Egnatia Palace

Address: Egnatias Street 61, Thessaloniki, Macedonia Region, 546 31, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Egnatias Street 61, Thessaloniki, is near The Rotunda (Ayios Yioryos), The Greek Agora and Roman Forum, Ataturk's Birthplace, and Ayios Nikolaos Orfanos.
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    Travel Blogs from Thessaloniki

    A day at sea then we visit the Thessalonians

    A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... over to the south and decided to take a closer inspection. After eventually finding it, we were disappointed to find it closed, but we still had a look around the outside of it. Then ... Along came George. An old Greek guy who obviously treasured the place. We thought he was going to tell us to move on, but instead insisted that he open the side door and show us inside. It was spectacular inside, with the only thing more ...

    Last Days of Thessaloniki

    A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Mar 08, 2015

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    A retinue of ambassadors were dispatched by Prince Vladimir of Russia in 987 to search for a religion that could (i) unite warring factions within its borders and (ii) provide intelligence for future military campaigns against the Eastern Roman Empire, a bastion of Orthodoxy. A report was transmitted back to the Prince that said: "…And we went into the Greek lands, and we were led into a place where they serve their God, and we did not know where ...

    Day 20 -- The Train Ride

    A travel blog entry by alexandermcbird on Feb 23, 2015

    1 comment

    ... for our new place of discovery. The train soon came and we all
    clambered on. Our packs were bulky and people gave us large eye rolls when we
    passed them. Our seats were found, and we settled in. Once again the cards that
    I brought for this trip came in handy in passing the time. Soon however, my
    sleep overtook me and I was out like a light. In and out of consciousness I
    went, sometimes in a seat that was different from the one I had fallen asleep
    in. ...

    MACEDONIA MAGIC

    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 01, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... It ended with the capture of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks. The museum was arranged according to these periods with displays of everyday life and the rise of Christianity. There was a very interesting display of funeral customs and the tombs that were used. They were highly decorated and many of the pagan customs persisted into the early period. As religion grew in importance there was a struggle between the emperor and the church about the use ...

    Detour

    A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks on Nov 20, 2013

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    ... charged an absolute fortune on unavoidable tolls. Completely shocked by the prices and the frequency, how is this country broke?
    By the time we arrived in town it was starting to get dark, so to make things easier we found a campsite.
    Met Les, an Aussie also traveling around in a van. Spent the night swapping travel stories over some well earned beers. Great ...