Cultural & Explorer Program Tours

26 May

Explorer Program Tour

The May 26th Explorer Program Tour will begin with a visit to Beyond 2023. We will meet at the Thessaloniki International Exhibition and Congress Center Vellidis at 10:30. The day starts with a walk tour at the Beyond 2023 event and its main exhibitions. Followed by speeches, panels, a pitching session and 1 to 1 meetings. Lunch will be served at the venue rooftop at 13:00.
As part of the Congress, we are offering two cultural activities in the afternoon of May 26th, starting at 16:00:


The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki (, which is one of the largest museums in Greece and the central museum of northern Greece. The permanent exhibitions of the Museum include unique masterpieces of ancient Greek art dating from prehistoric times to late antiquity. “The Gold of Macedon” exhibition is dedicated to the ancient Macedonian finds of precious metals (gold and silver jewelry, weaponry etc)

A tour of the city with the red bus ( that will start from the White Tower and visits the Archaeological museum, (Church Agia Sophia, the stop is not made due to construction works) Byzantine Castles, Church Agios Dimitrios, Rotonda-Kamara, Aristotelous Square and the Port.

27 May

Cultural Tour Program – Day trip to the Royal Tombs!

Join us and other congress attendees on a guided tour to UNESCO World Heritage site of Royal Tombs of Aigai!

The city of Aigai, the ancient first capital of the Kingdom of Macedonia, was discovered in the 19th century near Vergina, in northern Greece. The most important remains are the monumental palace, lavishly decorated with mosaics and painted stuccoes, and the burial ground with more than 300 tumuli, some of which date from the 11th century B.C. One of the royal tombs in the Great Tumulus is identified as that of Philip II, who conquered all the Greek cities, paving the way for his son Alexander and the expansion of the Hellenistic world.

Today, Vergina allows us to enjoy an extraordinary insight into the ancient capital of Macedonia. It’s not just an archaeological wonder, but one of the world’s great burial sites – alongside Mycenae, Troy and the Egyptian Valley of the Kings – because, like them, the most significant tombs (including that of Philip II) were discovered unlooted and virtually intact.

Bus transportation provided to all attendees.

Thessaloniki city tour: The Cosmopolitan City

We have partnered with Clio Muse Tours to offer our Congress attendees an exclusive discount code for their Thessaloniki city tour

Use code explorethessaloniki to receive a 20% discount on the Thessaloniki city tour, acquiring it for €7.99. You can get the tickets here! (Valid until 30.05)

Thessaloniki is definitely one of Greece’s most vibrant and exhilarating cities. Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Jewish, and Ottoman residents and conquerors adorned the city with unforgettable monuments and corners that enchant and captivate any visitor to this modern metropolis.

Waltz in the city of Thessaloniki with a self-guided audio tour on your phone designed by an accredited expert. Listen to fascinating stories, based on an award-winning storytelling concept, and gain great insights into the most iconic landmarks of Thessaloniki. Start your tour from the Statue of Alexander the Great and continue to meet The Arch of Galerius (Kamara), get acquainted with the White Tower, and be fascinated by Hagia Sophia’s Cathedral.

This is an unmissable opportunity to experience at your own pace the city tour of Thessaloniki with a captivating audio tour on your phone.