We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Very beautiful church inside and outside. I strongly recommend to visit. No payment requested and it is possible to light candels. During my visit there were two celebration, a Baptism and a wedding, it was georgous.
This church is named after
Saint Demetrios of Thessaloniki who is a Christian martyr of the early 4th century AD. locals use it as a pilgrimage site as his bones are in a shrine there. The roman baths below are also worth a visit.
We have heard of the Patron Saint of the city so came to pay tribute to him in this Church. What surprised us completely are the crypts! We didn't expect to find them under the Church. It was only after we returned to our hotel...More
Big and nice decorated orthodox church with big catacombs for free. On yard of church is located also free toilets. Church also provide blankets for covering knees or shoulders. Ideal visiting time is before lunchtime.
Agios Dimitrios was rebuilt after the big fire of 1917 and it shows. All the brickwork in the upper part is visibly new and takes away the charm that must have been there in the past. The inside is vast and luminous, but it was...More
A beautiful Greek Orthodox church with traditional styles as well as a taste of the past in the way the walls inside have been left intact throughout history. It also houses the relics of three saints, which is a blessing.