At the west end of the market area is the Bezesteni. It was first founded during the Byzantine Empire. In the 16th century it was ranked as the finest bazaar in the whole of the Balkans. To the south of this, between Ermou and Tsimiski, is a bath-house, the Yaudi Hamam.
Now it is a lovely exposition space.
Visit Modiano Market
Modiano is a large (almost) open market in the center of Thessaloniki. You can find nearly everything there. Food, clothes, souvenirs, small presents for your friends back home,... Just go into the small streets in the area, mix with the crowd and browse the shops.
You'll find out that the area is also very interesting for it's architecture. Some of the buildings are from the 1900's.
This street is situated somehow between two large and laud streets ... but when you enter here , everything gets quiet ...there are little shops and restaurants ...
What I love about Greek cities are those markets. Here you can buy whatever you wish to have for dinner...