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We are guiding you on a walking tour along the waterfront area of the port of Thessaloniki in Greece!

 The port of Thessaloniki is an area some don’t even know you can visit but many prefer to use daily.

We are only walking to the free area and will talk all about what you can see and do here.

First, as you can see, it’s a great place to admire the city’s historic waterfront.

But that’s not all. There are more than one bar and restaurant with different price ranges in two designated areas.

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We are not covering in this tour the container and cargo terminal which expands to most of the port area in the west.

If you are interested in the cruise and ferry area, that’s behind where we are and features a different entrance, to the west.

There is also a small maritime museum here.


By the time you pass the only gate, you walk through this cobblestone area with distinct warehouses.

Each building to the left and the right houses a different museum.

These include:

- Thessaloniki Cinema Museum & Cinematheque with exhibits on Greek cinematography.

- Thessaloniki Museum of Photography with frequent rotating exhibits.

- The Experimental Centre for the Arts.

For visiting hours to the above, along with ticket prices,

check the relevant links




We have more walking tours in Thessaloniki and even aerial videos with practical info about what to visit in the city. For your convenience, we have created a relevant playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxRHhKvfPjpUWtFV8IjoofOrC-KHD_0zG

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As we continue our stroll, we encounter a fascinating sight that pays homage to Greece's maritime history - the historic moored warship Velos. This decommissioned naval vessel, now transformed into a museum, stands as a proud testament to Thessaloniki's rich maritime heritage. It offers visitors a unique opportunity to step aboard and explore the fascinating world of naval warfare. When this video was recorded, you could not visit the ship, due to the damages it suffered on the previous moored area at the new waterfront.

The old big crane with the Greek flag is a much photographed Instagram area. This is the place you can board the waterbus in the warmer months, usually from May until October, weather permitting. Since the routes might change, have a look at the official page https://www.karavakia.gr/en/

We created this walking tour having you the viewer in mind.

As we walk in the area in real time, we would like to think that this helps you see and understand how close or far away each point of interest is and this helps plan- your trip better.

As we turn back left, we can see one of the bar restaurants in the area. There is another smaller bar just outside the maritime museum. The museum was not open though when this video was uploaded. 


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