Archaelogical site of Pella, Pella
(4.6/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • A large demarcated area but we note that still have not finished the archaeological excavations or if they have already completed, have not left big remains to see.
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  • Very impressive Museum with fantastic exhibits! Together with a visit to the archaeological site of Pella an absolutely worthwhile trip, staying in Thessaloniki!
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  • Quite a trip in visiting Vergila and Pella. One should certainly visit the two once in Thessaloniki. Great experience to learn that fresh water system and drains existed for over 2.000 year, but we fo...  more »
  • The archaeological site of Pella worth a visit, but it is among the most impressive. The remains are located near the village and the tour takes no more than 20 minutes. From ancient capital of Macedonia is not much left. The restored part is not particularly impressive.
  • Very nice archaelogical site with huge houses and ongoing restauration work. Don't miss the musem in the north of the site. it's really worth to spend there one ore two hours !
  • The site is very impressive, an enormous ancient city that you can walk in and you can really breathe the old atmosphere of centuries ago. Excavations are going on, and also restorations. I would like to visit also the ancient palace, but it's not possible right now... what a shame!
  • A revisit from me after a couple of years and I am impressed. More coverings have been put up to preserve recent excavations and the site is massive compared to how it used to be. Well priced and an impressive place to visit.
  • There could be stands and definitely kiosks. The summer sun in combination with open areas is not appealing to visitors. Especially those from colder climates.