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    New Waterfront of Thessaloniki

    New Waterfront of Thessaloniki

    Thessaloniki’s New Waterfront, which was designed by the architects Nikiforidis and Cuomo, is 3 km long and is perfect for walking, biking, reading, fishing, picnics and enjoying the beautiful view of the Thermaic Gulf.

    Thessaloniki, A living city

    A living city

    Boasting a rich history, Thessaloniki is a vibrant, modern city, with cafés, restaurants and shops that are always busy. Renowned for its cuisine, Thessaloniki is also the gateway to many destinations, including the sacred Mount Olympus.

    Mount Olympus, Greece

    Mount Olympus

    Mount Olympus was the home of the ancient Greek Gods and it’s easy to see why they chose it. Discover beautiful rivers and forests, breathtaking canyons and views, historic monasteries and archaeological sites just 78 km from Thessaloniki.

    Thessaloniki, Aristotelous Square

    Flights to Thessaloniki, Greece

    Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece and the capital of the Greek region of Macedonia.

    Located in the Thermaic Gulf in the Aegean Sea, Thessaloniki has always been an important port city. Famous for its close proximity to Mount Olympus, its focus on arts and culture and its nightlife, Thessaloniki is a modern Greek city which is rooted in ancient history.

    So don’t wait a moment longer, and book your Brussels Airlines ticket to Thessaloniki, Greece!

    What to do in Thessaloniki?

    1. Start at the Aristotelous Square: the city’s main square is lined with shops, restaurants and hotels but its most impressive feature is the waterfront view of the Thermaic Gulf. If you want to experience the essence of Thessaloniki in a single site, this is the place to go.
    2. Visit the White Tower: a symbol of the city and its most famous landmark. The history of the White Tower is intertwined with the history of Thessaloniki itself. Inside the tower, a museum explains the importance of Thessaloniki through the ages.
    3. Visit the many historical museums: Thessaloniki is at the crossroads of European and Ottoman cultures and has some incredible historical museums. Must-visit museums in Thessaloniki include the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Byzantine Culture, the Jewish Museum, the War Museum and the White Tower Museum.
    4. Thessaloniki has many historic sites worth visiting. Must-visit sites include the Ancient Agora, the Byzantine Bath, the Hamza Bey Mosque, the Church of Agios Dimitrios and the Church of Agios Minas.
    5. Take a day trip to Mount Olympus: Thessaloniki is only a few hours away from this mythical mountain. Hikers will enjoy the trail up to the top while history buffs will love the historic site of Dion at the foot of Mount Olympus.
    6. Thessaloniki, White Tower
    7. Stroll by the sea: the Thessaloniki Seafront Promenade is the perfect place for a seaside walk. Why not have a coffee while enjoying a sea view?
    8. Go on a day cruise: see a different side to Thessaloniki. Many cruise companies offer a day cruise from Thessaloniki Marina, sailing around the bay before heading back to the marina. A great way to enjoy a view of the city from the sea.
    9. Enjoy the nightlife: National Geographic named Thessaloniki as one of the top ten cities in the world for nightlife. And rightly so, the city is full of bars, music venues and art performance stages. Head to the Mylos Complex for the best concerts and nightclubs. For a more laid-back vibe, head to one of the many bars in the Ladadika district.

    Practical information for your trip to Thessaloniki

    • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Thessaloniki Makedonia Airport, which is located 20 km from the city.
    • Current local time in Thessaloniki:  
    • Currency: Euro. Make sure to always have some cash on hand as not all restaurants accept credit cards. ATMs are available throughout the country.
    • Electric sockets: Plug type C and type F (two round pins) suitable for appliances of 230 V – 50 Hz.
    • Travel information: Greece is part of the Schengen-zone, meaning that under normal circumstances, EU citizens may travel without a passport. Non-EU citizens must have a valid passport. Citizens of the following countries may enter Greece without a visa: Countries of the European Union, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Citizens of other countries require a visa. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website
    • Vaccination: When travelling to Greece, there are no mandatory vaccinations for European travellers. For more health information, visit the website

    Thessaloniki, Church of Aghios Pavlos

    What to do and not to do in Thessaloniki

    • In tourist areas, you will have no problem communicating with the Greek in English, some will also be able to help you around in French. Though speaking a few words of Greek is well appreciated by the locals. And if you plan on going off the beaten path, knowing more than just a few words of Greek will definitely pay off. Learning the Greek alphabet is not a must but might prove useful for those that want to understand road signs when driving around in rural areas.

    A few words of Greek

    • Kalimera is the usual greeting in the morning, if you’re greeting someone in the afternoon or evening, say kalispera. Goodnight is kalinikta, do pay attention though as kalinikta is only used as a goodbye, never as a greeting. Going for drinks with friends? The Greeks don’t say cheers but yamas! Want to go out? Say Pame gia café. It literally means “Let’s go for a coffee” but it’s generally used to go out for drinks, not specifically coffee. If you have a particular Greek lady or gentleman in mind, this is the way to ask them out for a drink.

    Cultural events in Thessaloniki

    • Reworks Festival (September): Greece’s most prominent music festival takes place in Thessaloniki. The line-up consists of several international and local artists with a focus on electronic and pop music; it also features other contemporary music genres.
    • Thessaloniki Film Festival (November): this internationally renowned film festival is one of Thessaloniki’s top events. Several venues around the city offer film viewings, panel discussions and interviews with movie directors.

    When to go to Thessaloniki?

    As with most Mediterranean cities, winters are rainy and cool while summers are hot and dry in Thessaloniki. However, the weather is also dependent on the sea winds coming in from the Thermaic Gulf. In general, autumn and spring are gentler months with pleasant weather and less rainfall than in winter and less humidity than in summer.

    Generally, the most popular moment to visit Thessaloniki is between June and September. Summer starts early, with the average highs already climbing to 24°C in May. So even if you can’t handle the heat in the peak of summer (average highs of 30°C in July-August), just about any other month in spring or summer is a good option. If you plan on visiting archaeological sites or going on excursions, avoid peak summer and plan your trip in spring or autumn. Springtime would be the best choice as nature will be in full bloom.

    What to eat in Thessaloniki?

    Thessaloniki is a paradise for foodies! If you’re on a budget, remember that Thessaloniki’s street food is some of the best in Greece. No matter what time of day it is, you’re sure to find something delicious to try at a great price!

    Some dishes to try:

    • Bougatsa: a sweet semolina custard pastry
    • Soutzoukakia: Greek meatballs in tomato sauce
    • Koulouri: sesame bread, usually shaped like a ring

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