Traveling anywhere in Greece on a budget can be a bit difficult, especially since it has become such a popular tourist destination for people from all over the world. My first tip is to travel during the off season and to avoid months like June, July, and August. May and September are still pretty warm and feel like you’re in the middle of summer.
Airbnb is also a great option. Many of the hotels in Greece are small and run down anyways, and aren’t worth the money like in other countries. Many of them don’t even have continental breakfast!! Your best bet is to get an airbnb, get groceries to cook your own meals, and eat out when you want/can afford.
What is your favorite day trip from Thessaloniki? I’m thinking of getting a time share in Greece to travel every summer, so that my kids and I can have a place to go without worrying about hotels and resorts every year. I love this spot in Thessaloniki, but I want to see what cool places I can go for day trips…any advice?
Hey everyone, I’ve been trying to visit more places, and expand my trips to Greece beyond my falimies village lol. I’ve heard a lot about the Ladadika, but does it live up to the hype? What’s really there and is it worth visiting?
I know that everywhere in Greece is super close to the beach, but how are the beaches in Thessaloniki? Can I count on spending a few days at the beach while I’m there or should I save that for another spot in Greece? I really want to catch some rays when I’m there!!
Thessaloniki seems to be culturally (and architecturally) different than some of the other places I've been to in Greece...does anyone know about the cultural influences in Thessaloniki? Was it maybe a prominent part of the Byzantine empire?
Hi!! My friends and I are pretty into the history of Greece, andd want to see it up close and persnoal. We’re planning to go to Athens as well, but we want to see what historical stuff Thessaloniki has to offer. Any tips?