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Entertainment
“Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was born in this house in Apostolou Pavlou St in 1881. In 1935 the Thessaloniki city council decided to give the building to the Turkish State which afterwards converted it into a museum dedicated to the life and achievements of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. ”
  • Yerel halktan 7 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
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“Need a brunch? This place is for you! Pancakes, omelettes, toasts and many more! Just be aware that on weekends the place might be full all the time! ”
  • Yerel halktan 16 kişi öneriyor
Gözlem Yeri
“Along with your walk to Ano Poli don’t miss the chance to have a closer look to the Byzantine fortifications that still surround part of the modern city center. You will feel like travelling back into the city’s past from within as the whole place is surrounded by history! The city’s fortification reveals once again the importance given by every Emperor, Ruler, King or Sultan to Thessaloniki as a financial and political center, because of its strategic location. The Walls of Thessalonica These impressive structures were built to protect the city from raids and withstand long sieges, something that they actually did most of the times. The city was initially fortified right after its foundation in the late 4th century BC but the present walls are dated back to the early Byzantine period around 390 AD during the reign of emperor Theodosius, while they still incorporate some parts of the earlier constructions. Their defensive abilities are quite impressive! They were 7 kilometers long while at some points they were up to 10 meters high and almost 5 meters thick. They were decorated with various symbols like suns, crosses or carved marble inscriptions near the gates. A number of fortresses and defensive towers were added during different periods of history like the Seven Towers Fortress (Heptapirgion) and the Tower Of Trigoniou located near the Acropolis. Several square, circle or polygon shaped towers were also built along the entire perimeter. The Walls were still surrounding the city until the late 19th century when large parts including the entire seaward section were demolished as the Ottoman authorities were trying to change some of the city’s urban features. ”
  • Yerel halktan 18 kişi öneriyor
Route
“An example of a successful city area transformation The area of Balaoritou is the new hot place to be in Thessaloniki! The numerous bars, coffees and restaurants transformed the old commercial and until recently neglected area, to a lively and popular night life center .”
  • Yerel halktan 29 kişi öneriyor
Konser Salonu
“Thessaloniki Concert Hall (Greek: Μέγαρο Μουσικής Θεσσαλονίκης) is a centre for the performing arts in Thessaloniki, Greece. It opened in 2000 on land donated by the Greek state. The complex has two main buildings: M1, with an auditorium that seats 1400; and M2, in more contemporary style by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, with a number of smaller performance spaces”
  • Yerel halktan 20 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
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“Seasonal dishes. Great cocktails! Cousin that is based on the Greek taste but influenced by the European. Usually around 20:00 is crowded. ”
  • Yerel halktan 20 kişi öneriyor
Sanat Müzesi
“Get your Warhol on at the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art A 5-min walk away from the White Tower, you’ll encounter this world-class art hub where prolific international gallerist and collector Alexandros Iolas donated 30 works of global fame (Warhol and Akrithakis are among the permanent collection). Next, take the short taxi ride to Aristoteleous neo-classical main square back on the old seafront. From there, weave your way through the kaleidoscopic open-air Modiano markets dating back to the 12th century, a seductive mesh of scent, sound and colour, dotted with exotic delicatessens in the city heart.”
  • Yerel halktan 10 kişi öneriyor
Şato
“The Heptapyrgion (Ancient Greek: Ἑπταπύργιον), modern Eptapyrgio (Επταπύργιο), also popularly known by its Ottoman Turkish name Yedi Kule (Γεντί Κουλέ), is a Byzantine and Ottoman-era fortress situated on the north-eastern corner of the Acropolis of Thessaloniki in Greece. Despite its name, which in both languages means "Fortress of Seven Towers", it features ten, and was probably named after the Yedikule Fortress in Constantinople (modern Istanbul, Turkey). It served as the major redoubt of the city's acropolis, as well as the seat of its garrison commander in Ottoman times, until the late 19th century. It was then converted to a prison (Φυλακές Επταπυργίου), which remained open until 1989. References to the infamous Yedi Kule prison abound in the Greek rebetika songs. Restoration and archaeological work began in the 1970s and continues to this day.”
  • Yerel halktan 16 kişi öneriyor
Pazar
“The main open market of the city. You can find everything there. You can also eat there at "stou mitsou" or "modigliani". Or have an authenic spirit from Amorgos at "hozeva" cafe.”
  • Yerel halktan 19 kişi öneriyor
Kafe
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“A beautiful place in the heart of the city to enjoy your coffee, take it away you wish and enjoy a dinner with your friends”
  • Yerel halktan 12 kişi öneriyor
Meydan
“Visit Terkenlis and taste the greek traditional brioche (tsoureki). Personally my favourite is brioche (tsoureki) with chestnut cream filling. You are going to find a great variety of greek brioche.”
  • Yerel halktan 17 kişi öneriyor
Kafe
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“The host of the film festival of Thessaloniki as well as many other themed festivals, a great choice for less mainstream movies”
  • Yerel halktan 7 kişi öneriyor
Fırın
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“We travel in Greece and go abroad, through cities and villages, seeking and collecting authentic flavours and recipes that reflect the tradition of each place. We combine these recipes, with the very best ingredients. Simplicity enchants us, truly, like wheat, which the French call "Blé." And so we create top choice flavours in a holistic concept of bread, sweets, food, coffee and drink, 24 hours a day, in a city that wants to stand out. "Blé" means stories of everyday pleasure. Just be careful! Daily pleasure is one thing and daily routine, repetition, habit and stagnation another. If life is about the daily grind it induces boredom and produces a bland, forgettable taste. This is the exact opposite of what we are about! At Blé every day can be special. Sometimes because we're celebrating something. Sometimes because the season is changing. Sometimes because art fashions are changing and what was modern yesterday has become out-dated today. Live life to the full every day with us at Blé. Not even a smile is the same one day to the next. ”
  • Yerel halktan 14 kişi öneriyor
Kafe
“Excellent location, views, great for coffee or lunch. Especially nice at night - but be ready for loud music. ”
  • Yerel halktan 15 kişi öneriyor
Place to shop
“Perhaps one of the most authentic experiences any food lover could get in Thessaloniki is visiting the city’s historic open markets. The atmosphere, the people and the local delicacies will reward you!Modiano is one of the most traditional markets of Thessaloniki. It is located in the heart of the city and it has been part of the Thessalonians’ life for about 80 years ”
  • Yerel halktan 17 kişi öneriyor
Yalıboyu
“ A walk on Thessaloniki's new seaside is the best thing you can do with your family or friends. You can explore Thessaloniki's seaside on foot, or you can rent bikes The most touristic choice are the boat bars, which are close to the White Tower but you will pay about 4-5 Euros per person for a 20-30 minutes "trip" in the sea of Thessaloniki(Thermaikos).”
  • Yerel halktan 13 kişi öneriyor