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Kripis Studio Thessaloniki No4

Sleeps5
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms1
Space 516 sq. ft.
Property type studio

Overview

About the property

Kripis Studio Thessaloniki No4 Furnished Studio With A Loft.

Located in the traditional part of Thessaloniki City, Kripis Studio offers self-catering accommodation studios, each with a balcony. Free WiFi is available in all areas. Byzantine churches and museums are a 5-minute walk away.

Opening to a balcony, all studios and apartments will provide you with a flat-screen TV and air conditioning. Guests can prepare their meals in the privacy of their own accommodation, using their fully equipped kitchen. Featuring a bath or shower, private bathroom comes with a hairdryer, slippers and free toiletries. An iron and iron board are available upon request.

Free breakfast items, such as coffee, tea, biscuits, jam and butter, are provided daily. An array of tavernas and cafes, as well as a mini market, are within walking distance.

The nearest bus stop is at a distance of a few metres. Agios Dimitrios Church is a 10-minute walk away and Aristotelous Square is 1.7 km away. Makedonia International Airport is a 20-minute drive away.

Room Size: 48 m²

Layout: Private apartment in building

Bedroom 1: 2 twin, 1 sofa bed, 1 queen

Offering Thermaic Gulf and Thessaloniki City views, this split-level studio is on the top floor and includes:

-free WiFi

-a flat-screen TV

-a kitchenette with a fridge, while a mini oven and a microwave can be provided upon request

-a bathroom with a shower cabin, hairdryer and free toiletries

-breakfast items, as coffee, tea, biscuits, jam and butter.

A microwave, iron and iron board is available under request.

Kindly note that there is no elevator in the building.

Kindly note that this room type can accommodate an extra bed, upon charge.

Room Facilities: Balcony, Sea view, City view, Flat-screen TV, Safe, Air conditioning, Iron, Ironing facilities, Heating, Private entrance, Tile/Marble floor, Hardwood/Parquet floors, Wardrobe/Closet, Hairdryer, Free toiletries, Bathroom, Slippers, Bathtub or shower, Kitchenette, Refrigerator, Microwave, Electric kettle, Oven, Stovetop, Toaster, Coffee machine, Dining table, Outdoor furniture, Towels, Linens, Upper floors accessible by stairs only,

Free WiFi is available

Thessaloniki

Greece’s second city has style, with plenty of fashionable shops and salons and a 1-million-strong population fleshed out by a big university (80,000-plus students). Thessaloniki boasts great nightlife during those long months when more famous Greek destinations are deep in hibernation, from arty cafes to Latin bars; from discos pumping out house music to salacious bouzoukia (clubs featuring twangy, Eastern-flavoured Greek folk-pop). That’s plenty to keep you occupied after you’ve traversed the city’s sublime Byzantine churches, museums and scattered ruins. It’s not cheap, but no Greek city save Athens compares.

More Details

Property Manager
Kripis Studio Thessaloniki
Member since: 2014
Speaks: english, german, greek
Response time:
Within 12 hours
Response rate:
100%
Calendar last updated:
March 1, 2017

Amenities

Thessaloniki Studio Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • studio
  • floor 2
Building Type:
  • building
Accommodation Type:
  • Bed & Breakfast
Meals:
  • Guests provide their own meals
Housekeeping:
  • Housekeeper Optional
Floor Area:
  • 516 sq. ft.
House Rules:
  • Check-in: 13:30
  • /
  • Check-out: 10:30
  • Max. occupancy: 5
  • Parties/events not allowed
  • Pets not allowed
  • Non smoking only
Location Type:
  • Downtown
Theme:
  • Budget
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Tourist Attractions
General:
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Free Wifi
Kitchen:
  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Toaster
Dining:
  • Dining
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 4 people
Bathrooms:
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Bathroom 1 - toilet , shower
Bedrooms:
  • 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 5
Entertainment:
  • Television
Outside:
  • Balcony
Suitability:
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Attractions:
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • festivals
  • library
  • live theater
  • museums
  • restaurants
  • ruins
  • zoo
Leisure Activities:
  • gambling casinos
  • photography
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • fitness center
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • medical services

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Museum of Byzantine Culture
Nearest Airport
10 Kilometres
SKG
Nearest Barpub
400 Metres
Nearest Train
2 Kilometres
Nearest Restaurant
100 Metres
Konaki
Nearest Beach
40 Kilometres
Potamos-Epanomi
Car: not necessary

Thessaloniki

Greece’s second city has style, with plenty of fashionable shops and salons and a 1-million-strong population fleshed out by a big university (80,000-plus students). Thessaloniki boasts great nightlife during those long months when more famous Greek destinations are deep in hibernation, from arty cafes to Latin bars; from discos pumping out house music to salacious bouzoukia (clubs featuring twangy, Eastern-flavoured Greek folk-pop). That’s plenty to keep you occupied after you’ve traversed the city’s sublime Byzantine churches, museums and scattered ruins. It’s not cheap, but no Greek city save Athens compares.

