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 it the opportunity to visit them.
The most famous of all, the Modiano Market, is situated between Ermou Street and Irakliou Street and is always full of people during working hours. The city's largest food market is housed in a 1922 building. Constructed in 1908, it was named after the architect Eli Modiano, whose family financed its construction. The shops inside the market are divided into sections (meat, spices, fish, etc.). Within walking distance you will run into the famous Louloudadika which sells all kinds of flowers.
Kapani, located to the northwest of Aristotelous Square, with its colorful fruits and fresh vegetables, people and endless noise, is another traditional market worth a visit!