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Thessaloniki : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Quartier
“Ladadika is one of the hot spots of Thessaloniki when it comes to entertainment. It is located in a central area right opposite to the port’s central gate and within a five-minute walk from Aristotle’s square.”
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Plaza
“Aristotle Square is one of the central squares of Thessaloniki. It starts from the semicircular buildings to the north of Mitropoleos Street, which crosses it to this point, and continues up to Niki Avenue, in the sea. The square is a popular spot for tourists and locals, with many refreshments and cafes and is a place for political gatherings and various artistic events. The above imposing buildings of Mitropoleos street house a hotel and the cinema "Olympion".”
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Café
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“The host of the film festival of Thessaloniki as well as many other themed festivals, a great choice for less mainstream movies”
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Plaza
“Go and buy Tsoureki from there!!!! It’s something like a cake, and even though I hate cakes, I love this pastry.”
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Restaurant
“Great place for lunch near the sea. Good for sea food as well as meat. Mid-range prices”
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Pizzeria
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“Authentic, Italian thin-crust pizza straight out of their wooden oven with creative combinations of toppings. Great variety, quick and efficient service. Perfect for late nights, as they stay open until 2-3 am.”
10 habitants locaux recommandent
Plaza
“Today, Aristotelous Square is one of the most famous places in all of Greece and almost synonymous with the city of Thessaloniki itself. The square plays an important role in the sociopolitical life not only of the city, but of the wider country as well. Numerous large rallies and political speeches have been organized in Aristotelous Square, such as the rally for Macedonia in 1992 (see further below). Additionally the square is used for many cultural events, such as festivals and the annual Christmas and carnival celebrations. It is an important tourist attraction for the city, and the numerous cafes and bars that line up the square make it popular with the younger generations.”
14 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant
“Absolutely recommended in case you are looking for upscale dining in a top-notch restaurant. The ambience is elegant and fantastic, the quality of ingredients and level of cooking similar to other high-class European restaurants, the personnel knowledgeable and attentive (without being overwhelming or patronizing) and service is excellent. Naturally, you get what you pay for, meaning that level of prices is on par with what is being offered. There is also a very interesting wine list with top Greek wines.”
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Parc
“Up next is Aristotle Square, Thessaloniki’s bigger and trademark square. It goes all the way up to Egnatia St. so it’s up to you to decide whether to make it a part of your seafront walk or leave it for a separate walk in the city center itself. In any case, along Aristotle Sq. you’ll see some of the most beautiful buildings of the city, Electra Palace and Olympion Cinema being two of them. Aristotle Sq. hosts many music, social and cultural events throughout the year and is the center of all the Christmas decorations that give the city a postcardy feeling. Don’t forget to have your picture taken next to Greek philosopher and polymath teacher of Alexander the Great, Aristotle’s statue, somewhere on the right side of the square!”
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Cafe
“"Room with a view" cafe - bar in the 5th floor of Olympion. Beautiful view of Aristotelous sq. cosy atmosphere ”
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Bar à vin
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Restaurant
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Lodging
“The "Οριζοντεσ" cafe on the roof top of the Electra Palace hotel at Aristotle's square. ”
6 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant
“High end sea food restaurant. I am not aware of your budget but it is totally worth it (30-40€ per person).”
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