INTERESTING DISTRICTS

Which is the best way to experience Thessaloniki? Of course by walking in the neighborhoods of the city! Bustling, colorful and vibrant, every district of Thessaloniki has it’s own particular characteristics, drawing the charm of this magical coexistence between the old and the new. The distances between them are short so you can easily see the most interesting of them. So, put on comfortable shoes, ‘Arm’ your camera and go!

Rotunda – Melenikou – Navarinou Square

Student life forever! The short distance from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, became throughout the area of the Rotunda to the Navarinoy Square one o

Iktinou – Zefxidos – Pavlou Mela

The school pedestrian streets that became favorite fun spot! Few years ago, Iktinou and Zefxidos placed in the heart of Thessaloniki, were two streets known for school bl

Athonos square

Full of life all day long, Athonos square in the city center, is a place loved not only by Thessalonians but also by tourists. In the shops you will find all kinds of&nbs

Ano Poli (Upper Town)

The balcony of Thessaloniki! Walking up from the city's center and leaving behind the dense construction and apartment buildings, a different Thessaloniki is discovered,

Modiano – Kapani – Louloudadika

The neighborhood with the food markets in the center of Thessaloniki is full of scents, flavors and colors. Come and feel the pulse of daily life of the citizens who shop

Bit Bazaar

The market with antiques and antique shops narrates another one of the many stories of Thessaloniki. The Bit Bazaar, the small refugee settlement built in 1928 for the Gr

Valaoritou

The chronicle of a successful transformation! It was once an area with high commercial activity, which dominated the fabric stores and manufactories transformed in recent

Aristotle Square

A Square risen from the ashes! The heart of the city beats in Aristotle Square, one of the most beautiful and biggest squares of Greece. Came out literally from the ashes

Ladadika

Ladadika = Fun! The ultimate experience of all day and night entertainment, is listening to the name Ladadika! Used to be a commercial neighborhood and due to the wholesa

Seafront of Thessaloniki

A popular pastime in Thessaloniki, a favorite with residents and visitors alike, is to take a walk along one of the longest city seafronts in Europe. Whether on foot, by