Greece, thanks to Apostle Paul, became the gate for Christianity’s spread to the rest of Europe. During his missionary journey to tens of cities, villages, islands, supporting the globalization of Jesus’ teaching, he promoted Christianity as much as no one else did; thus he is called “Apostle of the Nations”.

During his second journey, which commenced in 49 AD, a vision he had in Troas urged him to pass from Macedonia. A Macedonian man was begging him to visit his area and help his people. Apostle Paul comprehended this vision as a divine intervention and, together with Silas, visited Macedonia teaching in Philippi, Thessaloniki, Veroia, Athens, Corinth, with brief intervals at Samothrace, Kavala (Neapolis), Amphipolis, Apollonia, in between.

The “Footsteps of Apostle Paul” passed through all the places the restless Evangelic preacher taught, and formed an ideal combination of both a pilgrimage and touring, in some of the most beautiful spots in Greece.

Apostle Paul’s Epistles ‘to the Thessalonians’

The value of two Letters of Apostle Paul 'Thessalonians' for the study of the Christian faith is huge, as they constitute the most ancient texts of the entire New Testame

Church of Aghios Pavlos (Church of St. Paul)

Majestic Church dedicated to Apostle Paul was built in the district of Aghios Pavlos in Thessaloniki, just above the Apostle Paul's Holy Water.

Apostle Paul’s Holy Water

East of the position where now Vlatades monastery stands used to be a spring. It is said that Apostle Paul stopped there to drink some water. Every year at this spring, w

Apostle Paul in Thessaloniki

When Paul arrived in Thessaloniki, he came across a city like no other, large, multiracial, seat of the governor of the Macedonian province, a city that enjoyed special p