Athens, the capital of Greece, is located roughly 210 miles (338 kilometers) to the southeast of Edessa.
Spend time exploring while you are here. Start with a visit to the the Church of Panagia Kanaliotissa.
Don't restrict yourself to Edessa; Greek Mainland has plenty of man-made and natural attractions waiting to be explored. Giannitsa, is 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the west, and Veroia sits 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northwest.
Organise your transportation and spend some time in Kastoria, a transport and retail hub for the area, situated approximately 45 miles (72 kilometers) from Edessa. The place offers plenty of tourist attractions, including Petrified Forest Museum, Byzantine Museum of Kastoria and Neolithic Lakeside Settlement. Kastoria has a lot to offer travelers willing to delve a little deeper. Folklore Museum of Kastoria and Dragon's Lair are just a couple of the other attractions guaranteed to delight.
The best places for travelers to visit when they first arrive in a new town are the ones that best illustrate the culture. Don't miss Greek Mainland's history museums, art museums and theaters. Spirituality is a illuminating element of every place's make-up, so be sure set aside some time to visit the area's monasteries and other important religious sites.
Sometimes, the most enjoyable way to understand a place is by using the knowledge of the locals. The region offers some fascinating city walking tours. If you love to get out into the cold, Greek Mainland may just be an excellent place to go. The region is well-known for its skiing and snowboarding.
When it is time to head off and say "Yiá sou", you'll have many great memories and photos.