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Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki

Byzantine churches, Roman constructions, Muslim buildings, modern architecture, intensive nightlife and stunning beaches - this is the essence of Thessaloniki. Being the second largest city in Greece, Thessaloniki combines more than 2,300 years of history with every facility and excitement that a modern European city can offer a visitor.

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Thessaloniki
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The White Tower

The White Tower is a widely known symbol of the city and a point of reference for locals and visitors. It stands next to the sea front of the town as a reminder of old times. In the 19th century it was a prison and nowadays it’s a museum of art and history.

Address
White Tower, Thessaloniki
Ladadika Quarter

The area from Koudouriotou to Diamanti streets and from Hiou to Lemnou streets is known as Ladadika. This is an old quarter, with narrow pavements and neoclassical buildings. Here you will find plenty of bars, restaurants and the Museum of ancient Greek and Byzantine instruments.

Address
Ladadika, Thessaloniki
Palati

A really nice place where every day means live Greek music and special Greek dishes. The atmosphere is authentic and the service outstanding. Music and extensive menu with lots to chose from. Don't forget ouzo, the Greek traditional drink.

Address
3 Ladadika Platia Morihovou Street, Thessaloniki
Nea Diagonios

The specialties of this tavern are handmade gyros, soutzoukakia (a local dish) and meatballs and the prices suit those trying to dine on a low budget as well. They also offer gluten free menu with special handmade cheese burger. With your food have a beer from artisanal breweries like Nissos from Tinos and Donkey from Santorini. You will find the restaurant just outside the city centre.

Address
89 Plastira Nikolaou, Thessaloniki
Notos Galleries

One of the largest department stores in Greece. Here you will find branded clothing, footwear and everything when it comes to beauty. After shopping relax on the 7th floor with food and coffee.

Address
24 Tsimiski & 31 Mitropoleos, Thessaloniki
Attica Department Stores

Attica is another large and fashionable department store in Greece. Combines upscale international designers with popular Greek brands. You can find a great collections of fashion, accessories and beauty. Also you can get offers up to 50%.

Address
48-50 Tsimiski strreet, Thessaloniki

Airport

The Macedonian airport, at the area of Mikra, is the second largest airport of Greece and is linked with most destinations of Europe and the Balkan countries. To get from the airport to the centre of the town will take you from 20 to 45 minutes, depending on the traffic. You can go to the centre of Thessaloniki using bus number 78. It runs every 45 minutes and it takes approximate 45 minutes.

Address
Thessaloniki Airport, Thessaloniki

Public Transport

You can cover most of the distances in the city by foot or using the local buses. Tickets can be bought either at the kiosks or from the vending machines on the bus. If you buy the ticket on the bus, remember to have coins. All tickets must be validated and are useable for 70 minutes. Different kind of day passes are also available.