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a real wonder!!!
after visiting 2 monasteries you can skip the others... more of the same
but the greatness of the nature... you can seat for hours and watch the views and never say enough .
There are now 5 functioning monasteries perched on the beautiful rock formations of Meteora. Ladies will need a long skirt (mid calf) but if you don't want to pack one they have them to lend at each monastery for no charge. Definitely do not miss...More
We had a full day and a morning to visit all the Monasteries which we just managed to do. At least one site is closed each day and they all open at 9.0 AM. Found 8 Coaches at the 1st site but being in a...More
If you have an opportunity to visit Meteora, do not hesitate! I only wish we had more time to spend in Kalambaka and Kastraki. Sadly, we had time to drive there from Athens, spend the night, and return to Athens the next day.
What an incredible looking place, blows me away to think the were monasteries built on top hundreds of years ago.
Thank goodness there are roads and paths these days, although, it was very busy and lots of traffic jams with buses, cars and people mover...More
A friend suggestioned we make time for Meteora during our time in Greece. I am so thankful we did. The entire area looks surreal and quietly beautiful, the history and architecture are truly fascinating. We had one day there and spent it with an excellent...More
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St Stephans monastry closes at 1.30 pm for two hours. All monastries are open Saturday-Sunday. They're closed one day a week on different days, so most of them will be open at your visit. If you google Meteora and opening... More
St Stephans monastry closes at 1.30 pm for two hours. All monastries are open Saturday-Sunday. They're closed one day a week on different days, so most of them will be open at your visit. If you google Meteora and opening hours you'll more exact times to visit. You support the monastries by visiting them, but actually it's the scenery of the landscape and the views over the monastries that will blow your mind. Don't miss the sunrise-tour :)