Thessaloniki is beautiful in November but be sure to pack some extra clothes as temperatures can drop as low as 7 degrees Celsius and daily highs rarely go above 14 degrees. The cold, northern wind Vardaris is picking up in strength but is not strong enough yet to disperse with the clouds, resulting in rains on almost one third of this month.
The hotel Holiday Inn Thessaloniki is just out of season in November and offers some amazingly low deals for accommodation as demand is relatively low. People visiting Thessaloniki at this time of the year can take advantage of the low, low prices to live in one of the best hotels with prices that are less than half of what they are during high season.
A great restaurant one must visit during their stay in Thessaloniki is the Zythos / Dore restaurant. Zythos (and its sister restaurant Dore) are two of the most memorable dining places in the city, merging traditional Greek cuisine with modern culinary trends. The restaurants also sport the most extensive collection of beers in the city so beer-lovers should do well to visit them while in town.
For those with a taste for sweets, don't forget to pay a visit to Elenidis patisserie. Elenidis serves some of the best and most unique pastries including the famous "trigona" (literally, triangles) which are cream-filled pastry sweets that draw in people from all across Greece to taste them. Elenidis has sweet shops in various spots of the city including Navarinou square and f course, Panorama; the place where the trigona started.