Furnished studio on the second floor of the building.
Kripis Studio Thessaloniki
- english, german, greek
Check-in: 1:30 pm
Check-out: 10:30 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date.
This part of the city is build with traditional type of buildings.
The neighborhood is very quiet, and you can find everything you need:
Mini Market, Restaurant, Taverns.
Bus stop in 10m (bus No23)
Five minutes’ walk to the center.
Near University of Thessaloniki (10 minutes walk)
Near Erasmus schools.
You can walk in the old Town , see the view of the town and visit small taverns.
Greece’s second city has style, with plenty of fashionable shops and salons and a 1-million-strong population fleshed out by a big university (80,000-plus students). Thessaloniki boasts great nightlife during those long months when more famous Greek destinations are deep in hibernation, from arty cafes to Latin bars; from discos pumping out house music to salacious bouzoukia (clubs featuring twangy, Eastern-flavoured Greek folk-pop). That’s plenty to keep you occupied after you’ve traversed the city’s sublime Byzantine churches, museums and scattered ruins. It’s not cheap, but no Greek city save Athens compares.
See more information in the link: http://thessaloniki4all.gr/
Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki : M. Andronikou 6
Museum of Byzantine Culture : Leoforos Stratou 2
Museum of Ataturk in Old town of Tessaloniki,Atatürk's House.
Museum of Contemporary Art Moni Lazariston & Warehouse :
Β1 – Port
Thessaloniki Cinema Museum : Port, Warehouse A
Science & Technology Museum Noesis : 6Th Km. Thessaloniki – Thermi Road
The White Tower
Kamara – Galerius Arch
Ano Poli – Old City & Castles,Tsinari, Byzantine walls,Alatza Imaret
Water FrontConcert Hall