S martphone or not, its basic use is to make a call. Here are some useful ones in case of an emergency (or not). Just remember that the international calling code for Greece is +30.
|European Emergency Number||112|
|Hospitals on duty||14944|
|Pharmacies on duty||14944|
|Touristr Police||(+30) 2310 554874|
|Traffic Police||(+30) 2310 250740|
|Port Authority||(+30) 2310 593134|
|Railway Customer Service||14511|
|Radiotaxi: Eurotaxi||14840, (+30) 2310 866866|
|Radiotaxi: Makedonia||18288, (+30) 2310 555111|
|Radiotaxi: Mercedes||18180, (+30) 2310 52500|
|Radiotaxi: Taxiway||18300, (+30) 2310 866866|
Greece’s second city is a true chameleon: shady cloisters and churches balance its fast-paced nightlife and youthful verve. Ancient ruins stand feet away from just-opened cafes, while chic cocktail bars blend effortlessly into a backdrop of portside grit.
So are you hungry for history and myth, or for a literal banquet of souvlaki and wine? Do you want your heartbeat to quicken in raucous tavernas, or find inner peace in a monastery? Whatever your whim, there’s a way to explore Thessaloniki in your own style.