Thessaloniki Small Group Food Tour
Price On Request
Explore the city of Thessaloniki as you wander through its commercial areas and a number of restaurants and cafes. Get to know more of the city as you taste Thessaloniki's local delicacies. Taste different local delicacies such as Koulouri and Bougasta. These delicacies are served since the Byzantine era. You may also visit the open-air markets, confectioneries and ouzeris to try more Grecian delicacies.
- Any cancellations made after 09:30 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
- English-speaking guide
Min/Max Quantity To Book
- Max Qty: 12 (Maximum tickets can be booked)
- 3 (hrs)
- Children 6 years old and above can participate in this activity.
- Gratuity is not included in the price.
Dressing & Items to Bring
- Please note that the tour may pass by or through churches, where modest dress is required; no shorts or skimpy tops are permitted.
|Thessaloniki Small Group Food Tour|
Check in at Kinissi Palace Hotel, at the Hotel's Cafe
Start of Tour at Aristotelous Square
Meet your guide and kick-start your day with a sip of authentic Greek coffee as you learn more about this delicious brew from your local guide.
Try Koulouri and Bougatsa
Sample delicious food such as koulouri and bougatsa, small round pieces of bread with sesame and various fillings like cream, spinach, cheese, mince and more. These delectable baked goods have a history that dates back to the Byzantine era.
Modiano and Kapani
Continue to the two best known open-air markets in the city, where you will continue to taste different Greek delicacies. Be fascinated as you pass by paved alleys filled with fresh vegetables, fruits, fish, meat, spices and so much more! These markets have an atmosphere that you will surely enjoy.
Head to the vibrant Athonos Square which is filled with Ouzerias and other small taverns that create a picture-perfect scene. Visit one of the best Ouzerias in the city and taste meze along with ouzo or tsipouro for drinks.
Have a Taste of Siropiasta
Drop by one of the oldest confectioneries in the city to taste the famous Greek dessert Siropiasta. These pastries were made based on original recipes brought by Greek refugees from Istanbul and Asia Minor in the 1920s.
Tour Ends at Tsimiski Street