Greece’s second largest city sits by the sea featuring landmarks that have endured as symbols of its 3,000-year-old history. The White Tower is located near a picturesque waterfront promenade lined with relaxing cafes. The city has a scattering of lovely neighborhoods dotted with beautiful homes and Byzantine churches. Thessaloniki is also known for its 5th-century Church of Agios Dimitrios, the Rotunda of Galerius and 3rd-century Roman palace ruins. Greeks know it as a cultural capital where festivals, events attract a fun, vibrant crowd in love with the arts.