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Cheap Flights to Thessaloniki

How to find cheap flights to Thessaloniki (סלוניקי)

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Airports with direct flights to Thessaloniki

Cheap flights to Thessaloniki depart from Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) near Tel Aviv.

What airlines fly to Thessaloniki from Israel?

Israir flies once a week on Sundays. Aegean Airlines operates cheap flights to Thessaloniki four times a week. All of these flights depart from Terminal 3.

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Thessaloniki Airport

Cheap flights to Thessaloniki arrive at Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia (SKG), located 13 km south of the White Tower of Thessaloniki. The airport has one terminal building with three floors. You can reach your destination in the city by bus number 78. The duration of the ride is 45 minutes, and it runs every 30 minutes. A single fare is €0.60. Taxi fare from the airport to the city center is €12-€15. If you plan to rent a car, check the offers that we have on Skyscanner Car Rental.

When to go to Thessaloniki?

The summers in Thessaloniki are similar to the Israeli hot season, with over 30 degrees on average. It’s also the high season of tourism. Therefore hotels prices may be higher than other seasons. The best time to search cheap flights to Thessaloniki would be the shoulders of the season, May-June, and September-October, with 21-29 degrees on average, perfect for outdoor activities without melting into the pavement and not as crowded as the high season. Winters are colder than Tel Aviv, 9-10 degrees during the day, and 2-3 degrees at night.

What to see and do in Thessaloniki?

Book cheap flights to Thessaloniki and discover the second largest city in Greece. With its spectacular historical architecture and Byzantine churches, you’ll understand why it’s on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The Upper Town of Thessaloniki is packed full of traditional and historic buildings on little-cobbled streets and affords amazing views out across the bay. Two of the most iconic and impressive churches to visit are the Agios Demetrios and Agia Sophia. Even though it’s smaller, don’t skip the St Nikolaos Orfanos in the upper town.

Aristotelous Square and the large sea promenade have many cafes and restaurants where you can feast on delicious Greek cuisine, or head for the central food market with its hundreds of stalls selling meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, cheap clothes and flowers and whip up your own feast. Forget about your diet and try the delightful Chatzis (tasty Greek sweets) and Terkenlis (sweet bread). A Greek salad made with the freshest feta cheese is something that you cannot miss.

Sunsets in Thessaloniki are simply beautiful with the city’s quirky little boat bars, seafront cafes and clubs. Have local Greek wines and goes without saying - local Ouzo. After you have booked your cheap flights to Thessaloniki, it’s time to cut the costs on accommodations too. Check the fantastic offers that we have on Skyscanner Hotels.

This information is correct as of January 2018

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