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Meteora

2 Patriarchou Dimitriou, Kastraki, Kalambaka 422 00, Greece
+30 2432 078455
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2 Patriarchou Dimitriou, Kastraki, Kalambaka 422 00, Greece
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+30 2432 078455
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great place to visit. If you want to access the monastery as a woman better to wear a long skirt or dress.... pants in women are not welcome

Thank MPGBarcelona
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Reviewed 3 days ago

WOW! We stayed two nights in Kastraki which is at the foot of the rocks and a few minutes drive down the road from Kalabaka and in my option more visually appealing. For us that was a good amount of time as we had a...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Meteora, with its cliff-top monasteries and dramatic vistas, is a popular sight to see in Greece. Be sure you got the right clothes, remember it's a group of monasteries.

Thank megyessimina
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A gem that needs to be seen and even thought the walk up is intense it’s worth it! Sunset and early morning very special !

Thank vickisherborn
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We arrived after the long drive from Halkidiki and saw the imposing rocks as we approached. We visited two of the easier monasteries and explored this fascinating and photogenic area.

Thank scotworldtraveller
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Meteora was on my list of must visit places in Greece, and didn't disappoint. I just stood in awe of how Greeks centuries ago could build such structures on top of hilltops without the means we have today. I did it as part of a...More

Thank RonRSydney_Australia
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

What a place! How they built the monasteries on top of the rocks is beyond amazing. Loved every minute of it we only went today and I’m already writing my review about it. We went into 2 of the monasteries and the artwork inside was...More

Thank Jenna R
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I went on a coach tour to Meteora from Parga - left 7.30 returned 18.30. I know a few people didn't fancy a day that long or being on a coach for so long, but the majority of the run was on motorway - excellent...More

Thank Russell J
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Located near Kalambaka in Thessaly in Central Greece, the mountains look like towering rocks, cylinders and obelisks in the sky. Made out of brown sandstone, these mountains have become the home of several monasteries dating back to perhaps the 11th century when monks and hermits...More

Thank Scouter710
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We took the train to Kalambaka, I would not recommend it!! Too long, too hot, no wifi or power outlets. Stayed in an excellent flat and toured with Meteora Thrones. Well worth it. The scenery was absolutely stunning. Two days did it for us, one...More

Thank speedybee12
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lisatayl
1 June 2018|
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Response from Priscilla J | Reviewed this property |
They do not like the idea of women wearing trousers or anything similar . They want you to wear a skirt so long skirts are fine . In case u are in trousers they have a number of wraparound skirts available at the entrance... More
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Meryem O
30 May 2018|
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Response from Irenka G | Reviewed this property |
Hello, we stayed in Metsovo and went there and back in a day. We had abot 3 hours at the monastries which was enough for us to see 3 monastries inside and to drive around the others. We have young children so they did not... More
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Deanna G
15 May 2018|
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Response from Philip G | Reviewed this property |
We did not use a guide but there are talks about the history in several some have written history in several languages.also some have tours with resident guide and there are always staff around to whom you can talk
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