Thessaloniki Things to Do
In the Zeitenlik Graveyard lay 20,000 tombs of Serbian, French, British, Italian, Russian, Bulgarian and Greek soldiers from WWI.
Thessaloniki's waterfront lends the city its sea-breeze feel and sometimes a view of Olympus. Open and alive, it is a local favorite.
The distinctive shape of the Telecommunications tower catches the eye. Ideal for a coffee with panoramic view from the top deck.
At the Thessaloniki Concert Hall you enjoy concerts and other high-quality performances, less often opera, and also exhibitions.
You can appreciate ancient hagiography in the partly restored Vlatadon monastery of the 13th century and visit the garden and the peacocks.
Seih Sou Forest
Thessaloniki's forest was planted in 1920s with mostly foreign tree species. Locals' favorite escape from city's buzz into a serene environment.
A theater with a costume exhibition, a small library, and a rooftop art café-bar suitable for taking pictures of the White Tower and the port.
This pirate boat will cruise you around Thessaloniki's gulf. With bubbles or a beer in hand, enjoy a different view on the city.