The most complete online guide of Greece’s second biggest city. We hope you enjoy browsing our site, where you’ll find everything you need to know about Thessaloniki. If you’re planning a visit to our beautiful city, this is THE place for all the tourist info you’ll need about monuments, museums, churches. We’ve also gathered for you a list of the best places to eat, drink and go shopping, depending on your wallet. And if by any chance you’re the kind of person that prefers discovering a place on foot, Thessaloniki is just the place for you! Take a look at our walking routes and bus tours sections for more info. Once ready to look for accommodation and make your transport reservations, profit from our booking services and car rent sections for the lowest prices possible. Have fun!
Thessaloniki's seafront has always been one of the most often frequented places, both by tourists and locals. On a clear day, its magnificent view of the sea and the mountain of the Gods, Olympus, will absolutely enchant you... Come see for yourselves! Let's go!
Heading north you will discover a totally different part of the city, the Upper Town where time has stood still and the Byzantine history of Thessaloniki invites you to get to know it... Welcome to the Upper Town/Ano Poli! read more
Thessaloniki was founded in 315 BC by King Cassander of Macedonia. It rapidly became a very important center and one of the major cities of the kingdom during the Hellenistic Era having its own parliament.
After the fall of the Kingdom of Macedon in 168 BC it became part of the Roman republic and was further developed into an important trade center actually connecting Europe with Asia through the Roman Via Egnatia. Many of the most imposing and well decorated structures were built during the Roman Era of its history as Thessaloniki was...read more
Thessaloniki is the city that never sleeps,city of fun, monuments, history and especially the great food.The day and the night offers many opportunities for fun, music for all tastes from traditonal greek up to jazz, and food from the greek mediterranean cuisine and international specialties also. The nightlife begins after 9 pm and continues until the early hours.