Philipion Hotel

Address: Odos Antheon, Thessaloniki, Macedonia Region, 56610, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Odos Antheon, Thessaloniki, is near The Rotunda (Ayios Yioryos), The Greek Agora and Roman Forum, Ataturk's Birthplace, and Ayios Nikolaos Orfanos.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki's Jews: Diversity, Heresy, and Now

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 30, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

... second choice.

I arrived on Friday afternoon and quickly headed to the lone remaining regularly active synagogue in Thessaloniki, Yad Lazikaron. It is housed in the Jewish community building, which includes offices and a large community space including a kosher kitchen and dining rooms for meals, plus a children’s area. Thessaloniki’s synagogue is located right in the Modiano market area, between the old port and the market itself, no doubt ...

Back to Thessaloniki

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Dec 04, 2014

9 photos

... are people everywhere. The warm weather brings everybody out.

5th, 6th, 7th

Nothing exciting for the last few days, just lived like a local

8th

Its Sunday here in Thessaloniki and pretty much everything is shut. So i head don to the boardwalk, which is about 7ks long. Its is a nice day for a walk. There are lots ...

From the Sublime to the Ridiculous

A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 22, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... mislaid our way from the Metro station to the Railway Station, which isn't at all obvious.

We made it in front of the Departures board at 15.15, just in time for the platform to be announced and about twenty people scrambled down the stairs to Platform three, and we followed along. We had made a compulsory seat reservation, which included a coach number, but there was no indication on any of the graffiti-painted coaches which number they were. ...

ONWARD TO GREECE

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 11, 2014

5 photos

... for his Christian views in 304 AD, the Edict of Milan [establishing Christianity as the religion of the Roman Empire, per Constantine the Great] but nine years later. A service had started and Vena kept talking which was disrespectful. The timing to the church was just a bit off thanks to the extended java break. When Christians first built churches, women were on a second floor, duplicated in this church. Traditionally still, women sit on the left of the ...

Going Down Under

A travel blog entry by gritttle on Jan 19, 2014

5 photos

... II's entrance looked similar to Alexander IV. However Alexander IV was not as ornate. Alexander was the son of Alexander the Great and was assassinated by his uncle at the age of 15. Therefore, his grave was more modest than Phillip's. The walk through of the museum was cool because it was all underground. This was my first underground museum. After the wonderful tombs we had a long bus ride ahead of us and the next stop was ...