The flight from London to Thessaloniki can take anywhere between three and twenty three hours depending on your departure point and your choice of airline. It is possible to leave from a number of London airports including Gatwick, London Heathrow and London Stansted. A number of carriers offer flights to Thessaloniki with Air France, Aeroflot, easy jet and KLM being the most popular. However most flights include a layover and it is therefore often cheaper and quicker to fly with a combination of airlines. The most common layover destinations on this route are Munich, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Rome, Vienna and Bucharest. On arrival of your flight you will land at Macedonia International airport, the second largest airport in the country. Located about eleven miles outside of the city centre the airport is supported by extensive public transport links including a metro, bus and railway services.
To travel between London and Thessaloniki at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Thessaloniki flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Thessaloniki flights by departure date.
The Thessaloniki coast line is one of the most striking in Greece and since its recent reformation it is more popular than ever. With planted spaces, pedestrian areas and playgrounds the area is also full of restaurants and bars offering a beautiful place to relax outside the city.2 Ano Poli
Ano Poli is the city's heritage district, it is the most traditional part of the city with old squares, stone paved streets and homes built in the classic Ottoman empire style. Ano Poli is the highest part of the city and offers fantastic views of Mount Olympus.3 Hagios Demetrios
The church was built in the fourth century and is the largest Basilica in Greece. Named after Demetrios of Thessaloniki a military saint, the site forms an enormously important part of the Christian faith, attracting worshipers from within the city and abroad.4 Museum of Byzantine Culture
The museum's unassuming facade belies an interior that is positively bursting with fascinating artefacts from the areas rich Byzantine history. Housing three expansive permanent exhibitions the museum has been awarded the European Museum councils award for excellence.5 Concert Hall
The concert hall was designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki and opened in 2000. It has a main performance space that houses 1400 people as well as a number of smaller spaces. The concert hall boasts a full programme of performances and has been a driving force in the advancement of the contemporary arts in Greece.