The best picture for anyone who comes for the first time in Corfu is from the ship which, as if deliberately, comes in a slow pace to give you the opportunity to take a good look of the great medie
Old, beloved and unforgettable, the old waterfront is the warmest and most tender aspect of the North for the rest of Greece. It is the form that lends its expression to the entire city: when Vardaris blows, waves grow, the sea keeps its distances from people, gets isolated, overlooks Mount Olympus and speaks with the gods. On sunny days, it yearns for companionship, it wants people being on its street, people lowly whispering the melodic tunes quoting its name.
For many, this old waterfront is the entire Thessaloniki.
It is the citadel of the North, it is the walk with the open horizon, a journey from past to present and a starting point for new dreams.
It is the first and last impression left in the memory of every visitor, a favourite postcard hiding moments of history. The White Tower stands proudly at one end to seal the identity of the site.
The old waterfront is the beloved route for walkers, cyclists, visitors and travellers.
It is the edge of the sea which fills with its aura the streets and hearts of people. Guests take something from it upon their leaving.
50 years may have passed since the glory days of the summer cinemas "Ellenis", "Rex", "Zephyros", "Rio" and "Ilissia", but with its modern shows and festivals Aristotelous Square is still
The «Olympion» building, home of the annual Thessaloniki International Film Festival.
For the history, the avenue has got its name from the great famous Byzantine emperor Ioannis Tsimiskis who – as the historical gossip of the era has it - gained the throne after conspiring with his lover and wife of the former emperor Ni
A European shopping mall in the heart of the city: countless shops, countless happenings, shop-windows that animate contemporary daily stories, architecture in the pace of today, people on the move.
The Thessaloniki Chamber of Commerce and Industry building in Tsimiski Street, between Komninon and Aristotelous, was designed and built by the Dimitriadis brothers in 1929.