Thessaloniki has been the crossroad of nations and cultures throughout its long history. Named after a princess who was half-sister of Alexander the Great, the city was one of the first Christian centers in Europe. It the past, it was the city of the Romans, Byzantines, Greeks and Turks.
Also known as the “bride of the Thermaic Gulf”, Thessaloniki prides on many attractions. You can sit and relax in its many cafes, have delicious food at traditional taverns and a lot more.
Don’t miss to take a walk along the seaside promenade, the longest one in Europe. Or take a carriage ride at sunset for a romantic experience. When the sun goes down, enjoy great nightlife.