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25
May
2018

25-05-2018 10:30 am -2:00 pm
25.00€

Thessaloniki is an open museum.  15 architectural designs of the city have been declared World Heritage Sites! Our tour will chart the city’s Roman and Byzantine history in a linear route from Kassandro’s Gate to the Golden Gate, along Egnatia Street.

25.00€ 30
26
May
2018

26-05-2018 10:30 am -2:00 pm
25.00€

Combine stunning scenery with some of the most historical sights of the city. There’s more to Thessaloniki than just you can see through the window of a bus. Real Thessaloniki is full of spicy aromas, traffic and horns, stories and history,  buildings, customs and traditions. The long march of Empires, from Roman to Byzantine to Ottoman, have left their stamp on the city’s architecture and culture via churches and mosques, catacombs and tombs, ancient markets and fortresses.

25.00€ 30
01
Jun
2018

01-06-2018 10:30 am -2:00 pm
25.00€

Feel the energy and beauty of Thessaloniki through unobstructed views of the whole town.The Old Town is encompassing the hilltop settlements. It’s the only part of Thessaloniki that survived the big fire of 1917.

25.00€ 30
08
Jun
2018

08-06-2018 10:30 am -2:00 pm
35.00€

They say that to know a culture you should walk its streets, hear its songs, and try its cuisine. For more than 2 millenia, Thessaloniki has benefitted from its position as a ‘crossroads’ of the Balkans. Opportunities for commerce and trade drew numerous peoples from lands far and near, and their ‘footprint’ remains in the enormous variety of local cuisine, which retains the influences many different cultures.

35.00€ 25
15
Jun
2018

15-06-2018 10:30 am -2:00 pm
25.00€

If you’re a visitor who, by force of habit, can’t stay up for the night life, get yourself to the spots that mornings –in-the-city-tour will take place! As the fire- orange- sun rises and be reflected in the windows of the seaside buildings and the sky turns its colour blue from pale pink, we’re going to discover small backstreets and hidden local haunts…our tourguide will feature favorites and discoveries, delving into the city’s history.

25.00€ 30
29
Jun
2018

29-06-2018 10:30 am -2:00 pm
25.00€

The urban structure of ottoman Selanik, is strongly dictated by its multiethnic character. Ottoman Turks mahalas (neighbourhood), Jewish mahalas and Greek mahalas constituted multiple cultures in one city.  Sephardic Jews came to Thessaloniki by invitation from the Ottoman Sultan and over the next four centuries, the Jewish population in Thessaloniki grew to be the largest in Europe.

25.00€ 30