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Thessaloniki overlooking the Thermaikos Gulf is Greece's second largest city, the most important centre of Northern Greece and the country's cultural capital. It became known as such due to its many and various art and culture events that have found here a prosperous place to grow. However, Thessaloniki has always been a fascinating cultural crossroad that has been bringing into life endless cultural, political and creative activities throughout the years.
Thessaloniki is also known as a foodie destination with so many delicious local products, some of the best wineries of the country and fantastic recipes and traditional gastronomy that reveal the story of the whole country in just one bite.
This lively seaside capital with so many faces can travel every visitor through time thanks to its unique architecture, monuments and historical sites. Moreover, its modern scene is lively and ongoing offering everyone who loves contemporary art and culture to fall in love with this city.
The picturesque neighbourhood of Ladadika with the local delicious flavours, the old City up in the hill, the White Tower overlooking the Aegean Sea, the wonderful long promenade, the stunning Aristotelous square which is one of the landmarks of the city, the Museum of the Fine Arts MoMus and the Museum of Contemporary Art are just some of the best loved spots in town.
Thessaloniki is an all-year-round destination that offers unique experiences. Either you travel for a city break or an extended stay, this city is an ideal destination even in the heart of winter.