Bus Tour

The Sightseeing Thessaloniki is the exclusive touring service provider of the city. Hop on to our open deck busses to enjoy the city tour and visit the numerous monuments and places of interest of our city. Hop off in any of the 8 different stations you desire and visit the local attraction. Learn everything about the history of your visiting site with our free commentary in 8 different languages.
There is a lot of interesting places to visit in Thessaloniki and Sightseeing Thessaloniki offers the way to visit and see them all in a very reasonable price.

- Two days ticket
- Thessaloniki Tour every 40 minutes
- Sightseeing tour lasts 70 minutes
- Commentary in 8 different languages
- Hop on - Hop off
(get off in any of the 8 bus stops you want)

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The Agia Sophia for several years was the metropolis of Thessaloniki.

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The church of Agios Dimitrios is dedicated to the patron Saint of the city and holds a prominent position among all the churches in this city.

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The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki opened its doors to the public in 1962 by hosting findings from the area of Thessaloniki and the neighboring counties.

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Thessaloniki’s symbol, the White Tower is a 15th century fortification which was part of the city’s defenses.

The White Tower is the point where the seaward defense and the eastern wall met.

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One of the most characteristic monuments of Thessaloniki is the Arch of Galerius, located on the upper side of the Via Egnatia, a short distance from the Rotunda. (The Rotunda is a building with internal niches, serving as a place of worship).

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The history of Thessaloniki begins in 316 BC the founding of when king Cassandros founded the city under the name of his wife, sister of Alexander the Great.

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The Aristotelous square is the connection link between the architectural history of Thessaloniki and its modern style.
After the fire of 1917, the French architect Ernest Hébrard was assigned to redesign the whole area of the city center and due to the historical significance of this central point he put Aristotelous Square in the heart of the new plan.

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The city walls of Thessaloniki were the fortifications of the Byzantine city and are of great interest and importance for their archaeological, architectural and artistic points.  The Byzantine walls of Thessaloniki concurred with the Roman ones.  The walls were built of narrow bands of stone and a wider of brick and spread over a length of 7-8 km.

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