Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki A MUSEUM FOR ALL!
The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki is one of the largest museums in Greece and the central museum of Northern Greece. With unique collections, rich activity and always ready to welcome his guests!
"Aristotle Square is the biggest square in Thessaloniki" There is no way to go to Thessaloniki and not have a coffee staring on Thermaikos Bride the Sea ... "
Holy Temple of St. Demetrius
Ag. Dimitrios "This is a five-aisled basilica with a transverse aisle which is one of the most important Byzantine monuments. "Very beautiful and full of history, it is very impressive and you must definitely visit it"
New Promenade of Thessaloniki
"Offers delightful walks along the sea front of the city."
Museum of Thessaloniki "The most famous symbol of Thessaloniki.
Arch of Galerius
Arch "The triumphal Arch of Galerius is the monument that is definitely on the list of the most characteristic attractions of the city" "One of the 2-3 most standard meeting points"
"Ano Poli is one of the few areas of Thessaloniki that "survived" 1917 fire ..."
" it has perfect view"
Taverns in Thessaloniki
Pl. Athonos - Ladadika - Bit Pazar
"If we leave the monumental dimension and the history, one of the city's characteristics its excellent cuisine and its special flavors."
Stoa Modiano - Kapani
Shopping in Thessaloniki "Exciting interest in every tourist tour and an opportunity for a deeper understanding of Thessaloniki in recent decades is the visit to the Modióno and Kapani , where time has stopped and tradition continues to be the experience of modern merchants. The special style and various tactics of buying and selling such as bazaar, here continue to exist and construct the special code of the area. It is considered the most central market in the city that combines the abundance of The fennel and ... varieties "
"Absolutely psychotherapy! You get away from the city, in her heart."
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Rotonda Church of St. George
"The Rotunda building is including the Arch, the Palace and the Octagon. It was built by Galerius around 300 AD in order to become its mausoleum and at the end of the 4 th century it was converted into a Christian Temple. " "... very beautiful, one of the landmarks ..."
Agia Sophia of Thessaloniki
"This is one of the most important temples of the city that was built in the middle of the 7th century in the place of a huge early Christian basilica that was destroyed by the earthquake of 620."
Thessaloniki International Fair TIF - Helexpo
"It is the largestTtrade Exhibition Center one of the most important exhibitions also in the Balkan region."
Thessaloniki Concert Hall
"The Concert Hall is a breathtaking project for the artistic events of the city .
"It is perhaps the most central square of the city and is located in the area of the ancient Roman market, it is often found in poetic and literary books because it has been connected with everyday life, historical memories of the Thessalonikians. Recently, the Churche of Panagia Chalkeon, the circus "Apollo" are a mosaic of memories that are passing through generations.
Museum of Byzantine Culture
"The Museum of Byzantine Culture in the center of Thessaloniki with its famous exhibits of The Byzantine Treasures of Thessaloniki and not only ...»