Thessaloniki is a place that has preserved an invaluable legacy of world history. Here tourists are welcomed by numerous museums, cultural monuments, architectural constructions and archaeological sites. The town's streets and broad squares, its old buildings seem to have been taken out of history books. The White Tower by the sea, the fortress walls of Upper Town, the ancient Agora, the tomb of King Philip, the triumphal arch of Emperor Galerius, St. Sophia's Basilica, the temple of St. Demetrius (patron of the city), the Archaeological Museum, the University. Aristotle University with its rich library, the Astronomical Observatory, the state theatre of Northern Greece - Thessaloniki deserves to be called the most beautiful city in the country.
The infrastructure of the city includes everything that tourists need, and the high level of facilities will be appreciated even by demanding travelers: beautiful hotel complexes, hotels, designed for different needs and capabilities of guests, picturesque beaches around the city, various bars, restaurants, clubs, tavernas, shops.
The hospitality of the Greeks is becoming one of the most important factors in Thessaloniki's appeal, most of all in the small resort villages. You can get in touch with the locals over a good cup of coffee by the bay of Themaiikos or while dining on traditional Greek cuisine in an Upper Town tavern with a great view over the city and the sea.
For those who can't get enough of daytime fun, it's time to indulge in some night-time revelry. After sunset, Thessaloniki life is no less vibrant. Tourists can head to various clubs with incendiary music, spend time with a cocktail at local bars, dance in a disco, or choose any entertainment centre where well-known performers from Greece perform. With such a variety of holiday options. Thessaloniki will be remembered for a long time and you'll want to come back to experience happiness again and again.