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 bicycle, or an electric scooter, the newly regenerated seafront will reward you with the wonderful view it has to offer.
Prepare your cameras because in the coastal route from the port to the Concert Hall of Thessaloniki, you’ll have a lot to see and photo-shoot! The White Tower, the imposing symbol of the city, the Statue of Alexander the Great on horseback, the umbrellas, a special sculpture which is one of the most photographed and romantic places in the city, the 12 thematic gardens to relax and work out, with lakes, small waterfall, tennis courts, a skateboard track, playgrounds, cafes, refreshment stands and kiosks, are waiting for you.
So, while the walk or the ride in Thessaloniki’s Seafront will touch your romantic strings, we suggest you enjoy the beautiful sunset with the sun disappearing into the sea, or take a mini cruise on Thermaikos Gulf admiring the city view from the beach up on the Castles. More here