After the first two 'identification' days, you have now your own opinion about where to move and what to look for on your third day in Thessaloniki.
For those who want to experience the city's different faces and their stories, follow some of the Thematic Routes we designed for you.
If you like Museums, you have more than 30 options. Start early to catch as many as you can! More here.
If you want to relax and enjoy the day, the walk in the city is what you are looking for, with coffee in the city center, the seafront or Aristotelous Square and Shopping therapy in hundreds of shops in the center or a big Shopping Mall in the suburbs. More here.
For lunch try delicious appetizers and ouzo, tsipouro or raki in the taverns of the Athonos Square or Modiano Market and why not 'pita gyros' (Greek dish made of meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie, normally pork, chicken, beef, veal, lamb or mutton, or other alternatives such as feta or haloumi cheese, and usually served wrapped in a flatbread such as pita or sandwich, with cucumber, tomato, onion, and tzatziki sauce), the dearest and hearty 'fast food' of the city in a 'gyradiko' (fast food with gyros).
For those who decided to explore the West City Story will be vindicated since the Western Thessaloniki offers special and very interesting choices: Lovers of nature will find here the Botanical City Garden with 1,000 species of plants and a rose garden with 100 rose varieties. More here.
Art lovers will admire the artworks of the most important artists of the Russian Avant-Garde in Moni Lazariston (Lazaristes Monastery). More here.
War History fans will learn a lot by visiting the military Zeitenlik cemetary, the largest military necropolis in Greece where are resting more than 20,000 soldiers (French, British, Serbs, Italians, Russians) who fell in the fields of the World War I. More here.
At night, enjoy Greek music and bouzouki. Get ready for fun, songs and dance 'a la Greek' till dawn in one of the large spaces that host known Greek singers or any music scene with live Greek music. You'll have a great night tonight! More here