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#1 Ben



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Posted 05 June 2005 - 01:38 PM

My wife and our daughter, 9 months old, will explore Crete in a couple of weeks. We booked a flight, an apartment and a car for two weeks and of course we're looking forward to it very much. It's our first trip to Crete and we're wondering if we have to bring our own baby stuff (baby food, dipers, etc.) from home (Netherlands) or can we buy them in any supermarket on Crete?

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Posted 05 June 2005 - 01:55 PM

Hi Ben,
No need to bring all that stuff with you, you can buy it in any regular supermarket. Of course, if you plan to stay in a very remote place you might only find the always-present "mini market" which probably does not offer many choices, but dipers are surely to be found anywhere.

The only reason why I could think you might want to bring it with you is that many things are much more expensive that in your homeland. :cry:

Anybody know the prices of dipers and babyfood in Crete?

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Posted 05 June 2005 - 03:45 PM

Hi Ben,

Here on ExploreCrete you can see the prices for the most common things, among them are dipers.

Take a look here:


Have a nice vacation.