Alexandroupolis Ferry Port
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Currently it is not possible to book cheap Alexandroupolis ferries with Ferrysavers, we are working hard to have them available to book soon.
However, using Ferrysavers you can find cheap ferry deals from the nearby port of Thessaloniki, and compare prices of ferries to Greece and Crete and the Cyclades using our real-time price comparison engine above, where you can search by route, time and operator to find your perfect bargain ferry.
Alexandroupolis is a Greek city located about 25 or so miles away from the Turkish border. This city has seen many battles and survived almost 80 years of war - from the Russo-Turkish War in 1877 to the end of World War II in 1945! A busy city of nearly 300,000 inhabitants, the nearby fishing villages of Makri and Dikela are great day excursions where you can relax and take in typical Greek village life, perhaps with some Greek specialities like Ouzo (the famous Greek liquor) and baklava, a sweet, sticky treat made with pastry, nuts and honey...
In the main city centre is the Ecclesiastical Art Museum, which is a hotspot for travellers and tourists alike who want to absorb the Greek religious culture and admire the truly beautiful paintings. If that's not for you take a trip to Dadia Forest, which is a perfect place to just sit back, relax, and have a pleasant picnic - or a typically extravagant Greek feast if you like!