Thessaloniki News (14)
The ferry company Hellenic Seaways is ready to start this summer a route from Thessaloniki to Izmir via Mytilene, Lesvos island.
One of the most popular tourist sites in the town of Thessaloniki, the House of Kemal Ataturk, reopened to the public on October 29th, the National Republic Day of Turkey.
Starting from May 10th, 2014, the Greek Railway Organization is launching train departures from Thessaloniki to Skopje, Belgrade and Sofia.
A cooperation agreement between the municipality of Thessaloniki, the Greek State and the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki was signed today for the foundation of a Holocaust Museum at the old train station of the city.
After two and half years of reconstruction, the New Beach Promenade of Thessaloniki opened to the public. People can now cover on foot the 5 km from the region of Poseidonio to the port.
In a recent article, National Geographic includes Thessaloniki among the top 20 world destinations to visit in 2013.
Works for the construction of the Metro in Thessaloniki brought to light part of an ancient street, about 70 metres long, that had been constructed by the Romans and was the main street of the town some 1,800 years ago.
The beautiful town of Thessaloniki was proved the best candidate to hold the title of the European Youth Capital for 2014, after being chosen to present an annually program of innovative activities on a European level.
Ryanair, the famous Irish low cost airline, has recently announced that it will launch a new service to the airport of Thessaloniki.
A new church of unknown identity was recently discovered in Thessaloniki, close to Sintivaniou Square, during some railworks.
The Museum of the Roman Agora of Thessaloniki was recently inaugurated and it is located next to the ancient site.
The Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki has created a virtual museum, where visitors can see in three dimensions more than 100 permanent exhibits of the museum.
A Dinosaur Park opened last week in Oreokastro neighbourhood, Thessaloniki, to guide people in the Prehistoric times and the legendary Dinosaurs.
Prefecture of West Macedonia and the four Prefectorial Self-Administrations of Kozani, Kastoria, Grevena and Florina cooperate for a Livable Aliakmonas River.