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Thessaloniki Classic City Private Tour
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Nikis Avenue, Thessaloniki 546 24, Greece
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Reviewed 23 November 2016 via mobile

Just awesome!!!the most famous square in Greece!!!in front of the sea gives you so much choises for things to do!!!the meeting point for all the citizens of Salonica!!food , drink, coffee with friends and shoping is just some thinks that you have to do.Full of...More

Thank Panagiotis S
Reviewed 22 November 2016 via mobile

Nice place to walk around. Lots of people and the sweets and coffee are great. Watch your pockets. Some shops but more food.

Thank Jacquie D
Reviewed 19 November 2016

Great place for relaxation, coffee and food and ideal for children to play. Located in the heart of the market, it becomes even more ideal

Thank nikolaost182
Reviewed 16 November 2016

You can smell the fresh meat being cooked for gyros and the water from the sea as you walk down this area of Thessaloniki. As you are taking it all in though, you will likely be approached by people posing as Reggae concert promoters who...More

1  Thank Dennis W
Reviewed 16 November 2016

If it is not Aristotelous square, it is not a Salonica visit. Balloons, bykes and bikes, babies and freddos, chatting and flirting, shopping and laughing, a luminous smile of the heart of Salonica, with view to the sea, shiny happy people, joy and company, and...More

Thank _H2706XM
Reviewed 16 November 2016

Aristotelous square has the form of a large bottle and is the main city square and tourist attraction. Located on the waterfront, it plays an important role in the socio-political and cultural life of the city as the site for rallies, speeches, festivals, and celebrations....More

Thank Joseph G
Reviewed 15 November 2016

A must visit while in town, many coffee and pastry shops lot of shopping around. A nice place to spend an afternoon

Thank Λαζαρος Γ
Reviewed 15 November 2016

You can't visit Thessaloniki without seeing this square. The city's transport systems, it's roads and most important, it's people all cross here. East to the shops, the museums and the University, West to the shops and the old port, North to the "forum" and sacred...More

Thank kencoll
Reviewed 13 November 2016

Aristotelous Square might be considered the heart of Thessaloniki. It's definitely where you'll find all the action. The area is lined with pubs, restaurants, coffee shops and bakeries, most with outdoor dining patios. A few souvenir shops dot the landscape, but the most obvious attraction...More

Thank FancyFree55
Reviewed 11 November 2016

If you ask where to go first in Thessaloniki, most chances are that this will be the no.1 option. While it's one of the most iconic spot in the city it provides a little bit of everything such as cafeterias, bars, restaurants/taverns, shops and seasonal...More

Thank Chrysanthos_Bambu
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Ann L
5 August 2017|
Response from TravelerforLifee | Reviewed this property |
Hey there. The shops are closed on Sundays, only caffes are opened. Thanks.
21 October 2016|
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Response from 135Eleni | Reviewed this property |
Yes - Modiano market at top end of Aristotelous where it meets Egnatia St.