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Thessaloniki: OTE Tower Rotating Experience with Light Meal

1. Thessaloniki: OTE Tower Rotating Experience with Light Meal

Visit the top floor of OTE Tower and enjoy the view with a light meal. See the sea and Thessaloniki's landmarks as the tower rotates 360 degrees every hour. Ascend to the top of the OTE Tower and be welcomed to an elegant dining room with panoramic views. Take a seat at your booked table to delight in your food menu. Choose between a glass of wine with a fruit platter, a club sandwich with a beer, or a bottle of wine with a cheese and fruit platter. You can always order more for purchase once seated at your table. Depending on the time slot selected, treat yourself with a view of the sunset, or visit in the evening when there is usually live piano music.

Thessaloniki: Culinary Walking Tour for Food Lovers

2. Thessaloniki: Culinary Walking Tour for Food Lovers

In three hours you will walk to several traditional market places like the Kapani and Modiano markets. You will visit the best local culinary shops where you will taste local delicacies and other Greek products.  This culinary walking tour is a relaxing and tasteful tour that will teach you many Greek table manners and food traditions that ends with a lunch of different mezedes (small shared dishes). Food is not the only thing on the menu for this tour. The English/Dutch-speaking guide will also show you several sights in the city. In short, you will return at the end of this tour with a great deal of culinary knowledge and a full belly.

Thessaloniki: Museum of Illusions Admission Ticket

3. Thessaloniki: Museum of Illusions Admission Ticket

Visit the Museum of Illusions Thessaloniki and embark on an intriguing sensory experience that includes some brand new illusions. As you enter the fascinating world of illusions, you’re sure to be confused, educated, and amazed. Nothing is what it seems, especially not here. Let your imagination run free in the Infinity Room, defy the laws of gravity in the Reverse Room, and shrink to miniature size in the Ames Room. All the while, try to capture coveted and unbelievable photos to share with friends and family. As you view a collection of holograms, look closely at different optical illusions, and observe each exhibit, you’ll find that each is a brilliant reminder that our assumptions about the world are often nothing but an illusion.

Thessaloniki: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour & Narrative

4. Thessaloniki: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour & Narrative

Waltz in the city of Thessaloniki with a self-guided audio tour on your phone designed by an accredited expert. Listen to fascinating stories, based on an award-winning storytelling concept, and gain great insights into the most iconic landmarks of Thessaloniki. Start your tour from the Statue of Alexander the Great and continue to meet The Arch of Galerius (Kamara), get acquainted with the White Tower, and be fascinated by Hagia Sophia’s Cathedral. This is an unmissable opportunity to experience at your own pace the city tour of Thessaloniki with a captivating audio tour on your phone. * * Ticket/entrance fee to any museum, archaeological site, or church is not included.

Thessaloniki: White Tower Self-Guided Audio Tour

5. Thessaloniki: White Tower Self-Guided Audio Tour

Book a self-guided audio tour of the stunning White Tower to hear fascinating stories based on an award-winning storytelling concept, and gain great insights into the most iconic landmark of Thessaloniki. Entry to the White Tower is not included. Start your tour from the entrance of the tower and continue on to explore each of the 6 floors the tower has to offer. Get acquainted with the tower, its usage, and the city’s history as you wander through this 15th-century structure. This is an unmissable opportunity to experience the White Tower of Thessaloniki at your own pace with a captivating audio tour on your phone.

From Thessaloniki: Drama Wine Tasting & Saint Barbara Park

6. From Thessaloniki: Drama Wine Tasting & Saint Barbara Park

Enjoy the famed beauty of the Drama countryside on a guided wine tour of Château Nico Lazaridi. Savor some of the finest wines in the region, enhanced with local bakery snacks. After departing from Thessaloniki, drive to a charming wine estate in the Drama region. The guided tour takes place to the vineyards nearby the winery, in the production and bottling area, in the cellar, and in the Art Gallery “Magic Mountain”. Sit down and taste the several wines produced at the winery, paired with samples of baked snacks. Then, visit the city of Drama, with some free time to stroll around the Saint Barabara park for coffee or lunch.

Thessaloniki: Guided Walking Tour in the Historical Center

7. Thessaloniki: Guided Walking Tour in the Historical Center

In present-day noisy downtown Thessaloniki, a series of monuments from the Greek and Roman era, along with Byzantine temples -many of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites- are considered cultural treasures and explain why the city is considered by many an “open museum”. Roman open sites, Ottoman monuments, public squares with a European essence, traditional markets and many more, are underlining its multicultural character, along with a collection of various religions, languages, and customs, all combined and thrived within its walls. This walking tour aims to create a narrative about a multicultural city which never lost its urban profile, by connecting many different monuments from various eras -from antiquity to the recent past. In the courtyard of St. Demetrios, patron saint of Thessaloniki, an experienced certified tour guide will introduce you to the 2,300-year old history of the city, accompany you inside the church and its catacombs and share with you its well-hidden secrets. One of the most important archaeological sites of the Roman Thessaloniki will await you only a few steps from the meeting point. Its story includes important buildings, Roman habits, trading products and a surprise engraved on an ancient Roman commercial road. You will visit Thessaloniki's first Ottoman baths, that still stand next to a road that remains the city's most important one from its foundation to date, as well as the narrow streets of one of the oldest, traditional and open ottoman markets that will take you to other times. Right in the middle of Thessaloniki's most important square, you will get to learn the breath-taking story of an event that changed the city once and for all. Then you will explore a colorful neighborhood taking its name from the flower shops one finds there. In every corner, it hides pieces of the history of the city's Israeli community. Next stop? Ladadika - one of the liveliest neighborhoods in the center of Thessaloniki. Years ago the neighborhood was full of aromas of all kinds of spices and products that arrived at the port of Thessaloniki from every corner of the world. The port of Thessaloniki is the perfect spot from which you can admire the White Tower, the city's symbol, but also the wonderful view of the Thermaic Gulf. And if you listen carefully, you might hear the voice of a mermaid looking for her brother...

Sofia: Private Day Tour to Thessaloniki

8. Sofia: Private Day Tour to Thessaloniki

After departing from Sofia you will embark on a 4-hour drive to Thessaloniki, arriving around noon. The first stop on your tour of Thessaloniki is the UNESCO listed St. Demetrios Church. The stunning 4th-century church is filled with beautiful mosaics.  Continue on your tour of the city, visiting the Arch Of Galerius and the Rotunda nearby, also UNESCO site. The official part of the tour ends to the White Tower - the symbol of Thessaloniki. Then have 2-hours of free time to explore by yourself. On your way back to Sofia you will see some other of the sites in Thessaloniki as the city walls and the Old Town.

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What people are saying about Thessaloniki

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based on 4 reviews

My boyfriend and I had a great experience on the food tour with Maria. We had limited time in Thessaloniki. This tour was a great way to learn a bit about the culture, see some of the city, and enjoy delicious food. Maria, our guide, was very knowledgeable and friendly. We enjoyed walking around, sampling various local specialties, and learning from her. The tour ended with a delicious lunch as well. I would highly recommend this experience!

We only had 1 day to see the beautiful city of Thessaloniki, and this was the perfect mix between tasting the wonderful array of food, seeing the sights, learning about the culture and how it developed, as well as hearing about some of the history of the city.

Maria was exceptional! The tour was both interesting and tasty. We learned a lot about the Greek culture and culinary habits as well as the populations history. Highly recommended!

The tower has no exhibits but you will learn the history of the city. It is a very beautiful building and the audio tour was helpful.

Most original. Lovely and helpful waitresses. Very enjoyable experience.