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Tour to Meteora


A Preserved and Protected Monument of Humanity

Welcome to METEORA One of the greatest monuments of the world, protected by UNESCO, Meteora is the most important (after Aghios Oros) monastic center in Greece. The first ascetics came here in the 11th century. Meteora, however, flourished as a monastic center between the 13th and 14th century as many people who lived in the nearby areas embraced the monastic way of living.



Meteora is a unique and stunning location in Greece, known for its monasteries perched on top of towering rock formations. If you’re planning on sightseeing Meteora, here are some things you might want to know:

Wear appropriate clothing: The monasteries at Meteora are still active religious sites, so visitors are required to dress modestly. Be sure to wear clothing that covers your shoulders and knees, and avoid wearing shorts or revealing tops.

Book in advance: Some of the monasteries have limited visiting hours and may require a reservation in advance. Be sure to check the opening hours and make any necessary bookings before you arrive.

Choose your route: There are several different hiking trails and roads that lead to the monasteries, so be sure to choose a route that suits your fitness level and interests. Some routes are more challenging than others, but all offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

Respect the sites: Remember that the monasteries are active religious sites, so it’s important to be respectful of the monks and nuns who live there. Avoid taking photos inside the monasteries or using flash photography.

Take your time: Meteora is a truly unique and breathtaking location, so be sure to take your time and enjoy the scenery. Don’t rush through your visit; take in the views, explore the monasteries, and soak up the atmosphere.

Some of the most famous monasteries at Meteora include the Great Meteoron Monastery, the Varlaam Monastery, and the Roussanou Monastery. Be sure to visit these landmarks and explore the hiking trails to fully appreciate the beauty of this incredible location.

12 hours tour (665€)

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