Saint Paraskevi Church
Dedicated to the city's patron Saint, it was built by the Catholics in the distinctive Gothic architecture during the Frankish occupation .
Old Bridge of Chalkida
This sliding bridge is Chalkida's trademark. The water running below is actually the shift between rising or falling tide.
High Bridge Evripos
The bridge of Evripos connects Evia, technically an island, with mainland Greece. It's big in comparison to the surroundings and so, it stands out.
Waterfront of Chalkida
The waterfront promenade of Chalkida is like a central square. It has restaurants and cafeterias, and ample space for walks.
St. Demetrius Orthodox Church
The cathedral is at the renovated St. Demetrius square. It was built in 1837, just after the town's liberation from the Ottomans.
Red House (Maliou Family)
It is said that this distinctive mansion is the oldest building in Chalkida. Hopefully, there are art events when you visit.
The Ottomans built it but a Venetian architect designed it, and so its style resembles European forts. A very peaceful place on Kanithos hill.
Monument of National Resistance
At the city seafront promenade stands a statue commemorating the Greek resistance to Nazi occupation between 1941 and 1944.