Giannitsa

Giannitsa is close to plenty of visually charming areas, which is why Greek Mainland is so popular with travelers.

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Athens, the capital of Greece, is situated about 210 miles south of Giannitsa.

Kaftanzoglio Stadium can be found in Thessaloniki, 30 miles east of Giannitsa. It's the home of the Iraklis Thessaloniki F.C, and it's fun to support them on game day. On game days, follow the sea of blue and white to the stadium, then at the end of the game, join fellow sports lovers at a nearby drinking hole for a few post-game beers.

If you get the chance, travel to Chalkidona, which is roughly 10 miles from Giannitsa. This is where you will see Profitis Hilas and Edessa Gliding Club and Field. Also, you should visit Church of Goumenisa and Goumenisa Waterfall in Paionia. This nearby spot is only 14 miles out of Giannitsa.

The regional hub, Imathia, is the heartbeat of the area. Starting from Giannitsa, head southwest for 18 miles and spend a day at Church of the Resurrection of Christ, Byzantine Museum of Veroia and Saint Andrew Cathedral. Elia Park and Barbouta are just a few more choices available here.

A fun-filled way to explore this region's great outdoors is to go mountain biking or rock climbing.

Whether you decide to go cycling or picnicking, you'll find lots of relaxing options that'll get you out in the fresh air in the region.

A few hours at the water is a crucial part of most visitors' time in the region. Swimming and rafting are the more sought-after watersports.

Put on your winter gear and enjoy snowboarding or skiing. These winter pastimes are wonderful options for locals as well as tourists.

If you really want to get to know Greek Mainland, be sure to check out the cafés and restaurants. These are great places to rub shoulders with locals and try out common dishes.

Nothing in this world compares to local goods. You'll find that chicken and pork are go-to favorites in the area.

Every area has its own unique dishes, and here it's worth trying moussaka (minced meat and aubergine casserole) and also dolmades (vine leaves stuffed with rice).

And when it comes to the final course, you just can't go past the gorgeous loukoumades (deep fried pastry with honey).

The restaurants in Greek Mainland almost always offer Neda, so order one if you take pleasure in a good brew.

Don't finish your vacation without trying frappé (iced coffee), a well-known local beverage.

Kick back, relax and enjoy some local wines. You deserve it! Maybe Savatiano Retsina or Nemea Agiorgitiko will be your new favorite.

At the end of your time in Giannitsa, use the last of your euros on last-minute keepsakes and say "Yiá sou" to this unique destination.

When the time has come to head home, remember that the most convenient airport is located 35 miles away.


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