We were told not to miss this, and were so glad we took this advice. We arranged a driver and private tour guide from Thessaloniki. The museum is outstanding and is literally built over the spot where the burial site of Phillip II of Macedonia was found, untouched after centuries. Our guide was wonderful and so added to our understanding of this important site. Standing in front of Phillip's tomb (he was Alexander the Great's father) can only be likened to the thrill of being on the Acropolis, or walking on the stones of the Roman forum, or standing next to Western Wall in Jerusalem.
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