Discover the ancient stories, culture, and flavours of Greece on a truly unique Thessaloniki tour. Thessaloniki is not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s also a beautiful, modern European city, bursting with life. Get to know its east meets west vibes with a local guide to experience the offbeat things to do in Thessaloniki, from markets to ruins, tasty cuisine, and beyond.
Fabulous! The perfect way to explore any destination.
A fantastic introduction to the city of Thessaloniki. My guide Natasha was passionate about her city and especially the different foods. She answered my many questions about the city and culture and enriched my visit tremendously. Thank you!
I regularly take city walking tours and Thessaloniki is probably the best. The tour guide, Natasha, was excellent - she focused on our interests, took time to explain and had the huge advantage of being a native of Thessaloniki. I cannot think of anything to improve the tour or Natasha's narrative. She was very keen for us to enjoy her city and left us with tips on restaurant streets, churches to visit and other things to do during the afternoon. First class. Every traveller needs a Natasha.
Nice walking tour. It made our trip to Thessaloniki a lot more interesting. I really enjoyed coffee at the flower market and people watching..
Tastes of Thessaloniki was one of the first things we did on our trip through Greece. It was the perfect start. We had our guide all to ourselves while we walked from bakery to market to ouzeri. He answered our questions about Thessaloniki and Greece and told us a bit about the town's past and present. He even made a detour to help us find a good road map for the long drive ahead of us. We sat down often and drank and ate a lot more than we had expected. Believe us: This tour easily covers breakfast and lunch. The pace is leisurely, we could take our time walking and eating and we enjoyed ourselves very much. Thank you, Thanasis!
Forget airconditioned malls and beige boutiques, join this Thessaloniki tour to shop like the ancients did. Coppersmiths, butchers, fishmongers, ...
What do you get when you combine Greek coffee, pastries and breads, sweets, meze, and ouzo? Apart from a minor bout of indigestion, you also get ...