Captivating Christmas Journey in Thessaloniki
Experience the vibrant atmosphere and discover the authentic nature of Thessaloniki during the Christmas period. Start the one-of-a-kind journey from the iconic Roman Forum of Thessaloniki and witness unique scenery. Enjoy Thessaloniki’s symbolic Church of St. Dimitrios and discover how diverse the town’s history is. Fuel your soul, body, and mind by exploring the fascinating corners of Thessaloniki’s Christmas Market where unique ambiance and surprises unfold at each turn. Gaze upon tremendous neoclassical buildings, wander narrow valleys, and explore Aristotelous Square as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site Hagia Sophia Church.
- Professional local tour guide
- Roman Forum of Thessaloniki
Route & Duration
Roman Forum of Thessaloniki
There is an underground museum within the Forum! This Roman Forum was set around a rectangular stone-paved square having a length of 146m and a width of 97m.
Church of St. Dimitrios
Agios Dimitrios is considered the most important church of Thessaloniki. To honor their patron saint, Saint Demetrius, the citizens of Thessaloniki built this massive church in the land where he was murdered.
Christmas Market - Thessaloniki
Festive concerts, food and drinks, craftworks, local products, a carousel, an amusement train, and the houses of elves and Santa Claus are some of the things that you will find in this amazing Christmas Market.
In this long street in Thessaloniki you will find neoclassical buildings, with a green park in the middle and so many cafeterias around.
Cathedral of Hagia Sophia
Hagia Sophia Church is recognized as a world heritage site by UNESCO. It has lived thorugh empires and disasters and it is a landmark of Thessaloniki.
The Romann Forum is closed on Tuesdays.
The main entrance of the Roman Forum of Thessaloniki - Olympou 75, Thessaloniki 546 31, Greece. See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.