Thessaloniki Map

Thessaloniki is the second largest city of Greece, after Athens, the Greek capital, located in Northern Greece, central Macedonia. The town is characterized for its major historical interest and natural beauty as it counts on many archaeological monuments and historical relics, idyllic coasts and mountainous landscapes.

Being a cosmopolitan town itself, Thessaloniki is a major tourist destination all year round offering access to some of the most famous resorts in Greece like Thessaloniki and Thassos which are preferred by thousands of tourists around the world. Moreover, its strategic location provides a nice port that serves vessels from the Black Sea and northern Aegean.

The modern city of Thessaloniki is known as a cultural centre hosting various festivals and world-famous events throughout the year. However, it is also a place that well-maintains its traditional customs and authentic character. Wondering around the historical town you will see countless of picturesque spots and monuments tht witness its glorious past.

This section proposes a map of Thessaloniki with all the major locations.

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Clouds over Thessaloniki
A look along the seafront walkway at night.
Sunset trading along the seafront at Thessaloniki.
The Makedonia Palace Hotel (01) as seen through the fountains.
The Makedonia Palace Hotel (02) as seen through the fountains. Source:
The Zongopoulos umbrellas (02). A fascinating feature added in 2013 to the seafront to compliment the new Alexander The Great Memorial Park and seafront development.