THEMED ROUTES

The thematic routes will reveal cultures and traditions left behind by ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Ottomans, Jews but also holy figures of Christianity, Thessaloniki’s past and present, by unrolling a fascinating story of 2300 years!

Rotunda

Rotunda, one of the most important and imposing monuments of Thessaloniki, with its architectural strength and its wall mosaics of incomparable a

The Hippodrome

Hippodrome, which constituted part of Galerius’ Palace Complex, measured 450 meters lengthwise, and 95 meters widthwise, but it fragmentary maintains up until today, unde

Administrative Complex in the Kyprion Agoniston (Cypriot fighters) Square

At the junction of Olympou street , Venizelou street and Aghiou Dimitriou street, a complex of buildings was excavated, as old as the 3rd century B.C., most probably an a

The Roman Forum

At the junction of Olympou Street and Filippou Street, you can find the Roman Forum, the social and religious center of Roman Thessaloniki. Its construction was completed

Triumphal Arch of Caesar Galerius (Kamara)

The impressive 'Kamara', as it is called, is one of the most loved and popular monuments of the Thessalonians (and not only), as it is the meeting point of locals, studen

Palace of the Roman Caesar Gaius Valerius Galerius Maximianus

It is one of the most important monuments of Late Antiquity in the entire Greek world, essentially an open-air archaeological museum in Navarinou square area in the cente

Balkan Wars Museum TOPSIN

The building that houses the museum was used on 24 to 26 October, 1912 for the negotiations between the Greek commander in chief, heir Contstantinos and the representativ

Museum of Macedonian Struggle

The richest collection of memorabilia and tokens from the time of Macedonian Struggle, aiming to preserve and spread the memory of Greek Fights for the liberation of Mace

War museum of Thessaloniki

It contains more than 10,000 memorabilia that reconstruct the modern and contemporary history of Greece. Commencing from pre-revolutionary period up to the Greek involuti