Compare 3 fertility clinics in Thessaloniki

There are [3] fertility centers in Thessaloniki with different treatment pricings and IVF packages. The infertility treatment options in Thessaloniki clinics offer various kinds of therapy and treatment, such as iui, standard IVF with mild or natural options, egg freezing, sperm cryopreservation, IVF with egg, sperm or embryo donation and more.

Newlife IVF Greece - Centre of Reproductive Medicine

171 Ethnikis Antistaseos str, Kalamaria, 55134 Thessaloniki, Greece

(+30) 2310 457 770

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St. 173-175 Ethnikis Antistaseos, Kalamaria, 55134 Thessaloniki, Greece

2310 474747

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6 Adrianoupoleos str., Kalamaria, 55134 Thessaloniki, Greece

+30 2310 420020

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Quick info - Greek fertility treatment costs in 2022:

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General Information

Thessaloniki is the unofficial metropolis of Greek Macedonia, the administrative center of Central Macedonia and the prefecture of Thessaloniki.

With its suburbs, it has over one million inhabitants and is the second largest city in Greece. Several buildings in the city from the period of early Christianity and the Byzantine Empire have been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1988.


The city was founded in 312 BC by Kassandros, King of Macedonia, near the now historic city of Therma. He named it after his wife Thessalonica, sister of Alexander the Great.

During the Roman Empire, the city became the center of the province of Macedonia, and thanks to its location on the Roman road Egnatia (still called the main artery of Thessaloniki) and a safe harbor, the city developed rapidly.

In 1997, Thessaloniki was declared the European City of Culture.

Fun facts

Several monuments from Roman times have remained here - the Gallery's Arch, the remains of palaces and markets.

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