The Queen’s Closet by G goes to Thessaloniki

Hello Fashionistas!!! 🙂

Long time no see but believe me these days were so busy and I couldn’t complete any post to share with you. However, I am now back ready to share with you my latest trip to Thessaloniki. I flew there a week ago with friends, where we spent 3 days celebrating a hens party for a wedding that is very very near. I’ve been to Thessaloniki 9 years ago and to be honest, I didn’t enjoy it much. This time though, I just loved it; I mean Thessaloniki is so beautiful with so many things to do and see and I highly recommend you visit when you can.

Day 1

We arrived late at night so we didn’t do much, we just walked around to familiarise with the city centre as we stayed at City Hotel, which is in the centre for those who are planning to visit Thessaloniki soon, then check it out.

Day 2

Day 2 was all about wandering around the shops at Aristotelous and Tsimiski, do some shopping and meet the greek market, which I have to admit; I was impressed. There are so many shops – it’s impossible to visit them all in just one day. We also did some sightseeing, enjoyed a coffee at Apallou and walked along Lefkos Pyrgos. We then walked the opposite direction and enjoyed a perfect lunch at the Kitchen Bar. At night we went clubbing at Markiz, one of the most known clubs in Thessaloniki and I have to say that it was awesome!

Day 3

Day 3 was mostly devoted to sightseeing; we walked along the port and headed towards the Umbrellas; something you must visit when you are in Thessaloniki. I love them! Day 2 was a more relaxing day, enjoying our coffee and then just hanging around, eating lunch on foot at Today’s and just a bit of last minute shopping. At night we dined at PATRON restaurant; a gourmet restaurant with great taste. Our night continued at Stage Live, where we enjoyed some greek music by Giorgos Mazonakis and Malou.

Day 4

Our fourth and final day was a late morning day as we all woke up after 11 and left the hotel at 1 p.m. We took the cab and headed to Kastra, a spot in Thessaloniki where you can see the whole city from above and it is magical. We enjoyed a coffee there and then went back to the centre, where we had lunch at Elia & Lemoni; one of the most well-known traditional restaurants in Thessaloniki. We then had to have an ice-cream and dessert at Cafe Ble; I just fell in love with this place!!! I actually felt as if I was in Italy, enjoying a delicious gelato. Our fourth day ended with our flight back home where our trip also came to an end.

Have you ever been to Thessaloniki? Which are your favourite spots? Comment below and give me your top picks!

P.S Girls I had an amazing time with you 🙂

Next trip is loading………… (really soon)

Peace & Love,




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