For Sale 250,000€ - Villas & Apartments
Maisonette 4 Bedrooms, 153 sq.m, Exochi Thessaloniki
In a complex of maisonettes, at Exochi Thessaloniki, for sale maisonette 153 sq.m, with 4 Bedrooms, garden 100 sq.m, parking and individual heater
- Aluminum Frames with Thermal
- Electric Blinds
- Aluminum Railings – Hand Internal Doors
- Satellite – Internet Network
- Lined with stone and concrete visible
Thessaloniki (520 km. north of Athens) is the second largest city of Greece and the most important center of the area. Built near the sea (at the back of the Thermaïkos Gulf), it is a modern metropolis bearing the marks of its stormy history and its cosmopolitan character, which give it a special beauty and charm.
Take a tour in the centre of Thessaloniki and plan to visit its nearby destinations. Also, while being in Thessaloniki it is worth going up to Halkidiki.
Thessaloniki is called the second capital by the Greeks, since it is not only the second largest city of Greece after Athens, but also the capital of Northern Greece and Macedonia. It is beautifully situated by the sea, and there are also many interesting places in the city and its surrounding areas that you can visit. Thessaloniki is home also of some of the most famous sport unions and football clubs like PAOK, Aris and Heracles. Thessaloniki has 2 national range TV stations, the Greek state television channel 3 and Macedonia. The university of Thessaloniki is the second largest of Greece therefore the city is has a large number of students from all over Greece. Every year during the International Thessaloniki Expo is held the festival of Greek music and the film festival of Thessaloniki. The city has many industries that most of them located at the area of Sindos.
Thessaloniki is a great place to spend some time in all year around, and even though it is a very big city, it is not as polluted as Athens. The fresh sea breeze is almost always there, and taking a walk in its harbour you get a nice view of the town and the sea.
History Thessaloniki was the sister of Alexander the Great. She was marriedto a man named Kassandros, and it was also he who founded the city in 315BC. Before that, there was a much older settlement here called Therme.