The main square of Thessaloniki and its surrounding buildings introduced a new type of European architecture to the city.
Built in the 12th century, Thessaloniki's trademark, the White Tower, is the most photographed monument of the city.
A monument that became one of the trademarks of the city and serves as the absolute meeting point for the locals. Locally referred as "Kamara".
An archaeological site that was the administrative heart and a busy meeting place of the city of Thessaloniki during the Roman period.
The impressive Byzantine fortification has a small promenade offering panoramic views over Thessaloniki, and fantastic tavernas nearby.
One of the oldest buildings of Thessaloniki is an imposing Byzantine church which is used as an Orthodox Church until today.
This Roman building was used with different functions during the centuries and it is an important part of Thessaloniki's history.
The cathedral dedicated to the patron saint of Thessaloniki, St Demetrius, is included in the list of World Heritage Sites of UNESCO.
The city takes pride in its ancient history, and in particular its Macedonian heritage. Alexander's statue attracts tourists and skaters.