n the center of the Wine Roads of North Greece in Thessaloniki are the classical, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and Balkan cities. Its glorious, timeless presence is testified by its temples, the market, the palaces, the hippodrome, the basilicas, the castles, the baths, the mosques, its art deco buildings.
On the wine route of Thessaloniki, the visitor will pass through Kalochori and the Axios Delta with the remarkable wetland in the direction, either north of Lagada and the mountainous Ossa, or east of Askos and the lakes Koronia and Volvi to the Strymonikos gulf. Closer to Thessaloniki, the route leads to the seaside centers of Perea, Agia Triada, and Nea Michaniona to reach Epanomi, at the cape, at the edge of Thermaikos.
Visitors from outside the urban planning complex of Thessaloniki can enjoy a wide variety of important sightseeing places in Thessaloniki:
- The White Tower
- Archaeological Museum
- Byzantine Museum
- Folklore Ethnological Museum
- Museum of the Macedonian Fight
- The City Walls (Triangular, Eptapirgio, Acropolis)
- Ancient Market
- Galerios’ Arch (Arcade)
- Byzantine temples in Thessaloniki (St.Dimitrios,St Sophia, )