Zaliki Hotel Thessaloniki

6 Gr. Zaliki St., Thessaloniki, Macedonia Region, 54631, Greece
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Forum Posts

Ataturk's house

by yavili

Hi. I'll be going to Thessaloniki and I would like to visit Ataturk's house. Obviously I can't find it in touristic city maps. Can anyone give me an idea about to which touristic landmark it is close to? Thanks.

Re: Ataturk's house

by Tuna_ank

It is very nice to see his home. Last year I asked to tourist office, they showed the direction on the map. It is also Turkish consolute. So, adres must be this:
SELANIK BASKONSOLOSLUGU
ODOS AGHIOU DIMITRIOU 151
54634 THESSALONIKI
TEL: (30-31) 248452
Have a nice trip.

Re: Ataturk's house

by mccalpin

It seems that the consulate is not the actual building of his birthplace, but you get to it through the consulate - see the discussion at http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-195382-1-1-Travel-0-416948-Thessaloniki-discussion.html

Bill

Re: Ataturk's house

by Tuna_ank

Of course they are not using Ataturk's house as a consulate, they just share to garden. And consulate workers are opening the door, check IDs.
I would like to drink Turkish coffee at that cafe.

Re: Ataturk's house

by Kars

Hii' if not late yet : just use googleearth and search it with it~s name Ataturk*s house... its a walk distance from Egnatia Street; around Kamara and Rotunda' to north side...

Re: Ataturk's house

by yavili

thanks for your help. i was already there last weekend. and i found the place by coincidence so i didnt have to look at all:)

Re: Ataturk's house

by Kars

:) well im late but at least you succeded... take care... wishing u bol bol seyahat :))

Re: Ataturk's house

by mccalpin

"coincidence" - the best friend of all travelers! ;-)

Bill

Travel Tips for Thessaloniki

Inside the tower...

by AndyRG

There are three floors inside the White Tower, their shape is circular. You can see in a few minutes some such byzantine icons. Thessaloniki is the richest city of Greece in byzantine temples, Agios Dimitrios is the most famous one.
It is the place where this patron saint of the city -a 20 years old officer of the roman army- lived, martyred and died, in 305. The church was first built in 313.

those going there in winter time

by SzaraManisha

Dont think that in the wintertime greece is a warm country. Of course it is much better than some countries in the north,m and it happens that the sun shines and temperature is about 20 , but usually winters are windy and rainy. Dont forget then umbrella and a warm jacket and warm shoes, even scarf and gloves may be reasonable

La tenta

by traveloturc about Airport area

Once upon a time I ve been in this music hall/night club I dont know if it exist now but this was an unforgettable night because I was lucky to attend a concert of Lefteris Pantazis
(incredibly beautiful vocal)
I was really delighted of his talent specially when I heard from his voice that he was from Samsun ( a city in turkey on the black sea coast) when we took a picture with him. smart casual

Intercity buses are a common...

by Yiannis2000

Intercity buses are a common way of travelling around Greece, the standard is medium and little english is spoken, but a new terminal has just brought all such regional services together. The KTEL station, as we call it, is a bit out of town, direction towards Athens, easiest way to get there is by taxi, should cost 3-5 euro from town.
Three city lines service the bus station, bus no 31drives via Egnatia street, no 78 goes all the way to the airport and crosses the center via Mitropoleos str. near the sea...

Hatzis is one of the oldest...

by hamouras

Hatzis is one of the oldest bakeries in Thessaloniki.
Hatzis bakery specialises in traditional Greek and Turkish honey and cream based sweets, like Mpaklava, Kazan Dipi, Trigona, etc. At the new bakery you can also sit at the garden and have a coffe and your favorite sweet, while enjoying the sunset. Kazan Dibi is one of my favorite items, although I think that any of the sweets they make are delicious.

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