Corners of Thessaloniki: Modiano Market
Visiting Modiano Market is a must. Known as one of the most vibrant areas of Thessaloniki, with the hustle and bustle of activity six days of the week (closed on Sunday). It’s a trip that will not disappoint. An area of small and medium size shops encompass a labyrinth of stalls selling everything from food to clothes to toys. It’s truly a feast for the eyes.
Corners of Thessaloniki: Archaeological museum, Byzantine museum, and White Tower
The White Tower is an important element of Thessaloniki both for its representation of the city’s history and for the daily lives of locals and visitors.
Corners of Thessaloniki: Ladadika
Thessaloniki is a city with a rich history and Ladadika is no different. When Ladadika is translated to English it means a shop that sells oil. Greece has always been famous for its olive oil, this is also very evident in the Greek diet.