Larissa is the only city in Greece, which, according to archaeological findings, has al- ways been in the same position and has the same name. It is a city with a conti- nuous presence in the history of 8,000 years, built on the right bank of the Peneus. It is the largest largest city in Thessaly and Central Greece and a dynamic administra- tive, commercial, financial, academic, agricultural and cultural center of the country. The restoration of the city center and the Fortress hill by utilizing traditional details and extensive pedestrianization, highlights the historical identity of the city. The squares, parks, sports centers, kindergartens, infrastructure projects for roads, water supply, sewerage, wastewater purification, gas, and an intense urban restructuring activity, made Larissa a modern European city.