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THESSALONIKI, GREECE


Must see tourist attractions


• The White Tower (15min walk) • Archeological Museum (20min walk) • Petralona cave (40min by bus) • Pella archaeological site (50min by bus) • Mount Olympus (90min by bus)


Thessaloniki metropolitan area is a modern European and multicultural city at the centre of Northern Greece and the main south gateway to Balkan and Eastern Europe. Thessaloniki, with a history of more than 2.500 years, has been a crossroad for different nationalities and faiths, the traces of which are still to be seen in the city’s many monuments – the distinctive features of its historic centre as well as in the stories and traditions of its people. The city has a very pleasant atmosphere, a blend of western civilization and eastern influences and is close to natural beauty spots and endless emerald- green shores less than an hour away. The White Tower is widely regarded as the symbol of Thessaloniki and has been standing for six centuries on the city’s waterfront. Thessaloniki’s well known for its culture and can offer to the visitors a fascinating journey into art and civilization through its museums, galleries and unique monuments. In addition, Thessaloniki is renowned for its lively


nightlife and is considered to be the gastronomic capital of Greece, with famous restaurants and many local specialties. Moreover, Thessaloniki as regional destination is close to unique historical areas. Vergina, the capital of the ancient Macedonian Kingdom is an UNESCO World Heritage site. The archaeological site includes the tomb of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great. The archaeological site of Dion at Mount Olympus, the homeland of the twelve gods of ancient Greeks, and the nearby Archaeological museum are also worth visiting. Athos Peninsula with twenty monasteries and a monastic population is a unique site.


The natural beauties and crystal clear waters of the beaches of Chalkidiki and Pieria are incomparable tourist destinations. Today more than ever, Thessaloniki is in position to offer its cruise visitors unique and unforgettable experiences.


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 370mtr Width: no limit Draught: max 8mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes, 50 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: no


Quays Total number of quays: 3 Total length of quays: 630mtr Quay depth: max 8.7mtr, min 8mtr Passenger terminals: yes


Distances/Transportation City centre: port is in the centre of the city, 10mins walk Airport: International Airport of Thessaloniki - 16km


Mailing Address Thessaloniki Port Authority S.A. Administration Building Pier No 1, Port of Thessaloniki PO Box: 10467, PC GR54012 P +30 2310 593 120 F +30 2310 510 500 E info@thpa.gr Wwww.thpa.gr


Other Contact Iakovos Kailis Deputy PFSO


P +30 2310 590 591 F +30 2310 593 590 M +30 697 2311 764 E pfso#@thpa.gr


Train station: International Train Station - 1.5km


Shuttle service to city: from International Airport - every 20min


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 2,424 Total cruise calls 2017: 4 Turnaround port? no


Main Contact Stella Fassa Head of Strategic Planning, Marketing & Sales Department P +30 2310 593 323 F +30 2310 530 729 M +30 697 8896 414 E sfassa@thpa.gr


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