Monuments full of stories about emperors, gods and mortals, wars and victories. Open, busy markets, full of images that bring to mind the bazaars of the Orient. Narrow paved roads and traditional houses with distinct architecture. Flavors with roots in Byzantium, the Ottoman period, the Sephardic Jews and other ethnic groups that, through history, chose Thessaloniki as their homeland.
Since its foundation, Thessaloniki has been a crossroads of cultures, different customs and tastes – a city of historical significance and unique vibes.
Join us on a tailor-made trip in this vibrant metropolis and spend a time to remember!
What better than a walk on the magnificent seafront? After all, one of the city’s symbols, the White Tower, is located right there, and you can not miss the opportunity to see it up close. But what was the original role of this tower? Its history remains interesting and closely intertwined with the eastern side of the city, where impressive European architecture villas were created in the 19th century. After our walk at the coastal front, a beverage or a light meal at one of these villas is definitely a must.
Thessaloniki is not just the city’s center, but also its more distant districts. One of the most beautiful neighborhoods, the area of Kalamaria with the marina of Nea Krini, will offer us its stunning view and its mouth-watering cuisine.