In Town

Take a trip back in time to the famous flea market at Bit Bazaar. The area is well-known by locals for its small stores and street vendors, whose vast collections bring memories and visions of times long past.

Individual Price 30.00€
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Thessaloniki has a long and rich Jewish tradition, dating back to the 15th century. Following their expulsion from Spain, Sephardic Jews came to Thessaloniki by invitation from the Ottoman Sultan. Over the next four centuries, the Jewish population of Thessaloniki grew to be the largest in Europe, giving rise to the nickname “la Madre de Israel” (the mother of Israel).

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Although most people see it as a bustling city, Thessaloniki is bordered by a soft Pine forest, the perfect place to enjoy a moonlight walk and enjoy a different view of the area. We follow a path through the woods to reach the highest point of the “Ssei-Ssu” hills, and along the way enjoy the hide-and-seek views of the city below us.

Individual Price 30.00€
30.00€ 16

Where can you get the most delightful view of Thessaloniki? By boat, of course! Take a sailing tour along the city’s coastline and get a one-of-a-kind look at the entire waterfront. We’ll see landmarks like the Thessaloniki Marina, the Concert Hall, the umbrella sculpture and monument of Alexander the Great , the White Tower, and Aristotelous Square. From this distance you can also get the “full picture” of the city walls and the picturesque acropolis.

Individual Price 40.00€
40.00€ 6