Thessaloniki
An ideal destination to live and work

 

Climate:

A transitional climatic zone. Winters are relatively dry, with sporadic snowfalls. Summers are hot with rather humid nights. The average number of days the temperature is above 32°C (90°F) or below 0°C (32°F) is 32.

Position:

Central Macedonia, NorthernGreece, on the Mediterranean, in the South-East corner of Europe, next to Asia, Middle-East, Russia, less than 300 miles from seven major economies and research centers in Southeast Europe.

Culture:

Sports

  • World class sporting facilities, hosted soccer games during the 2004 Olympics 
  • Sea & Winter sport areas 
  • Top league European and International Events 

Food: 

Eastern Cuisine, famous for the local snacks Koulouri, Trigona and Bougatsa 

Leisure

The city has long been known in Greece for its vibrant city culture, including having the most cafes and bars per capita of any city in Europe; and as having some of the best nightlife and entertainment in the country, thanks to its large young population and multicultural feel. Lonely Planet listed Thessaloniki among the world’s “ultimate party cities”. Thessaloniki is renowned for its major shopping streets and lively laneways. 

Vacation: 

Well-known destination for summer vacation, with extraordinary sunny beaches (Chalkidiki) and mountain forests (Olympus).