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The national capital, Athens, is located 180 miles to the south of Agia Triada.
Journey 10 miles from Agia Triada to Thessaloniki, a destination known for some nice attractions. OTE Tower and Museum of Byzantine Culture are popular choices. If you have some extra time, go to Archaeological Museum.
Nothing beats the rolling waves and salty ocean air. Head to Karydi, 55 miles to the east. If time permits, drive on to Talgo Beach, 50 miles to the east.
Many visitors flock to this region to see its splendid natural attractions. Discover what it's all about at Petralona Cave and Anthropological Museum and Seih Sou Forest, 17 miles and 11 miles away from Agia Triada, respectively.
Kleanthis Vikelidis Stadium is in Thessaloniki, 8 miles to the northeast of Agia Triada. It's the home grounds of the Aris Thessaloniki. Make sure you wear black and yellow, the team colors.
Tackle the slopes at Elatohori Ski Center, 40 miles from the center of Agia Triada. Also take a peek at Seli, located 45 miles away.
If you travel 1 mile to the east of Agia Triada you will get to Neoi Epivates. A trip here gives you the chance to experience Apollonia Spa and Thessaloniki Science Center and Technology Museum. An additional option is Peraia. It's 2 miles away from Agia Triada, and boasts Thessaloniki Science Center & Technology Museum and Waterland.
When it's time to spread your wings, check out a regional hub. Vergina sits 30 miles away and boasts a varied list of attractions, such as Elia Park, Church of the Resurrection of Christ and Byzantine Museum of Veroia. If there's time for more, some other good options are Vergina Royal Tombs and Vergina -Aigai.
The food here is a culinary experience unto itself, so take the time to sample as much as possible!
Look around for chicken and pork, two prized local ingredients.
Your journey wouldn't be complete if you don't have a taste of moussaka (minced meat and aubergine casserole) and dolmades (vine leaves stuffed with rice).
For dessert, you won't be able to say no to some delectable loukoumades (deep fried pastry with honey).
Pull up a bar stool at a local bar and take a load off with a few brews. If you ask for the local favorite, the bartender will probably offer you a Neda.
Whatever the time of day, you can always order a non-alcoholic frappé (iced coffee),
Wine connoisseur or not, you simply must ask for a bottle of Savatiano Retsina. It's the ideal companion to a tasty meal. That being said, locals also recommend Nemea Agiorgitiko. Why not give both a try?
We all wish vacations went on forever. However, you'll have to say "Yiá sou" to Agia Triada at some point. At least once you arrive home you'll have plenty of incredible tales to tell!
If you are traveling by plane, don't forget that the handiest airport for you is 5 miles to the east.
There isn't a huge selection of hotels near Agia Triada, so be sure to investigate the current listings and deals on Expedia's hotels page.
Visitors with a taste for a touch of class will be sure to enjoy the Royal Hotel, at 17 km, Thessaloniki-Perea, and the Golden Star City Resort, at Kountouriotou 73. If you discover that those don't suit your requirements, the Perea Hotel and the Hotel Pithari are two cheaper spots that might tick all the right boxes.