The most important center of Minoan civilization southeast of Heraklion was inhabited from the seventh millennium BC until Roman times. The settlement with developed administrative, commercial, religious services reaches its peak in 1700 BC to 1450 BC destroyed..
The city was excavated in the first level of Minos Summer 1878, while from 1900 to 1931, the Arthur Evans systematically dug space discovering the palace, part of the settlement and the cemetery. Since then, the IRS continues antiquities excavations to date. Visit the historic site of Knossos with vehicles from us and admire the largest monument of the Minoan civilization.