Thessaloniki is one of the few cities in the world where one can come in contact with the monuments of many different cultures (ancient Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and Jewish) and to determine the ability of the city harmoniously combines the old with the modern and the classic with the modern. In 1988, fifteen monuments of Thessaloniki were listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites .Here you will have the opportunity to visit the home of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey He was born in Thessaloniki. The house dates from 1870. It is a museum today. You can visit many interesting monuments from the Ottoman period as Alaca Imaret, the Bezestheni old Hammam, next to Modiano market and many more. The Hamza Bey mosque another very interesting and impresive monument , built in 1467-8, as a district muslim house of prayer is under reconstraction this period. In Modiano market with a tour we can introduce you to our local products and spices, and the Greek gastronomy. Anyone who wishes can participate in workshops to learn to cook a la Greek.
We left for the end two monuments; an old and a new.
· The emblem of Thesssloniki The White Tower of Thessaloniki, in Nikis Street, the waterfront boulevard. It dates from the period of the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent (1520- 1566). It has changed many names and uses since its construction. It was used as a fort, a garrison and a prison. And nowadays is a museum.
· The “Umbrellas”. This impressive work of art by the famous sculptor Giorgios Zoggolopoulos, erected in a casual platform by the sea, catches the attention of every visitor particularly during their illumination with an extraordinary way at night.
Guided tours to wineries in and around Thessaloniki can be organized upon request
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