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Transfer Thessaloniki - Sani

In the sixties, all the tourism on the Kassandra peninsula was centered around the only hotel complex in Paliouri, on the southern tip of the peninsula. The rest land remained unexplored and inaccessible to tourists. It is worth noting that the bridge that connects Kassandra with the mainland did not exist.
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Transfer Thessaloniki - Neos Marmaras

This is a unique village on the peninsula of Sithonia, which combines the sea and the mountains, which makes it one of the most popular destinations for tourism on the peninsula of Halkidiki. Neos Marmaras annually accepts up to 20,000 tourists.
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Transfer Thessaloniki - Athos

Mount Athos for many centuries has been attracting attention from all over the world. Athos always has been and remains a living history of Orthodoxy. Orthodox monastic state Holy Mount Athos is located on the peninsula of Halkidiki and comprises twenty monasteries.
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Transfer Thessaloniki – Katerini

The city of Katerini is located in the valley formed between the region of Pieria and Mount Olympus. This is one of the newest and most beautiful cities in Greece, located next to important archaeological sites, such as the ancient city of Dion and the castle of Platamon.
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Transfer Thessaloniki – Kalithea

Every year, millions of tourists aspire to go to Greece to spend an unforgettable vacation under the hot sun and turquoise sky. Halkidiki remains one of the most popular destinations for many decades. And if Kassandra is the most densely populated peninsula, during the summer time, then Kallithea is one of the most popular settlements of this peninsula.
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Meteora – above the sky

Meteora is the eighth wonder of the world, which has brought to the world the result of the work of man and nature itself. There is no doubt that the steep cliffs, looking up into the sky amaze the imagination, but it seems to be that this was not enough. On the tops of these rocks, as if they were their continuation, the Orthodox monasteries were built.
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The Monastery of St. Anastasia the Pharmakolitria

The monastery was founded in the late IX century during the reign of the Macedonian dynasty, by the first wife of Leo the Wise, who made a lot of valuable donations. In addition to the land that fell into the ownership of the monastery, it was given unique shrines, such as: the Honest Head of St. Anastasia and a part of her right foot, as well as the scepter of Emperor Leo VI, lost during the fire of 1821, which destroyed the monastery to its foundation.
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The amazing inventions of Aristotle in Stagira

Aristotle's Park is a unique theme park on the peninsula of Halkidiki, located at an altitude of 500 meters above sea level, in the homeland of the great scientist in the village of Stagira.
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The most amazing waterfalls in Greece and a natural SPA

Edessa is the capital of the prefecture of Pella - the birthplace of Alexander the Great. The history of the town of Edessa, one of the most important of ancient Greece, has been unceasing since its creation until today.
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Transfer Thessaloniki - Halkidiki

The peninsula of Halkidiki is famous for its endless golden beaches, tiny azure bays and magnificent nature.
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Transfer Thessaloniki Airport – Sithonia

Sithonia is the middle peninsula of Halkidiki striking with its unique diversity, with exotic beaches, traditional villages and camping sites.
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The mysterious Cave of Petralona

Decorated with magnificent stalagmites and stalactites, the cave of Petralona is located at the foot of the Katsiki Mountain at an altitude of 300 meters above the sea level.
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Vergina. Following the steps of Alexander the Great.

One can rarely meet a person who would not have heard about Alexander the Great. This is truly a legendary conqueror and ruler ahead of his time. Alexander the Great served as a catalyst for the globalization of Hellenism.
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A house by the sea – make your dreams come true

Surely many of you have thought about buying a house by the sea. Greece is an amazing country where the hospitality of the locals is combined with a magnificent climate, a century-old history of the region, colorful traditions, incredibly tasty local Mediterranean cuisine and numerous beaches.
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Transfer Thessaloniki – Moudania

The village of Nea Moudania is a settlement on the peninsula of Chalkidiki, built in 1922. The first inhabitants of this settlement were refugees from Asia Minor, forced to leave their homes by the decision of The Treaty of Lausanne, which stated new borders for Turkey.
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Transfer Thessaloniki - Kassandra

Kassandra is an amazing peninsula, covered with legends, which emerged in the era of ancient Greek gods and heroes. It is said that this peninsula once was called "Flegra", as it was here that the battle of the Titans with the 12 Olympic gods took place
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Transfer Thessaloniki - Hanioti

Hanioti (or Haniotis) is a large settlement located in the eastern part of the Peninsula of Kassandra. It is believed that the village was named after its first resident, who settled nearby and arrived here from the island of Crete from Chania.
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Best destinations for holidays in Attica

Vacation in Athens can be diversified not only with visiting world-famous sights and walks around the old city, but also with small trips to nearby towns, districts and villages of great interest.We have made a list of the most impressive vacation routes in Attica.
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Thessaloniki Makedonia Airport VIP services

Planning to go on holidays or a business trip? Travelling can be hectic for everyone, getting through customs and passport control or catching connecting flights can be a daunting task for every traveler. VipTrip offers a wide range of VIP services at the Macedonia airport in Thessaloniki, Greece.
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Transfer Athens - Loutraki

Loutraki is located in 80 km from the city of Athens. Along the beach which is located inside the city there are several beach bars and other points without umbrellas where one can swim. The largest part of the beach has pebbles.
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TRANSFER THESSALONIKI – BANSKO. HOW MUCH TIME DOES IT TAKE TO GET TO BANSKO FROM THESSALONIKI?

The alpine character of the two mountain peaks of the Pirin Mountains, the two casinos of the area and SPA facilities combined with reasonable prices help all the travelers to enjoy their holidays in Bansko.
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Thessaloniki airport transfer

Thessaloniki International Airport "Macedonia" is located in 13 km from the center of Thessaloniki and is the second largest airport in Greece. The first place is held by the airport of Athens, while the airport of Herakleon in Crete is on the third place. The airport was founded in 1930. From this year the airport of Thessaloniki is managed by the private company of Fraport Greece.
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Thessaloniki. The secret gem of the Thermaikos Gulf

Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece with a population of more than 1,100,000 people. Here are located: the University of Aristotle - the largest university in the Balkans, the airport of Macedonia (the second most important in the country) and a large seaport, in terms of its economic value following the port of Piraeus in Athens.
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Group transfers to Ouranoupolis

Many pilgrims traveling to Greece wishing to visit the Orthodox monastic republic of Mount Athos face the problem of getting a transfer to the city of Ouranoupolis, from where the ferry departs.
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VipTrip – Family transfer

Traveling with a big friendly family may become a real “adventure” in terms of booking an individual transfer to the hotel. Little children are not fans of long bus trips; so, the question is how to put in one car parents, children, grandparents, a stroller and a luggage?
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Amazing Halkidiki

Cassandra or Sithonia? Whatever choice you will make, in Northern Greece you will definitely find the most beautiful turquoise destinations and the most hospitable villages to visit.
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