Thessaloniki Seaside ~ Greece

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Hello fellow Globetrotters!
If you have already seen the first part you know that in the Autumn of last year I visited the Greek city Thessaloniki.
One of the main features of the city is that it lays directly at the seaside.

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Thessaloniki is also known for its beautiful promenade, spanning for about 4.5 km from the old port to the Thessaloniki Concert Hall, crossing the path of the “White Tower”, which is the trade mark of the city.

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Along the seaside there are many bars and small Cafés to be found and recently the city got nominated by Lonely Planet for being the world’s fifth-best party city worldwide.
For those who might see this a non benefical aspect during my time there I didn’t notice it.
The city has a really vibrant and lively atmosphere.
I can only judge how it is off-season, as it didn’t seem like there were that many tourists apart from us.
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No matter what time of the day, if it is during the evening time, at least if the wheater is suitable, you will always find especially a lot of young adults along the old port.
Sometimes there even seem to be a few concerts going on and there are aswell a few restaurants and Cafés.

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One of the best things in my opinion are the “Water-Bars”, but there will be an extra blogpost about those.
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Hopefully you enjoyed this post and feel inspired to travel and rove about.
No matter where you are, you always have a chance to explore and find new exciting things. (Even or especially in your hometown.)
Is there anything that you would like to see next?
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See you soon at our next destination!

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