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Ladadika

This historic district of particular importance, despite its small size, gives us a picture of how Thessaloniki was built before the fire of 1917. Today, having undergone a restoration process in the 1980s, Ladadika is one of the busiest areas of Thessaloniki, famous for its entertainment, housing many bars, nightclubs, restaurants, traditional taverns, where once there were oil shops and commercial warehouses.

250 meters

3′ on foot

Thessaloniki Port 1

Port

Apart from the important role it plays in the history of the city, the importance of its location, its business and economic activity, it is one of the busiest and most photographed places in the city. Its operation coincides with the founding of the city in 315/6 BC by the King of Macedonia, Kassandros. It is well known, loved and frequented by residents and visitors for hosting cultural events in halls resulting from the reconstruction of its old warehouses, the most famous being the Thessaloniki Film Festival.

350 meters

4′ on foot

White Tower 1

White Tower

The trademark of our city! Already in 5 steps, you can see it. Follow the seaside route and enjoy the view, all hours of the day, without having to move by public transport. The monument was built during the Ottoman period, on the site of a pre-existing Byzantine tower. Today it functions as a museum and is the symbol of the city!

1.3 kilometers

16′ on foot

Aristotelous Square

Aristotelous Square

The most popular aristocratic square of the city for visitors and residents alike. A jewel of the city, with great architecture of unparalleled beauty. The square was designed in 1917, immediately after the great fire by the French architect Ernest Hébrard, inspired by Italian and French influences, and completed between the 1950s and 1960s. Cafés, restaurants and shops along the whole length of the street are open at all hours of the day.

300 meters

4′ on foot

Palea Paralia

Old Paralia

The favorite, daily route for walking, running, biking, cycling. If you want to feel the energy of the city’s inhabitants, gaze at Mount Olympus and be enchanted by the city’s famous sunsets, choose the route along Nikis Avenue. Relax, stop for photos, have a coffee or a drink in the evening with endless options along the way and indulge in the charm and rhythms of the charming Nymph of Thermaikos.

200 meters

3′ on foot

Entertainment

Entertainment

The city most identified with entertainment is Thessaloniki. Who doesn’t have stories of nightlife, to the rhythms of the enchanting Thessaloniki? From early evening until the early hours of the morning, you can experience what you want! Choose Ladadika, just a 3-minute walk for dinner and then for a quiet drink or a wild night in one of the bars with Greek or foreign music, the choices are many! Aristotelous Square, Emporio Square, Nikis Avenue, with a plethora of coffee bars, clubs, will surely reward you. The heart of the center never stops the fun! The reputation is confirmed!

300 meters

4′ on foot

shopping

Shopping

There’s probably not much to say here…our city is so famous for its shopping! The shops are all concentrated in the centre of the city, you can find a wide variety of shops for all ages and tastes and at good prices. On Tsimiski Street extends all its commercial activity. Big chains of branded shops, but also small shops, give the opportunity to visitors and residents of the city, to find what they are looking for!  One of the biggest advantages of our location! The heart of the Market, beats here!

0 meters

1′ on foot

Louloudadika–Yahoudi Hammam

Flower Shops – Yahoudi Hammam

A quaint, small, multi-photographed area that cannot be missed at all! Its name is due to the outdoor flower shops it hosts. In the early 50’s, the Florists’ Association decided to house its planters’ flower shops. There is also the Yakhudi Hamam, a beautiful building reminiscent of Byzantine architecture! It is believed to have been built in the 16th century by Khalil Agha. It served as a bath for men and women. Today it hosts cultural events.

130 meters

2′ on foot

Market Modiano – Kapani

Market Modiano – Kapani

The Modiano Market, the Central Food Market, is one of the most important monuments and sights of the city that nowadays reaches almost a century. The market building was constructed by the architect J. Oliphant and the engineer and developer Eli Modiano, a covered traditional market, a tasty paradise in the heart of the city. Construction of the market began in 1922. It has recently been renewed, uniquely keeping the aesthetics of yesterday combined with modern aesthetics.  The Kapani, the oldest traditional market in Thessaloniki, is also of great interest, keeping its character until today. Baharia, old cafés, food of all kinds, you will find everything there! Tastes of Thessaloniki!

250 meters

3′ on foot

Museum of Photography

Museum of Photography

Are you a photography lover? The museum was established in 1998. In 2001, it was housed in Warehouse A’ at Pier A of the port of Thessaloniki. MOMus is supervised by the Ministry of Culture & Sports and simultaneously organizes an international photography festival every two years. Its activities are of national scope, while it has undertaken important initiatives for the presentation of Greek photography at an international level.

500 meters

6′ on foot

Museum of Illusions

Museum of Illusions

Are you ready for an unforgettable, unique, fun experience? We are sure that you will have an interesting visual, physical and educational experience while having fun with countless visual, interactive and photographic illusions!  It is the perfect place to gain new experiences and have fun with your friends and family. It is not only a place for children, but also for parents, for couples.

400 meters

5′ on foot

Jewish Museum

Jewish Museum

A commercial arcade of great importance, the centre of the Jewish community, one of the surviving buildings of the 1917 fire. The Bank of Athens was housed there in 1904. The Jewish community, inextricably linked to the history and especially the business life of the city, unfolds its history in special exhibition spaces, with a large digital collection of documents.

100 meters

1′ on foot

Roman Market

Roman Agora

One of the city’s most historic monuments, the Roman Forum. For about three centuries the heart of the city beat there, since it was the city’s reference point, its administrative, social and intellectual centre. Visit the Museum, the Hidden Gallery, the Odeon, which hosts cultural events.

800 meters

11′ on foot

Platia Emporiou

Trade Square

The redevelopment of the historic Emporio Square, in Ano Ladadika, transformed it into a top destination of the city. Renovated preserved buildings, gourmet flavors, spices with an oriental aroma, recall the glamour of trade of ancient times, combined with modern aesthetics.

220 meters

3′ on foot

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