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Read about this place and it's history when you go. From a castle to a prison to a museum now. Its stairs will take through the seven towers and show you different great views and some art exhibitions too.
The castle ruins are situated in the old town of the city, with narrow streets leading up to it. The view is breathtaking, with the city and the sea. Well worth a visit, and while you are here the Castro has a fantastic roof terrace...More
We walked to the castle from Ladadika and the journey took about an hour. The latter stages are quite steep so not for the faint hearted.
The castle tour is free and a helpful guide explained the castle to us and opened access to ramparts...More
We arrived by car( free parking) but you can reach by taxi. Nice antiques site. Without much explanation. You should read about the place maybe before you arrive. Construction is interesting so many items as if not connected to the components of the walls. I...More
The castle is something that not so many tourist visit.Most people stop at the viewpoint just 10 minutes before and they miss this.I totally recommend it-plus it is free to enter.
I must add that it is kind of spooky in the entrance cause it...More
Part of the medieval castle of Thessaloniki, Eptapyrgio (seven towers) ruins stand at the top of Thessaloniki, the capital of Macedonia. Part of the castle used to be Yedi Kule prison. Now, a sightseeing and a good place to visit. Try the cafeterias and the...More
Looking from the tower over Thessaloniki and beyond provides a unique view on the different parts of the city, on the gulf and on the mountains on the other side.
So much history and activities packed in such a small city, divided into 2-3 unique...More