1) The white tower
The ‘White Tower’ the absolute symbol of Thessaloniki – An exhibition of the history and art of Byzantine Thessaloniki covering the period between 300 and 1430 AD. There is a small cafe with a great view at the top.
2) Roman monuments
The Roman Monuments dating back to the early 4th century, like the arch of Galerius and the roman market.
3) The Museum of Byzantine Culture
Much of the country’s finest Byzantine art-priceless icons, frescoes, sculpted reliefs, jewelry, glasswork, manuscripts, pottery, and coins.
4) The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki
The most widely visited museum in Thessaloniki, near the White Tower and fairgrounds. Displaying sculpture of the archaic, classical and Roman periods. It also possesses seasonal exhibitions with varying thematic content.
5) The picturesque district ‘Ladadika’ and the port of the city.
Ladadika is one of the hot spots of Thessaloniki when it comes to entertainment. It is located in a central area right opposite to the port’s central gate and within a five-minute walk from Aristotle’s square. The colorful buildings are two-story with wide, rectangular windows and, along with the paved alleys, they exhale the spirit of old Thessaloniki.
The district is accessible easily, and the inner area is accessible only by pedestrians. It is one of the best spots to visit for your night excursions.