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Mosteiros em Meteora

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Full-Day Meteora Tour from Athens by Train
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Full-Day Meteora Tour from Athens by Train

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When visiting Athens, take a full-day detour to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Meteora. Ride a train through the Grecian countryside with included rail tickets and travel from the town of Kalambaka to the ancient clifftop monasteries in a luxury minibus with onboard Wi-Fi. View all six sky-high monastic retreats and visit three of them. You’ll discover hermit caves and enjoy lunch along the way.
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Gina F wrote a review Jul. 2020
11 contributions1 helpful vote
Going to Meteora ? Few tips to make your trip more enjoyable We just a perfect two day stay in this amazing place. We took the train from Athens - Larissa station at 7:20 am and arrived around 11:30. From there it’s a quick taxi ride to your hotel or the monasteries. We decided to spend 2 night to really get a feeling of the place and not rush. Our Taxi driver Thimios was so nice that we decided to organize a private tour with him. It’s usually 20 Euros per hour and we totally recommend it. It gets hot in Meteora so it’s worth having someone who knows the place so you don’t waste time and energy walking blindly. If you want to contact him you can do it by phone or e-mail. He knows the perfect spots for pictures and will pick the best monasteries for you.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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jazzi966 wrote a review Dec. 2019
Flushing, New York17 contributions3 helpful votes
Meteora is fascinating. The monasteries on a high cliff are breathtaking. Our tour guide explained how the monks and hermits lived. We toured the region in an air conditioned bus stopping at the sites for pictures and site seeing I highly recommend this tour.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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goncalvesjosepcf wrote a review Dec. 2019
Lisbon, Portugal148 contributions43 helpful votes
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Here you will find the Natures in his best and some exquisite ideas of the Man. Is a strange and magnifique place
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Sr.Seguro wrote a review Dec. 2019
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Since we usually have some part of our seaside vacations in Greece, for us it's a very good tradition to visit this area because we are Orthodox Christians, firstly, and since the very atmosphere, freshness of air, perception of freedom and the very views are so impressive to be described that it's necessary to feel them all at site, secondly. Better to plan your visit by some rented car if you wish some real independence from any group, be there before the very opening and to visit as many monasteries as you want. We started our trip there from Neoi Poroi at some about 6.00 a.m.; roads are very good and almost empty within these hours and therefore, at 7.30 we had our short rest at the gas station when monasteries were on our horizon :). This gas station ERIV (will be at the same side of the highway you'll follow) is very suited for this :) - nice veranda for grabbing coffee, very amicable owner Greek-Italian or Italian-Greek makes it very tasty :) and prices for the very gasoline are good. After refilling your car just in 20-25 minutes you'll be over that famous touristic sight plate where without any interference you'll have as much time as you wish to admire the whole valley beneath, the rocks around and monasteries over them - so nice to be there when there is none of any group tourists :). Then continue your way to Great Meteoro as the farthest monastery in your route and from there it's better to start your acquaintance with them. We had visited three monasteries (Meteoro, Varlaam and Roussanou) and thus, this consequence confirmed to be the most logic :) - and when the majority of all groups just begin to overcrowd the area you'll already be at Roussanou after patient, calming and non-packed visits to all planned places including the museum at Varlaam and souvenir shops in all three. Summing up, the very place is very inspiring for life and really boosts everyday moods :). At noon following these itinerary and schedule you'll be free to start your way back to the seaside :).
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Date of experience: June 2019
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MitziMarmot wrote a review Oct. 2019
Casper, Wyoming1,631 contributions120 helpful votes
The monasteries atop of the towering rocks are very impressive. It is amazing how they got them built without modern technology. My bad knees were thankful that I could just walk into St. Stephen's Monastery.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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