its always nice to take a stroll at Aristotelous square and enjoy a drink or a bite at the numerous cafes It used to be even nicer some years ago but definately keeps its charm and always will
It is supposed to be the largest square in the Balkans, Extending from the cathedral of Agios Demetrios to the seafront. Its shape at its seafront end resembles that of a bottle of a famous vodka brand. The architectural style is unique and ads to its charm. There are many restaurants, cafes etc. for all kinds of patrons. A drink... 更多
Nice square open to the sea. One of the things you don't have to miss while you are in Thessaloniki is seeing the statue of Aristotel on this square.
Walk in any direction and you'll find shops, merchants, restaurants and ancient ruins. If you're unsure where to go in Thessaloniki, start here.
Aristotelous square gives you an idea of how the city centre would be if the authorities had followed Ernest Hebrard's redevelopment plan after the 1917 fire. The opportunity was missed and now we're left with this area as a reminder of what might have been. No surprise that it's totally different to the rest of Thessaloniki. It's not perfect, but... 更多
This is a real nice square to meet people and to have a great cappuccino at one of the many terraces or to eat a nice meal in the open air.