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Info about Athens and Thessaloniki

Discussion in 'Buying Overseas Property' started by benjamin, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. benjamin

    benjamin New Member

    Hi everyone who reads this,

    Living in Dubai now, but missing the European culture and atmosphere a lot... Therefore considering a move to Greece.

    Heard there are many good job opportunities in Athens and especially Thessaloniki (for good English, but non-Greek speaking persons). Can anybody tell me anything about this? I am 22 y.o, male, and have 3-4 years international business experience....

    And how is life in Athens and Thessaloniki? Must be a little busy from what I?ve heard... Is the transpiration okay? What about housing, where to look?

    I've been told Athens News is a good source for this kind of information, but just checking out the experiences of people who are already there

    Thanks for any reply
  2. brayan

    brayan New Member

    hello benjamin,
    I?ve been living in Thessaloniki for about 13yrs now, just came out for one originally and never got around to leaving!

    Life here in Theses is fun.
    The buses and trains ect are fine, mostly new buses with air conditioning !

    The Athens news is a good place to look for info, but if you do a Google search for Jobs/Greece property/Greece then you will get a lot better idea on what is available !

    There are a lot of free services out there and be careful of agencies ect that want your money !
    They don?t always live up to their promises!

    Check out the web sites for Thessaloniki and Athens, ...okay there is mine as shown in my signature, Greece is Home and Athens Rooms Accommodation Apartments, Greece Travel and Living Guide

    Good luck with every thing.
  3. benjamin

    benjamin New Member

    Thanks Yogis for ur reply.

    Wow, 13 years, such a long time.... There must be a lot of reasons why u decided not to move out of that city

    Transportation is important imo... I've heard there's a subway system in Athens. Is this also in Thessaloniki?

    What kind of things is there to do in Thessaloniki? I assume there's a beach with a nice boulevard?
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