Arrival to Thessaloniki Airport and transfer to your hotel.

This city is so unique, filled with architectural and artistic attractions, renowned festivals and events –and nightlife, like nowhere else! 

Enjoy your evening at Ladadika a place which is appreciated by sophisticated Greeks and discerning foreigners. A great place to start trip! 


Have a good breakfast and let’s start our tour to Pella, the birthplace of Alexander the Great . Stroll around the 2.500 sq. mt. of symposium parlors and explore rooms with incredibly well-preserved mosaic floors of the 4th century B.C built by small natural pebbles, matched and laid in portrayed scenes such as the lion hunt of god Dionysos riding a panther. Next point of interest is the so called “City of Water”, the magnificent Edessa. Take some time for yourself and admire the breathtaking waterfall “Karano” ,the frothy rivers with over 47 bridges and the cute little parks . All combined creates a fairytale scenery of an outdoor water museum, admire the largest waterfall of the Balkans.

There , you will have some free time to enjoy a local lunch.

In the evening, get prepared for a night out in Thessaloniki. The most famous spots for nightlife is the Beach Promenade and Ladadika, a picturesque quarter close to the port. There, you will find the liveliest clubs and bars of Thessaloniki nightlife and many lounge cafeterias to enjoy a wonderful night out. In summer, there are also bar-boats that depart from the port of Thessaloniki and make the tour of the gulf with a view to the night lights of the town, adding something special to the famous Thessaloniki nightlife.

As Thessaloniki is famous for the delicious local dishes, do not miss dinner in the many taverns and restaurants of the town. Ladadika and Ano Poli have lovely taverns with live Greek music.


After a good sleep and a great breakfast, check out and transfer to Halkidiki area (around 1 ½ hours). The stunning three-legged peninsula that sits just below Thessaloniki is a land of long coasts lined with fragrant pine trees, picturesque seaside villages and endless golden sand beaches lapped by the emerald waters of the Aegean. Each of the peninsula’s three “fingers” has developed its own unique identity and as such, Halkidiki caters to a range of different tastes. Kassandra is famous for its cosmopolitan vibe and high-end resorts, Sithonia for its discrete authentic appeal, and Mount Athos is one of Greece’s most important monastic communities.