Thessaloniki holds deep significance for Sephardic Jews the world over.
One of the earliest Jewish presence in Europe, it is steeped in Jewish history from the times of the Holy Temple, and became a haven for Jews during the Spanish Inquisition and Expulsion..
The Jews thrived and built the income in their new homes, in fact the international port was Shomer Shabbos until 1969 out of respect for Jewish merchants.

Below is a list of attractions:

1. Cemetery and the Holocaust Monument
Stavroupolis (opposite the "AGNO" factory)
655.855Map and Pin

2. Jewish Martyrs Square
Enclosed by Papanastasiou, Priamou and Karakassi Streets

3. Synagogue of the Monasteriotes
35, Syngrou Street