When showing you Thessaloniki, I need you to see the Church of Panagia Chalkeon. Those byzantine churches make this place so special and are UNESCO World Heritage Sites well worth visiting!
During our 4 days in Thessaloniki, we could enjoy 3 hours of sunshine. But we've been in the right place at the right time, watching the sun set from the old city walls 😊
Last time dreaming of Athens 😍 Tomorrow: Heading to Madrid 🇪🇸 😊
What I loved about Athens: No matter where you go - In the middle of districts with not necessarily the nicest buildings, you can find such ancient masterpieces shining through. 🌟
No matter where you go, you always see the Parthenon sitting enthroned on the Acropolis Hill in Athens 😍
Despite everything, I really love the Olympics. So of course I also had to visit the Panathenaic Stadium while being in Athens. It was built almost 2000 years ago and still serves as the finishing point of THE classic Marathon from - well Marathon - to Athens! 🏆
I've never experienced that somewhere else: Why does it feel like the entire city of Athens is made from marble❓
When climbing the Acropolis of Athens, it's not just the top of the hill that matters. Especially since it's in such good shape, I loved seeing the Odeon of Herodes Atticus built in 161 AD! Wouldn't you like to watch a play here? 😊
No, my portfolio of Athens wouldn't be complete, if I wouldn't show you also a modern greek orthodox church. Daria thinks it's pretty similar to the cathedral we've seen in Kotor, what do you think?
One thing that fascinated me in Athens, was that you could find ancient ruins and columns pretty much everywhere. Close to the Monastiraki metro station, they've even built the metro tracks in the middle of a historic park 😃
With this view I've spent my birthday in Athens 😍
Mount Lycabettus was the first location we scouted to shoot from in Athens. But when we visited the Acropolis Hill, I thought that Lycabettus also deserves for a photo of itself. 😊 📷 I mean, which other city do you know that has a mountain in its center? 🗻
Yesterday you saw the Zappeion from the outside, and I found that already beautiful. But what do you think of its rotunda inside?
Just love to walk around and discover architecture in Athens!