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There is a slew of internet cafés at the entrance to the old city of Xanthi. I wasted a lot of time looking for internet cafés south of Plateia Kendriki, and was shocked when I found four within two minutes of each other all on the same street.
What to buy: Time at one of the computers. You can also get snacks and drinks. Don't forget to tell them exactly what you want to use (i.e. usb, games, music) so that you get a computer equipped for your purposes.
What to pay: About 2 euro an hour
Written Jul 2, 2007
Address: Odos Konstantinou
There are numerous mosques in Xanthi (these are functional mosques, something quite rare in Greece), but many of them are fairly modern. There is, however, a historic mosque from the 18th or 19th century with a small graveyard. I have no idea which street its on, although if you go to the entrance to the old town from the northwest corner of Plateia Kendriki you can see the minaret; follow Odos Konstandinou all the way up and you will eventually find your way to it. Be aware that you must take off your shoes to enter and that you may not always be able to go in, as there are prayers in the mosque.
Written Jul 1, 2007