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A heady mix of ancient history and contemporary cool, Athens is the largest and capital city of Greece. Touted to be one of the most romantic cities in the world, it connects to numerous other metropolitan cities, including Thessaloniki. It is the second largest city in Greece and is considered a modern metropolis. From discovering neighbourhoods and focal points in the city to exploring Thessaloniki's archaeological sites, there is something for everyone. The trip to Thessaloniki from Athens is delightful in its own way. The romantic roads decorated with exquisite sights make a car ride to Thessaloniki memorable. The experience of travelling via car is enhanced with the comfort provided by a private cab. If you choose to book a private car transfer from Athens to Thessaloniki, look no further than Rydeu.
Rydeu strives to make every journey safe and enjoyable. A diverse fleet of options varying to your budget, Rydeu offers safety and comfort for long distance transfers from Athens to Thessaloniki. Rydeu provides a one-step solution to all your problems with its easy and hassle-free experience. Enjoy a stress-free journey between Athens and Thessaloniki with Rydeu’s reliable transfer service.
Distance between Athens and Thessaloniki – 312 miles
Journey time – 5 hr 9 min
Touted to be one of the most romantic cities in the world, Athens has a recorded history spanning over 3,400 years. The birthplace of the city’s historic intellectual and artistic ideas, Athens has now become an attractive modern metropolis with unrivalled charm. Having a large financial sector, the area is one of the biggest economic centers in Europe and is sometimes called a Beta global city. A historic town with a modern touch with a large number of tourists squandering around the streets, Athens has equal measures of grunge and grace.Creative surges can be seen in the numerous graffiti spread over the city, as Athens has become one of Europe's most noted spots for street art. From impromptu dance shows to impeccable live music at charming restaurants, everyone gets rewarded here.
Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece and is considered a modern metropolis. Located on the Thermaic Gulf, it is the capital of the geographic region of Macedonia. Originally called Thessaloníkē after the princess Thessalonike of Macedon, the half-sister of Alexander the Great, the area is now one of the most important trade and business hubs in Southeastern Europe.From discovering neighborhoods and focal points in the city to exploring Thessaloniki's archaeological sites, there is something for everyone. Considered to be a history lover’s haven, the city is full with ancient structures dating back to the late 2nd or the early 3rd century AD, including the ancient forum, the Triumphal Arch of Galerius and the Rotunda. The culture and impact of the Ottoman empire is evident due to the presence of mesmerizing Ottoman monuments scattered all over the city.