Thessaloniki City Guide - Hotel Thessaloniki Zaliki
Thessaloniki or Salonica is a majestic and captivating city. It is the second-largest city of Greece and the principal, largest city, and capital of the province of Macedonia, the nation's largest region.
Unique is the word that describes Thessaloniki’s character perfectly. It has a beauty due to its distinctive and important history, a mosaic of peoples, cultures, architecture and life style. The city of Thessaloniki has a different feel: a more relaxed, more diverse and mysterious yet lively atmosphere.
You could stay in in Zaliki Boutique hotel and due to its central location you could easily reach Thessaloniki's main spots. You could find out how easy it is to get to Zaliki Hotel next to Aristotelous square. We will provide you with all the essential info about your stay in the city which you could always access in your room using our free Wi-Fi.
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The multi-cultural background of Thessaloniki, where 3 religions met, Greeks, Jews and Ottoman Turks and lived in harmony for many centuries has transformed the city to a magical place.
The city is full of life and movement. Large avenues, parks and squares provide nice green spaces, and trees line the commercial streets. Neoclassical buildings that stand side by side with modern constructions and provide a very beautiful architectural perception of the city.
The people of Thessaloniki are known around the world and Greece for their friendliness, hospitality and relaxed approach in their daily routine. The city’s major characteristic is it delicious cuisine. No one can resist to the tasteful sweets, the delicious pies and no one can ignore the numerous taverns that offer special Greek dishes.
Last but not least, Thessaloniki is Greece's is a major economic, industrial, commercial and political centre. It has been a major transportation hub for the rest of southeastern Europe for a long time; its commercial port is also of great importance for Greece and its southeast European hinterland.