Discovering Greece from Thessaloniki

Connections within Greece are not less excellent. So you can go to hardly 500 kilometres away Athens by train; the journey lasts about seven hours and the less than twenty euros for the ticket can be well afforded.

Traditionally Thessaloniki is also departure point for trips to Chalkidiki peninsula, where a visit to monk’s republic Athos can be made – although only by men. Women can at least visit the informative museum in Olynthos.

You can also discover the incountable Aegean islands from Thessaloniki, going by ferry or catamaran. This, however, is only possible during summer. In winter you will have to go from other ports.

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