Thessaloniki – Pella – Aigai (Vergina) – Thessaloniki


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The trip is done by 12-seat bus and lasts 7-8 hours.

Departure from Thessaloniki at 08:30.

Children up to 5 years old are free
From 6 years old to 12 years old pay 55% of the price

We pick you up and drop you off at your hotel.

Pella was the capital of Macedonia and the birthplace of Alexander the Great.

We will visit the archaeological site and the museum that its exhibits present the history and the evolution of an era of Macedon. The wonderful museum and the impressive exhibits will attract us. We continue to Aegae, called Vergina today, which is the place that was the center of Macedonia during the reign of Philip II.

Phillip II, the king of Macedon and father of Alexander the Great, was buried here. Certainly, there is no similar museum in Europe which is housed in its original area, such as the tomb of Philip. Among the 300 tombs, this is the only one that was not looted. The visit will enchant us, since, not only the space, but also the rich discoveries are impressive.

We will have lunch before or after our visit to the museum of Vergina.

Back in Thessaloniki at 18:00.


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