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Thessaloniki Vacation Packages

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Guests in this part of Central Macedonia will be sharing space with approximately 350,000 residents.

It lies about 190 miles north of the national capital, Athens. It's also approximately 10 miles southwest of Langadhás.
Waterland and Insectopia are fun and engaging activities, offering hours of laughter for kids of all ages.

Pack a picnic, take some time out with a book or just watch the clouds rolling past. Seih Sou Forest will suit whatever mood you're in.

There's nothing like a day out among nature to recharge a travel-weary soul. When you get the urge to escape the hustle and bustle, make your way over to Harbor - Passenger Terminal.

The area's exhibition spaces are jam-packed with interesting stories and quirky facts. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you check out the different displays at the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Byzantine Culture. Another two worth considering are thessaloniki State Museum of Contemporary Art and Cinema Museum.

If you and your family like learning about natural history and scientific breakthroughs, the Noesis Science Center & Technology Museum should be one of the stops you make.
View the various specimens on show as you make your way through the packed corridors of thessaloniki Archeological Museum.

Build on your knowledge of the artistic drive, and perhaps even find a piece for the lounge room at one of the area's numerous exhibition spaces. Pay a visit to Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art and Municipal Art Gallery for some great examples of what this creative destination has to offer. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left, wrap up the day at the Villa Mordoch and the Teloglion Foundation of Art.

History comes alive at the Museum of Macedonia Fight and the Atatourk House thanks to their range of fascinating exhibits. The Folk and Ethnological Museum and the Ataturk's Birthplace are also highly esteemed options.

Discover the region's past with a trip to White Tower of Thessaloniki and the Arch of Galerius, just a couple of the historic buildings and sites here. When it comes to days of old, there's always more to discover. The Tomb of Galerius and the Byzantine Walls are also great places to check out.
Want to get a better understanding of the region's military history? The beating drums of war still echo in the walls of Eptapyrgio.

Once the private dwelling of the area's most influential families, today the doors to these most impressive homes are open to visitors from all over the world. Check for guided tours and see what secrets are housed at Palace of Galerius and Galerius' Palace.

Discover the region's spiritual side and enjoy some moments of quiet contemplation at Saint Demetrios Church and Church of Panagia Chalkeon. Church of Hagia Sophia and Cathedral of Saint Gregory Palamas are also intriguing holy sites.

Effective public squares provide a space for a city's inhabitants to linger and make the most of the fresh air. Here, Aristotelous Square and Ancient Agora Square are among the best. A walk around each is an enjoyable way to get your bearings.

Pack your camera and join fellow travelers at OTE Tower, a much-loved landmark in Thessaloniki.

To discover some of the history of this community, have some quiet time at some of its special tributes and memorials, such as Church of Acheiropoietos and Monastery of St. John Theologian. Church of Saint Demetrios and Villa Allatini are also worth checking out.

If you'd like to take a look at where the leaders of tomorrow are made, arrange a visit to the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Walk around the impressive campus, experience the buzzing social scene and keep your eyes peeled for any possible guided tours.

Take a trip to Mediterranean Cosmos if you enjoy shopping and mingling with the locals.

Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to be entertained! Travelers of all ages will enjoy catching a show at thessaloniki Concert Hall or the NTNG - Lazaristes Monastery. The NTNG - Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies and the NTNG - Vassiliko Theatro are two other well-respected facilities that you're sure to love.

Thessaloniki's star attractions can sometime overshadow the less visited, but equally appealing sights, such as Government House.

Accommodation in Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki is a popular destination for travelers, and offers a broad range of places to stay. Expedia's Thessaloniki lodging guide has all the details.

Two of the higher-end Thessaloniki hotel options in which you can find some of the nicest guest services in town, are the Daios Luxury Living, at Nikis Avenue 59, and the Excelsior Hotel, at 10 Komninon St. & 23 Mitropoleos Av. Alternatively, The Tourist Hotel, at 21 Mitropoleos Street, and the Emporikon, at 14 Syngrou & Egnatias, are two offerings well worth investigating if you're traveling on a budget.

Addionally, check the other vacation destinations near Thessaloniki like Kassandra, Sithonia, Possidi and Nikita.