Old Metropolis of Veria
The Old Metropolis of Veria is a gorgeous architectural example of a three-aisled basilicas. Built in 1070AD, it's steeped in history. Excellent hagiography.
The tomb of King Philip II, Alexander's father, is open to public. There is also an exhibition of items recovered from the tomb. Totally worth a trip.
A place of worship, this is the spot where Veria's citizens heard about Christianity first from Apostle Paul.
The Jewish district with its distinctive architecture, decorated houses, street trees has an otherworldly aura. It was also stop in Apostle Paul's journey.
Veria Town Hall
Founded as a Greek school during the Ottoman years, the beautiful neoclassical building is today Veria's City Hall. Located in a nice square.
Twin Baths of Tuzcu Sinan
The Ottoman Twin Baths of Tuzcu Sinan date from the late 15th century, and are currently under restoration. Located downtown Veria.