Discover the unknown hot spots of Greek cuisine and treat your self with this special experience in the city. Learn the history of the open markets and the famous – traditional Greek taverns, taste a variety of heavenly culinary treasures while walking with a professional in Greek cuisine.
You will get the chance to try some of the most famous Greek delicates:
1) Greek Coffee
3) Spinach Pie
4) Greek traditional deserts
5) Koulouri (the Greek bagel)
6) Greek Souvlaki
7) Greek Olives
Greek and English- speaking Guide
Traditional Greek coffee
What's Not Included
The cost of the lunch after the tour
INFANT: Age: 0 - 2
CHILD: Age: 3 - 12
ADULT: Age: 13 - 99
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Regular temperature checks for staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised
Gear/equipment sanitised between use
Please notice that extra charges may apply per person or in total of the group for pick-ups from hotels- villas- airbnb outside the proximity of our tour selected pick route. In that case we can provide round trip transfer for customer(s) convenience ad-h
Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
Suitable for all physical fitness levels
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.
For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
What To Expect
The Kapani (Vlali) Market
Perhaps one of the most authentic experiences any food lover could get in Thessaloniki is visiting the city’s historic open markets. The atmosphere, the people and the local delicacies will reward you!
Admission Ticket Free
Modiano is one of the most traditional markets of Thessaloniki. It is located in the heart of the city and it has been part of the Thessalonians’ life for about 80 years.
Its construction started in 1922 and finished in 1930 by architect Eli Modiano.
Coming from a renowned Jewish (Sephardic) family of Thessaloniki, Eli was the son of the banker Jacob (Yako) Modiano. He studied architecture in Paris, France and returned to Thessaloniki where he created some of the city’s most important buildings, including the Modiano Market.
Admission Ticket Free
Full of life, throughout the day, Athonos Square in the centre of the city is a place loved by, both Thessalonians and tourists alike. Here, food and nutrition plays the leading part. You’ll find spices, all types of tea, nuts, vegetables and fruits, fish, delicatessen products, as well as small boutiques with clothes, handmade accessories, and decoration items. Moreover, your attention will be instantly drawn to the smells of the delicious foods of the Square’s traditional taverns! You can enjoy them both at lunchtime and evening, accompanied occasionally by live greek music. Additionally, in case you want to get acquainted with the traditional side of Athonos Square, visit the picturesque small shops selling handmade wickerwork and small wooden furniture, made by the last remaining skilled craftsmen.
Admission Ticket Free
Tasty Walking Tour - come hungry
Our guide Niksos really did his homework checking to make sure he took us to all fresh, handmade bakeries and restaurants and every dish we sampled was top notch! Fresh filo dough rolled by hand for the spanikopita, the bougata was so yummy and every other sweet treat was amazing. Greek coffee was very interesting - not sure if I’ll will give up my morning Nespresso for it but enjoyed it just the same. Very enjoyable tour - highly recommend.
Excellent Walking Food-Sightseeing Tour!
Marc C, 11-08-2022
Nikos was a wonderful guide and a local! We met at the White Castle and I was fortunate to be the only person on the tour.
We started off with Coffee and Tea and continued to pasties and small samplings – Nikos planned the tour off great as we were able to walk around Thessaloniki and view the sites and listen to the history of the city. When stopping, we had a nice table and were able to converse and enjoy the food. We ended towards a wonderful Turkish bath building and close to a lovely open market where we were able to sample local fruits and nuts.
I highly recommend this excursion as it is 2 hour tour and really enjoyable to walk with a guide. It was a great break from taking all day excursions and really a nice way to end my visit with the city. Thank you Nikos!
The tour guide was very friendly and the food was delicious. Great experience, I can highly recommend!
Great tour for people who have visited Thessaloniki before !
Great guide Nikolas …. Great conversation … yummy selection of treats of the region and markets of the wonderful city
This wasn’t really treated as a food tour, it was treated as a market tour. We were asked what we wanted to do many times- I would much rather have a well thought out agenda. I don’t want to design my own tour in a city I don’t know. Overpriced for what you get- 1.5 hrs, a few food tastings.