy to get lost in the magic of Izmir. Explore the numerous streets and alleys, full of varying people and smells and flavors. Visit Agora, an open-air museum which houses the remains of the ancient city of Smyrna. Have wonderful walks along the Aegean Sea and admire the magic surrounding the couples of lovers, groups of friends, mussel sellers and especially fishermen who can be spotted on the sea’s promenade.