The 2,300 year old port has too many stories to narrate! It has always been the power lever of Thessaloniki and continues until today. Apart from the commercial and maritime activities, the Port of Thessaloniki has managed a unique ‘bond’ with the city and its inhabitants. After the regeneration and shaping of the port’s facilities and buildings, it nowadays offers places of cultural activities, events, festivals, conferences and entertainment with cafes, bars and restaurants, turning itself into a popular entertainment multiplex for locals and visitors! Do not miss the amazing sunset overlooking the sea and the coastal front of the city! For such practices in the city-port relationship, the port of Thessaloniki is ranked as second in the relevant European competition organized by the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO).Today, in its converted warehouses, the port of Thessaloniki hosts the Museum of Photography, Film Museum and the Contemporary Art Center of Thessaloniki, adding one more reason to visit the Port.