Car Rental Veroia
When it’s time to plan your vacations in Veroia, don’t forget to rent a car Veroia, so you will be able to enjoy the beauty of the town and the nature that surrounds it, without stress or restrictions! We provide excellent services, with many pick up and drop off points from Veroia till Thessaloniki for your rental car! Our goal is to achieve the best experience in the best price for your rental car veroia, and of course leave you the best impressions about Greece and the beautiful destinations!
Veroia is a city of Central Macedonia and capital of Imathia prefecture, built on the foot of the beautiful Vermio mountain. Known for many reasons, Veroia has a unique traditional architecture, many byzantine churches and great archaeological interest, as it is inhabited since prehistoric times. Don’t miss a chance to visit the traditional neighborhoods of Barbouta and Kyriotissa, authentic samples of traditional architecture of Veroia.
Vergina, where the royal tomb of King Filippos was excavated, lies in a small distance from Veroia. If you want to visit Thessaloniki from Veroia, it will take you less than an hour, because it’s only 68km of distance through Egnatia Odos.
The landscape around Veroia is green and rich, with river Tripotamos crossing the western part of the city. The mount Vermio is full of vegetation and clear waters, and during the winter, mount Vermio offers a beautiful ski resort, named Seli, only 24km from Veroia. Seli is the first organized ski resort in Greece, since 1934. During the summer season, The Aliakmona river Festival is a great opportunity to enjoy the nature, the fresh river waters and Greek music! The festival takes place only 5 km away from the center of Veroia.
For the food lovers, Veroia is a heaven on earth! The local cuisine includes pork with celery, “chasapiko”, “tigania”, “sarmades”, traditional pies, salty “bajo”, which is a type of cheese and one of the most famous dishes of the region, beans in the oven, known as fasoulotavas. Traditional dessert of Veroia is the revani and syrupy loukoumades.