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A port city on the coast of the Aegean sea, Thessaloniki is Greece's hippest and most lively city. With over 1 million residents, many consider Thessaloniki to be the cultural capital of Greece. One look at the city during sunset will have you convinced that you're in paradise: With the Aegean sea to the east and Mount Chortiatis to the southeast, Thessaloniki's skyline looks like something from a postcard.

Thessaloniki is known for its long, uninterrupted waterfront and picturesque historic architecture. Roman, Ottoman, and Byzantine influences are obvious throughout the city, but especially around the Ano Poli district, where the old and the new blend seamlessly.

Thessalonians know how to have a good time; the city is home to more bars and cafes per capita than any other place in Europe, as well as the best nightlife and entertainment in Greece thanks to its young, multicultural population. It has a huge student population, with two of Greece's most important universities based there.

Tourism in Thessaloniki, Greece

A trip to Thessaloniki wouldn't be complete without a walk down the promenade through Old Town. There are even free daily walking tours of the city available at 18:30 from the rotunda, so you can learn the history of the area and have a local show you all of the major attractions. 

The northernmost Byzantine walls are still intact, as well as the city's symbol, the White Tower. This tower is the only remaining structure on the seafront from the original fortification. If you continue on to Upper Town, you'll be treated to a spectacular view over the bay and many UNESCO-listed heritage sites.

One particularly notable UNESCO site is the Rotunda, a former Roman temple of Zeus that is almost as old as the Pantheon in Rome! To learn more about the area's robust history, head to the Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum or the Museum of Byzantine Culture, both near the city centre. 

Where are hotels located in Thessaloniki?

Thessaloniki's hotels are centred around the promenade and the city centre, making it very easy and convenient to walk from your hotel to the Old Town or Upper Town districts. Makedonia Palace and Porto Palace Hotel are located a bit farther away, but it's not inconvenient because taxis and public transit are easy to navigate.

How much do hotels in Thessaloniki cost?

The average 3-star hotel costs around $80 in Thessaloniki, while higher-end options can cost as much as $150-$200 per night depending on the season. 

Are there any unique boutique hotels in Thessaloniki?

Yes! The Zaliki Boutique Hotel offers upscale lodging with a restaurant at an affordable price. The Bristol Hotel is inside a historic building in the city centre with free wi-fi, fabulous customer service, and a complimentary breakfast with your room.

Are there any luxury hotels in Thessaloniki?

The most well-known 5-star hotel in Thessaloniki is the Excelsior, one of the most prominent luxury hotels in Europe. Situated in a beautiful historic building just steps from Aristotelus Square, it offers elegance in every square inch with a beautiful rooftop garden, world-class restaurant, and large, well-equipped suites.

Which Thessaloniki hotels are suitable for families?

The Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki is an excellent, affordable choice for families. Located in a quiet area of the city with a big pool the kids will love, they offer complimentary breakfast with their rooms and free wi-fi. Egnatia Palace has a more central location and beautiful rooms, but a smaller pool.