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Thessaloniki Hotel & Travel Guide

Thessaloniki, in northern Greece, is one of the world's oldest cities, with a history dating back 3000 years. There have been many cultural influences during its history, and this diversity is reflected all over the city from its architecture to the food, the art, and more. Book a stay in one of the top-quality Thessaloniki hotels, and widen your cultural perspective.

Out and About in Thessaloniki

After disembarking your flight to Thessaloniki, head to your hotel and get some rest, as you'll need to be refreshed for all the sightseeing required. Start at the Greek Agora and Roman Forum in the heart of the city to see some ruins from the days of the Roman Empire. Later in time came the Byzantine Empire, and two of the best churches from that era are Agios Demetrios and Agia Sophia. To go even further back in time, check out the Archaeological Museum to see exhibits that date from Prehistoric times. Finally, the symbol of the city is the White Tower, an old fortification that stands along the waterfront; don't miss your chance to see this beautiful structure.

Eating and Drinking

Thessaloniki overlooks the Thermaic Gulf on the Aegean Sea, and the waterfront is one of the best places in the city for eating and drinking. Nearby Nikis Avenue is lined with bars and restaurants with great sea views; after wandering the streets in admiration, take a break and try the local specialties, such as gyros, souvlaki kebabs, and moussaka, an oven-baked dish of meat, eggplant, and cheese. The local drinks are ouzo, an anise-flavored spirit, and retsina, a type of wine. Lots of hotels in Thessaloniki are within walking distance of Nikis Avenue and its centerpiece, Aristotle Square.

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