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Description The Met Hotel is situated in the new harbour area of Thessaloniki and just 1. 8 km away from Aristotelous square, Thessaloniki's city centre (free shuttle service available). more

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Description The dearest of Thessalonikis hotels, both to the heart and the pocketbook, offers the citys foremost address for the discerning traveller and various views of its stunning surroundings.Ideally located... more

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Description This hotel is peacefully situated in the traditional area called Ladadika, only 100 metres from the harbour and near to the heart of the city's trade centre. more

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Shopping, castle-top cafe, amazing scenes at Mt Olympus

Cross the roads with care! (Wow! I'm glad I don't have to drive there!)

...Thessaloniki is a city that grew on me more and more as the days went by – surprisingly more than I expected. And I love mountains, so Mount Olympus was a right old treat for me! Thessaloniki Introduction I’ll admit that I wasn’t immediately bowled over with Thessaloniki – as we drove past, I saw plenty of run-down and shabby areas. Areas of the city that seemed u...

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Not for me

cheap, central

dirty, unpleasant

...Kastoria in northern Greece is a fantastic place to visit for a weekend; the small town hangs of the mountains over a picturesque lake. Alas its name-sake in Thessaloniki has nothing in common. It is a grotty hotel smack-bang in the centre of Thessalonica. I arrived in Thessaloniki at shortly midnight after a rather long journey; with just ?100 in my pocket (most of that destined to be eaten...

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“A Very Decent Th-Read”

published 11/06/2012

Written with emotions very much to the fore

Missed a couple of potentially interesting sub-plots

...authors, including Jo Nesbo whose books are seemingly everywhere at the moment. So when they pick an author for the second time, as with Victoria Hislop's "The Thread", it may be time to sit up and take notice. On a day in 1917, a child is born in Thessaloniki to wealthy parents. That same day, a fire started by accident burns down large parts of the city and forces the family to move to a poorer...

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