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Made In Thessaloniki Shopping Tour

Tour Highlights

  • Discover the varieties of Greek coffee and taste one at the flagship store of one of the oldest companies in Greece.
  • Learn how to play with worry beads at an artisan’s studio.
  • Buy unique local delicacies from a good old-fashioned grocery store.
  • Learn about the medical use of rare Greek herbs collected from Mount Olympus.
  • Taste the best tsoureki (a Greek sweet) at one of the first patisseries in the city, and take one home with you.
  • Stroll around the neighbourhood that’s home to Thessaloniki’s last remaining craft artisans.
  • Shop for unique clothes and perfumes, all made in Greece by local designers.
  • End your day sipping famous wines from the region while nibbling local delicacies.
Adults Ages 12+
Children 6-11 years old
Infants 0-5 years old

Thessaloniki Shopping Tour

When in Rome, you do as the Romans do… so when in Greece, shop like the Greeks! If you want to bring a piece of Thessaloniki home with you, then we have you covered with our Made In Thessaloniki tour.

We won’t show you where to buy magnets, coffee mugs or other kitsch items — instead, you will spend your morning shopping like a local. Be prepared to browse, smell, taste and shop the best the city has to offer!

Local Impact: How you will help the local community by joining this tour:

  • Visit the workshop of one of the last remaining kombolói artisans in Greece, and support local artists making traditional worry beads.
  • Support local farmers by buying and trying specialty Greek foods at a completely organic shop that sells food from small local producers.

Language: English

Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, Greek coffee, traditional local sweet, 2 glasses of local wine (red/white), a meze platter (local appetisers).

Exclusions: Additional food and drinks, souvenirs or personal shopping, tips/gratuities for your guide and driver.

Schedule details

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Meeting point: Kinissi Palace Hotel, outside the hotel’s café. 41 Egnatia Street and 17 Siggrou Street
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  • Starting time: 10.00 AM
  • Ending point: Tsimiski Street, which is the commercial hub of the city