Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece-Walking through the Upper Town or Ano Poli will give visitors a sense of Thessaloniki’s Byzantine past, in contrast with the more modernized city center.

Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece and well worth a visit. If you only have limited time, here are six major attractions that you can’t miss.

Here's an overview of some relaxing beaches to visit on Thessaloniki in Greece.

Whether it’s a Gaudí-designed masterpiece in Barcelona, an underground cathedral in Ethiopia, or a tiny stone chapel in New Zealand, there’s no denying the aesthetic draw of churches.

There are three major annual festivals that happen each year in Thessaloniki, each one appealing to a variety of interests and hobbies.

Thessaloniki is Northern Greece’s liveliest town and is second only to Athens in terms of cultural events, nightlife, shopping, and dining.

Just a few hundred miles north of Athens is Thessoloniki, a city that is well worth adding to your itinerary!

Demetrios is one of the most popular saints of all Orthodoxy and the patron saint of many Orthodox Christians.

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