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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?

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There’s definitely a lot of hype, I remember always hearing about the Laladika in old Greek songs. I think the Laladika used to be a pretty popular rebetika district, with a lot of great music and partying. According to my cousins, it’s not really like that anymore :(
 
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The Laladika district has some of the best shopping I've done in Greece!
 

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What can I do in the Ladadika district?

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?

Thessaloniki-720x477.jpg

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