Museums

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki : M. Andronikou 6

Museum of Byzantine Culture : Leoforos Stratou 2

Museum of Ataturk in Old town of Tessaloniki,Atatürk's House.

Museum of Contemporary Art Moni Lazariston & Warehouse :

Β1 – Port

Thessaloniki Cinema Museum : Port, Warehouse A

Science & Technology Museum Noesis : 6Th Km. Thessaloniki – Thermi Road

Local attractions

Agios Dimitrios

The White Tower

Kamara – Galerius Arch

The Rotonda

Aristotle’s Square

Ano Poli – Old City & Castles,Tsinari, Byzantine walls,Alatza Imaret

Water FrontConcert Hall

Thessaloniki Sights and Monuments

Church of Agios Dimitrios

Thessaloniki's enormous, 5th-century Church of Agios Dimitrios , is named in honour of the city's patron saint. A Roman soldier, Dimitrios was killed around 303 on the site (then a Roman bath), on the command of Galerius, infamous for persecuting Christians. The martyrdom site is now an eerie underground crypt, which you can visit during the day or during the special Friday-night service. In 1980, the saint's relics were returned from Italy, and now lie in an elaborate silver reliquary inside.The Ottomans made Agios Dimitrios a mosque and plastered the walls. After they were kicked out, the plaster was removed, revealing Thessaloniki's finest church mosaics. While the 1917 fire was very damaging, five 8th-century mosaics have survived; look for them on either side of the altar.

Church of Agia Sofia

The 8th-century Church of Agia Sofia , a not-so-small miniature of its namesake in İstanbul, occupies Plateia Agias Sofias south of Egnatia. The dome has a striking mosaic of the Ascension of Christ.

Also see the restored, 5th-century Church of the Panagia Ahiropiitos, which has an early basilica form; some mosaics and frescoes remain. The name, meaning 'made without hands', refers to the miraculous 12th-century appearance of an icon of the Virgin.

Monastery of Vlatadon

Up near the walls, the Monastery of Vlatadon has a leafy, secluded location and a small museum. A gift shop selling icons is inside.

Church of Nikolaos Orfanos

Also in the Kastra is the 4th-century Church of Nikolaos Orfanos , which has superb frescoes.

Church of Osios David

Just down from the Monastary of Vlatadon is the little 5th-century Church of Osios David , allegedly built to commemorate the secret baptism of Galerius' daughter, Theodora, while father was away. It contains well-preserved mosaics and rare 12th-century frescoes depicting the baptism of Christ.

Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum has finds from the prehistoric period through to ancient Macedonian and Hellenistic times. The most famous exhibit, the Gold of Macedon, presents precious objects (6th- to 2nd-century BC) from the royal tombs and other central Macedonian excavation sites. The craftsmanship is phenomenal; delicate filigree wreaths, pins for fastening dresses, and grave masks from Sindos are among the best.The Derveni Crater (330-320 BC), a vast, ornate Hellenistic vase of bronze and tin used initially for mixing wine and water and later as a funerary urn, has intricate relief carvings illustrating the life of Dionysus, with mythical figures, animals, vines and ivy branches. The Derveni Treasure contains a papyrus piece (250-320 BC) likely to be Greece's oldest.The ground floor exhibit, Pre-Historic Thessaloniki, boasts the Petralona Hoard - axes and chisels in an urn, abandoned by the artisan, in the Petralona Cave north of Halkidiki. Other finds include daggers, pottery and tools from mound tombs dating from the Neolithic period to the late Bronze Age.

Thessaloniki's Archaeological Museum is one of the city's big attractions. The museum houses the foremost collection of Macedonian artefacts including the treasures from the tomb of King Philip II of Macedon, which was discovered at Vergina in 1977.

3 Septembriou, Thessaloniki

Bus 11, 58

Tel 031 0 830538

Open Mon 12.30pm-7pm, Tue-Sun 8am-7pm

Museum of Byzantine Culture

The Museum of Byzantine Culture is a well-presented modern museum that uses ambient lighting and a good running wall text to enliven the 3000 or so artefacts in its permanent collection. They include frescoes, mosaics, embroidery, c

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Notes: Rates are based on 3 guests; add $12 per night, per additional guest

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