Discover Thessaloniki through the eyes of a local! During a 2-hour walk you will have the opportunity to see the city with a local guide. The magic of Thessaloniki unfolds before your eyes though a narration that combines myths and legends with historical facts. Your guide will be an invaluable source of information offered in a very entertaining way. At the end of the walk, your guide will share with you valuable tips and information that will make your stay in the Thessaloniki cheaper, more inclusive and, overall, more enjoyable.

This activity includes:

Main monuments - Roman and Jewish quarters

    FREETOUR.com Traveler Reviews

  • “Fun walk through the city”
      Reviewed on May 25, 2018

    Had a great time in Thessaloniki on this free walking tour. Our guide was fun and informative. We asked a lot of questions but he always had an answer.

  • “knowledgeable guide + comprehensive coverage + warm personality”
      Reviewed on May 20, 2018

    I really enjoyed my walking tour at Thessaloniki, and it was one my best experience. The guide himself is very knowledgeable, and the local historian provides really in depth analysis. It was well organized,.everybody had a rewarding time. Base upon their recommendation, I had dinner... read more

  • “Amazing”
      Reviewed on May 16, 2018

    Amazing storytelling, amazing knowledge about the city's history, amazing tips about hidden gems... We started our visit to Thessaloniki with the tour, and we could not have wished for a better introduction.

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Meeting point

Red Building (Agias Sofias square)

On arrival

IMPORTANT NOTE: DIFERRENT MEETING SPOT FOR THE EVENING WALK!!!!!!! The morning walk starts at 10:00. The meeting point is the Red building towards the church of the Agia Sofia. Eveining tour starts at 17:00 and the meeting point is the Rotunda monument (south entrance - the one facing the Kamara. There are 3 bences there. Our guide will be waiting in front of one of them).
Find our volunteer holding a 'FREE TOUR' umbrella!


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