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Mountainous Chalkidiki – Aristotle's Park

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki Region, Greece

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    €85 EUR per person
  • Duration

    7-8 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily at 8:30 a.m

  • Starting Location

    Your hotel

  • Price Includes

    Luxury minibus tour with official professional guide in the language you choose.

  • Notes

    The degree of difficulty for this excursion: none. Please wear comfortable shoes, bring your hat and do not forget your camera.


  • Visit Aristotle Park, devoted to the multidimensional thinker and philosopher who was the teacher of Alexander the Great.
  • Explore Arnea, one of the beautiful “green” villages of Halkidiki.
  • Stop at the church of Saint Stefano's and hear about its rich history.
  • Enjoy some free time and walk to the village, where you can admire the characteristic Macedonian architecture.

Trip Info

This tour will introduce you to the birthplace of the great philosopher Aristotle, Stagira of Halkidiki and the beautiful mountain villages.

Founded in 655 BC, Stagira was occupied some 300 years later by Philip II of Macedon. The city was later rebuilt when an agreement was made in exchange for Aristotle becoming the teacher to Philip’s son. A great statue of Aristotle now stands in a park that also holds many instruments imagined by the philosopher, including a solar clock, a pendulum and a compass.

On this tour, leaving from Thessaloniki, not only will have the opportunity to visit Aristotle’s Park, you will see the Church of Saint Stefano, visit the village of Arnea, and see characteristic Macedonian architecture. We look forward to guiding you on your next adventure!

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