Tsalapatas Brickworks Museum
From 1926 until 1975, the Tsalapatas Rooftile and Brickworks was part of the cultural fabric of Volos. In 2006, the restored plant...
Balthassar – named after a former Italian beer-making monk – is a mellow beer-and-sausage hang-out that features fine Belgian ales and...
Taverna Lefka tou Manoli
Just east of Agios Konstantinos Church, this long and narrow eatery serves up fine mezedhes and first-rate fish by the kilo, along with...
Lonely Planet review
The excellent Archaeological Museum is set in a pretty rose garden and houses area finds from Dimini and Sesklo, along with an impressive collection of painted grave stelae from the nearby Hellenistic site of Dimitrias. Excellent recorded commentaries are available; leave your passport as security.