Attractions in Thessaloniki

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Nea Paralia

Umbrellas

The "Umbrellas" is an impressive work of art by the famous sculptor Giorgios Zoggolopoulos and is one of the attractions in Thessaloniki that catches the...

Byzantine Churches

Thessaloniki is home to some of the most important monuments of the Byzantine era, including many temples which have a great impact on visitors. One of the...

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Saint George's Rotunda

Undoubtedly one of Thessaloniki's most important early Christian and Byzantine monuments, Saint George's Rotunda has been classified as a UNESCO World...

Nea Paralia

Nea Paralia

Take the most relaxing romantic stroll in Thessaloniki along Nea Paralia (New Waterfront Promenade). Start your walk from the legendary Makedonia Palace...

Ano Poli

Ano Poli

Enjoy one of the most traditional walks in Thessaloniki, and fit a walk around the original Ano Poli into your program.

Aristotelous

Aristotelous Square

It is one of the most central, if not the most central, square in Thessaloniki. You will definitely pass through here, since it is admired and meets all the...

Paralia

White Tower

The White Tower, a monumental symbol of Thessaloniki, is by far the city's most visited sight. Standing proud on the waterfront, you will admire its stone...

Ladadika

Ladadika

The district southeast of Thessaloniki's historic center, surrounded by Tsimiski, Dragoumi, Salaminos and Kountouriotou streets, is one of the city's most...

Aristotelous

Alatza Imaret

Alaca Imaret in Turkish means Colourful Asylum and that's because its minaret (nowadays only its base exists) was decorated with colorful diamond shaped...

Nea Paralia

Statue of Alexander the Great

The imposing bronze statue of Alexander the Great riding his faithful companion of 20 years, Bucephalus, dominates Thessaloniki's Nea Paralia, a few meters...

Seikh Sou

Seikh Sou Forest (Cedar Hill)

Thessaloniki's suburban forest, known as Sheikh Sou (or Cedar Hill), extends along the hills that surround the northern part of the city from the south and...

Thessaloniki

Countryside District

The Countryside or Tower District is located along central Vasilisis Olgas Avenue. Here, you can enjoy a walk in the city’s glorious aristocratic past.

Nea Paralia

Thessaloniki Concert Hall

The Thessaloniki Concert Hall was constructed on an 18.000 sq.m seaside site and opened on January 2nd, 2000.

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Iktinou & Zefxidos

Iktinou and Zefxidos pedestrian streets, between the famous Tsimiski and Agia Sophia streets in the city center, have raised the profile of Thessaloniki...

Traditional Markets

Thessaloniki's traditional markets make up the city's most original images and their beautiful aromas, colors and sounds lure you in. You should not miss the...

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Bit Bazaar

Between El. Venizelou Street and Olympou Street, Bit Bazaar Square and the surrounding streets (namely Tositsa and Karbola) arouse nostalgia with their...

Valaoritou

Valaoritou Street

In recent years, Valaoritou Street has become one of the city's most popular hangouts, especially at night. In the heart of Thessaloniki, behind Malakopi...

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Yahundi Hammam (Baths of the Jews)

Known as Bazaar Hammam, the Market Baths are located in the very center of Thessaloniki in the Louloudadika district, between Komninon Street, Fragini Street...

Thessaloniki

Greek Pharmaceutical Museum

The unique Pharmaceutical Museum of Greece is located in the Finikas district of Thessaloniki, toward the airport.

Historical Centre

Roman Forum

The Roman Forum, which is located in the northern part of city's historical center in between Olympou and Philipou streets, is a sight worth a visit during...

Aristotelous

Bey Hammam

The most majestic and impressive baths in Thessaloniki, known as Paradise Baths, are located on Egnatia Street near Aristotelous Square. Built in 1444...

Panorama

Panorama

Panorama is one of the most privileged areas of Thessaloniki due to its location and its natural beauty. Located northeast of the city center at the foot of...

NEC

OTE Tower

The OTE Tower (telecommunications tower), located in the grounds of the Thessaloniki International Fair, was built in 1970 by the architect, Alexandros...

Historical Centre

Ancient Agora Square

One of Thessaloniki's most prominent squares, also known as Dikastirion Square (a courthouse was planned to be constructed here) is located in the Roman...

Tsimiski

Tsimiski Street

The cosmopolitan and busy Tsimiski Street, where the city shows its most European side, is the place to be and be seen.

Stavroupoli

Moni Lazariston (Lazarists Monastery)

Moni Lazariston (Lazarists Monastery) was built in 1886 by the monks of the Order of St. Vincent de Paul (Lazarists) in Stavroupoli and is among the most...

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Agia Sophia Church

One of Thessaloniki's most important monuments and a jewel of the Byzantine era, the Church of Agia Sophia is dedicated to the wisdom of God. It was built in...