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2 Patriarchou Dimitriou, Kastraki, Kalambaka 422 00, Greece
+30 2432 078455
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2 Patriarchou Dimitriou, Kastraki, Kalambaka 422 00, Greece
+30 2432 078455
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Reviewed yesterday

One of the most amazing places I've ever been to. I have slight mobility issues due to chronic back pain problems so going to see the monasteries was difficult for me, but it was worth it. Take your time if need be, go as slow...More

Thank LindsayErins
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a must for at least one time in your life. Really hard to explain the beauty of this area. It's simply so amazing. One of nature's diamond.

Thank Arnholtz
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

These monasteries are spectacular! Perched on the top of rocks and beautiful! The traffic and parking along the route can be very very crowded so we recommend taking a tour, which we almost never do. In this case, however, it was only 8 people in...More

1  Thank kathleenP1956
Reviewed 2 days ago

Some of the iconic monasteries of Meteora are inaccessible to the public, however we got to visit several over a 3 hour stay. It pays to be able to walk up some quite challenging steep stone steps, however the effort is well worth it, with...More

Thank Richard E
Reviewed 3 days ago

The pinnacles of the Meteora with the monastries perched atop the spectacular peaks are something not to be missed on a trip to Greece. Can get very busy and some of the monastries require a lot of walking/steps to reach but well worth the effort....More

Thank JanT24
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The monasteries in Meteora were well worth our trip. We went to three of them in one morning. They all required some walking to get from the parking area to the entrance of the monastery. Stefanos required only a few steps on flat ground, parking...More

Thank chandeb
Reviewed 6 days ago

Meteora is not part of the UNESCO World Heritage for nothing. It is truly an amazing place. The Monasteries are quite small on the inside - of course, since those are built on top of the rock formations - but it is worth climbing all...More

Thank Alexandra P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The area is spectacular. The rock formations are beautiful and such a joy to photograph. As you drive through the area you will see the various monasteries on the cliffs. Definitely a must see when in the area.

Thank Ramadama
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

An absolute gem hidden in Greece. Glad we made the trek from Australia by motor home to this place! Majestic monasteries suspended in the sky for centuries looking over an amazing landscape and cliffs waiting to be climbed. Unbelievable how little known the area is...More

Thank Nicky C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The place has beautiful view of the great rocks with the monsetaries on them. The monasteries are rare in their beauty. Looks like one of the wonders of the world.

Thank Serez1969
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14 September 2017|
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Response from OksanaYo | Reviewed this property |
It is possible to walk from Kastraki village to any of the monasteries, but you need to be prepared to do quite a lot of hiking and walking, including many steps up to the monasteries themselves. If I remember correct there... More
13 September 2017|
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Response from Roma108 | Reviewed this property |
Take it. If it is not liked they will tell you. Most of the monasteries are darkish inside so worry about the sun
18 July 2017|
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Response from Rutgerek | Reviewed this property |
For women dress code is a little stricter enforced, than for men, but for both goes: dress or trousers below the knees, shoulders should be covered. Spare scarves available to wear across upper body or as a skirt.