Thessaloniki

white tower of thessaloniki aerial view (2)

As the second largest city in Greece with a population close to a million, Thessaloniki is a city of charms and complexities born out of 2.300 years of storied history. Located on the Balkan Peninsula and part of the ancient Egnatia road that linked Rome and Constantinople, Thessaloniki was at a crossroads of cultures and civilization. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its numerous Paleochristian and Byzantine Monuments and influence on gastronomy. The city continues to impress vwith a vibrant, creative cultural scene, all set on a picturesque bay overlooking Mount Olympos. For more information see: https://www.thessalonikitourism.gr/index.php/en/.

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October 28, 2024

Thessaloniki – Tastes and Cultures: Working Towards Inclusive Education While Exploring the City’s History (Start Dates 2024: Oct 28)

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Thessaloniki

As the second largest city in Greece with a population close to a million, Thessaloniki is a city of charms and complexities born out of 2.300 years of storied history. Located on the Balkan Peninsula and part of the ancient Egnatia road that linked Rome and Constantinople, Thessaloniki was at a crossroads of cultures and civilization. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its numerous Paleochristian and Byzantine Monuments and influence on gastronomy. The city continues to impress vwith a vibrant, creative cultural scene, all set on a picturesque bay overlooking Mount Olympos. For more information see: https://www.thessalonikitourism.gr/index.php/en/.