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cubrinj

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I saw someone else post in the Athens forum asking what part of Athens is not worth visitng. So I have the same question for Thessaloniki: which part is a bit overrated and shouldn't be worth visiting??
 

ssherie_

Member
Honestly I can't think of any...Thessaloniki is just so great. What areas are you thinking to visit and then maybe I can let you know which ones are best to visit
 

k_tsoukalas

Moderator
Honestly I can't think of any...Thessaloniki is just so great. What areas are you thinking to visit and then maybe I can let you know which ones are best to visit
I agree, it all depends on what you like and what you want to see!
 

Are there any traditional Greek villages near Thessaloniki?

I love the feel of a small village. Is there anything near the city that I can visit?

Look at this beautiful Thessaloniki sunset

We arrived to our friends house outside of Thessaloniki yesterday and were greeted by this stunning sunset

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Perea beach is in the middle of one of the best resort towns!

Perea beach is my favourite beach in Thessaloniki! It's is also a town that has a thriving resort community, which means that there will be plenty of shops, restaurants, and cafes to explore while you are there.

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Eating and drinking your way through Thessaloniki!

This video offers some great suggestions! Ill definitely be checking these places out when I plan to go this winter :)

Xan square is a great place to visit in Thessaloniki!

This square was originally named after the Christian Brotherhood of the Youth of Thessaloniki, also known as XAN for short. You can visit the State Museum of Contemporary Art, the Tower of OTE and International Trade Fair!! I highly suggest you check it out
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