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Aristotelous Square
One of the most well-known places in Thessaloniki that everyone needs to visit. Always busy, it is the heart of the city. It is worth seeing the preserved buildings that are there, as well as the statue of the ancient philosopher and multi scientist Aristotle, who was also a teacher of Alexander the Great.
White Tower
A trademark of Thessaloniki is not considered a visit to the city if someone does not visit the White Tower. A great surprise awaits visitors inside the Tower. A museum of contemporary interactive multimedia, presenting the history of the city over the centuries. Going up the highest floors and ending up, you have a unique spectacular panoramic view of Thessaloniki and Thermaikos Gulf.
Coast road
Thessaloniki is a beautiful town located on the coast of the Thermaic Gulf. Its seaside has always been one of its busiest spots, full of tourists but also of Thessaloniki. The view of the sea, combined with the Mount of Gods, Mount Olympus, will surely charm you.
Directing from west to east, it would be the best way to enjoy your ride. The distance is not very large but you will probably need a full breakfast or afternoon, as there are several attractions you will want to stop.
Arch of Galerius
The arch of Galerius, also known as Kamara, together with the White Tower are the most popular monuments-meeting points of both the locals and the visitors of Thessaloniki.
It was devoted to the victorious campaign of Emperor Galerius against the Persian Sassanids and the capture of their capital, the Baptists, in 298 AD.
Upper Town
In the northern part of Thessaloniki we meet the Upper Town, the only part that has been left untouched by the great fire that erupted in 1917. Arriving, you will think that time has stopped at that time. Due to its location it was the main fortress of the city.It is worth a walk in the cobbled streets and enjoy the panoramic view of the city and of the entire Thermaikos Gulf, especially the hours of the sunset.
Church of Agios Dimitrios
For the majority of the inhabitants of Thessaloniki, it is the most important ancient-Christian monument of the city for religious and historical reasons. Dedicated to the Holy and Protect of the city, the Temple has a rich and long history that is essentially identical to the history of the city as it was shaped by the rich events that marked it.
Church of Agia Sofia
Agia Sophia in the center of the city is one of the most important old-Christian Byzantine churches in Thessaloniki. It is a very beautiful temple, an architectural gem. With more than 16 centuries of history behind, we can easily understand why it is considered to be one of the most important religious sites of the whole of Macedonia.