Take a walk at the recently renovated Thessaloniki Port with the Cinema and Photography Museum. Dine at one of the plenty restaurants in Ladadika, the old oil market, and experience the unique Thessaloniki at its food markets.
The most vibrant square of Thessaloniki, where young people meet with many cafes and restaurants. There you ‘ll find the Galerius Palace complex with the Rotunda, the Arch of Galerius and the palace. Visit also Agia Sophia, an UNESCO Heritage site.
Ancient Agora (or Roman Forum) lies there for about 2000 years, giving you the chance to feel the atmosphere of ancient Thessaloniki. Closely, you can find Bit bazaar with taverns and antique stores, but also don’t miss the church of Saint Demetrius.
Upper Town (Ano Poli) is undoubtedly the most picturesque area of Thessaloniki. Walk next to the Eastern Wall and inside the Acropolis with the legendary Yedi Kule (Eptapyrgio). Tasting one of the traditional taverns is a must do in the area.
Where the “Golden Gate” used to be, the west entrance of ancient Thessaloniki. Follow the Western Wall from the seafront till the wall of Acropolis and experience a rather unknown side of the city, which however has plenty of things to reveal.