Close to your place

Things to see that are close to your apartment Vizantina Loutra (Βυζαντινά Λουτρά) It is the only Byzantinium bath (hamam) that is preserved. I hope it will be open to visit St.Nicolas church The Church of Saint Nicholas Orphanos ( Ἅγιος Νικόλαος ὁ Ὀρφανός) is an early 14th-century Byzantine church. The church is most notable for its frescoes, contemporary with the…

Paralia- The seacoast

My all time favorite walk is at the seacoast of the town! Walking west of the White tower you can see many coffee places, bars and restaurants where you can sit and have a nice view of the sea. It is always crowded especially when the weather is sunny, full of young people. Under the white…

The white tower

The White Tower of Thessaloniki is a monument and museum on the waterfront of the city of Thessaloniki, capital of the region of Macedonia in northern Greece. The present tower replaced an old Byzantine fortification, known to have been mentioned around the 12th century, that the Ottoman Empire reconstructed to fortify the city’s harbour sometime after Sultan Murad IIcaptured Thessaloniki in 1430. The tower became a…

Thessaloniki Cultural Route Bus Nr 50

Sightseeing for only 2 euros The start and end point of Bus’ No 50 cultural route is the famous White Tower which is by the seaside promenade (paralia) in the SE edge of city centre. The bus stops next to the tower at an opening designated for tourist buses and the duration of the circular route…

Eptapyrgio Castle & Trigoniou tower

Also popularly known by its Ottoman Turkish name Yedi Kule (Γεντί Κουλέ), is a Byzantine and Ottoman-era fortress situated on the north-eastern corner of the acropolis of Thessaloniki in Greece. Despite its name, which in both languages means “Fortress of Seven Towers”, it features ten, and was probably named after the Yedikule Fortress in Constantinople (modern Istanbul, Turkey). It served as the major redoubt of the city’s acropolis, as well as the seat…

The Palace of Galerius

The Galerius Complex was located in the heart of the Roman Thessaloniki. It was built on a straight axis ranging from the North to the South including buildings like the Rotonda, the Triumphant Arch (Kamara), the Palace, the Octagon and the Hippodrome. The main area was surrounded by buildings that were incorporating typical Roman architecture of religious or monumental…

The Greek Agora and Roman Forum

The Roman Forum of Thessaloniki is the ancient Roman-era forum (or Agora) of the city, located at the upper side of Aristotelous Square. The forum complex also boasts two Roman baths, one of which has been excavated while the other is buried underneath the city, and a small theater which was also used for gladiatorial games. Although the initial complex was not built…

Mitropoleos

Mitropoleos is an other market street with more expensive brands in this street you will also find the Cathedral of Thessaloniki. You will also find some nice coffee places to relax

Aristotelous square

“The center” of the center Big street that has intresting architecture You can find shops there. It worths visiting the rooftop of Electra Palace hotel If you want to have a coffee there is a little bit pricy