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  • Sights

    Aristotle Square Your city trip starts at Aristotle Square, which can be compared to the 'Dam' in Amsterdam or New York's Time Square. Aristotle Aquare was designed by Ernest Hébrard after one year earlier the city had been destroyed by a fire. Nowadays, Aristotle...

    0 by Piet, in What to see Thessaloniki, 5 months ago
  • Piece Montee Workshop

    Living in Thessaloniki, makes it a city full of choices. But  if your more into cheap  and quality sweet flavors, then Piece Montee workshop is your place. Not downtown, but placed in Ano Toumpa region (connected with bus #14),  a small pastry shop made it's entrance...

    0 by Thomina, in Where to eat Thessaloniki, 9 months ago
  • Ypsilon

    Ypsilon , is a new entry in the city . It's a renovated place , shared in two seperated areas for any taste.  One room is more ideal for daily coffee meetings , smoke free and music just to have a bit of sound in the backround. You can enjoy quiet job meetings , or...

    0 by Thomina, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Thessaloniki, 9 months ago
  • The Blue Cup

    The Blue Cup is a coffee and coctail bar in Ladadika of Thessaloniki.  Based in a renovated place inin of one of the most beautiful listed buildings in the city, it is offering an elegant experience with varietal coffees speciality and handmade production methods. In...

    0 by Thomina, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Thessaloniki, 9 months ago
  • My Pub

    It's a beerbar in the center of the city..16 draft beers..80 bottles..great food..burgers..hot dogs..chicken wings..2 billiards..dart..special cocktails..pop and rock music..video wall..TV screens..special offers every day..great place for people of any age..open all...

    0 by Ilias, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Thessaloniki, 2 years ago
  • Byzantine walls

    Byzantine walls Thessaloniki has a century-old history which hides in the walls. The Western walls have a total length of 8km, leading past the remains of the Greek and Roman times. Your adventure starts at Dimokratias Plateia; a square which once was the main entrance...

    0 by lisanne, in What to see Thessaloniki, 3 years ago
  • Paralia Katerinis

    Hello all! The following post is going to give a little overview about Greece, and its beautiful summer-resort, Paralia Katerini. I’ve already been at Paralia two times in my life during my high-school years. Once we planned a class-trip there, and after its success,...

    0 by Dóra, in What to do Thessaloniki, 3 years ago
  • Macaroni Restaurant

    Sani Resort During my 3rd Erasmus experience i had the chance to go to Greece in the spectacular luxury resort which is Sani situated in the Halkidiki Peninsula, the city of Kassandra. How i got there? Good question, i have just returned from my 2nd Erasmus internship...

    0 by Madalina, in Where to eat Thessaloniki, 3 years ago
  • Valaoritou street

    I've already written a couple of articles about my hometown Thessaloniki, where I provided information on where to drink coffee or wine. But after 3 coffees and lots of wine, the only solution is to partyyy! Source Where can you find places to party in...

  • The neighborhood of Rotonda

    Rotonda is the most popular place for students and young people in Thessaloniki. This alternative place for local young people is located near Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki and the famous monument of Kamara (arch of Galerius). Kamara (The arch of Galerius) and...

    0 by Elisavet, in What to see Thessaloniki, 3 years ago
  • Colombia

    The logo of Colombia. Photo taken from: Cafe Colombia Thessaloniki If you are an erasmus student in the city of Thessaloniki or if you just decide to visit this beautiful city of Greece, which is located on the north part of the country, you should definitely live the...

  • Doma

    Would you like to try a big glass of traditional greek coffee frappe with just 1 euro? Or maybe drink the traditional cheap white wine Retsina? Then, you should stop by the cafe/bar Doma. It is located in the heart of the city, just 5 minutes from the campus of...

  • Day of colors

    Amazing colors. Photo taken from: http://api.ning.com/. The festival of colors has its origins from India and its original name is Holi Festival and it is part of their religion. However, the last years it has been spread all over the world, and a lot of countries,...

    0 by Elisavet, in What to do Thessaloniki, 3 years ago
  • Melee Cafe

    The best thing when you visit a new city, is to meet local people and hang out in places that few people know. One of these places, is the cafe/bar "Melee Cafe". To get there, you can take from the center (Kamara) buses 2, 31 or 45 and get down at station Martiou. Walk...

  • Candy Bar

    Is there a cafe bar with delicious coffee, tasty hot/cold chocolate, and amazing cocktails combined with a lot of free sweets? The answer is: yes, it exists! In the center of the city, close to the church of "Agia Sofia" you will see a pedestrianized street. Walk on the...

  • Prwto Patwma (First Floor)

    Fonte When you are in Thessaloniki, for sure you will find yourself walking around one of the big streets of the city, called Tsimiski. So, when you will be tired from walking, find the number 97 and enter the building. Firstly, you will think that there's nothing...

  • Public reading hall of Aristoteleio University

    Enjoy the sun while taking a break outside Source The outside view Source A small part of the inside space Source People outside the entrance having a short break Source Are you an Erasmus student in Thessaloniki? Are the exams on their way? Are you bored...

    0 by Elisavet, in What to do Thessaloniki, 3 years ago
  • Upper Town (Castles )

    Sunny view of the city Source The city of Thessaloniki is located in the north part of Greece, close to the three peninsulas of Halkidiki. Even though it is not as famous as Athens or the islands, it considers to be one of the most beautiful and "energetic" cities of...

    0 by Elisavet, in What to do Thessaloniki, 3 years ago
  • 8Ball

    Do you like disco parties? Or maybe metal nights with alternative bands from all over the world? Do you enjoy trash music? Do you like meeting and getting around with all kind of people? If you have at least one yes as an answer, then 8 ball will definitely be the...

    0 by Elisavet, in Erasmus party Thessaloniki, 3 years ago
  • Art House

    Very groovy music, many different kind of events/concepts, nice and cozy people, very good prices and quality on beers/wines/drinks.Especialy on some Sundays at the Streetfood> Free food(different concept everytime) Free Entrance Free...

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