Meteora

Welcome to Meteora


The word Meteora means literally “hovering in the air” and brings to mind the word meteor. This rare geological phenomenon is one of the mysteries of nature. You can visit the rock monasteries that have been characterized by UNESCO as a unique phenomenon of cultural heritage.

Points of interest

Stay in Kalampaka or make a daily excursion

Visit the most important monestaries:

Holy Monastery of Great Meteoron

Holy Monastery of Varlaam

Holy Monastery of Rousanou

 Holy Monastery of St. Nicholas Anapausas

Holy Monastery of St. Stephen.

Monastery of Holy Trinity

The Monasteries of Meteora can change the opening hours and days without any prior notice.

Dress code: To enter all monasteries of Meteora all men are required to wear long pants, while sleeveless t-shirts or sleeveless shirts are strictly forbidden! For ladies’ long skirts needed while shoulders must be covered at all times

Visit the towns of Kalampaka and Kastraki

Don’t miss to explore Theopetra Cave, only  4 km away from Meteora

Visit Thessaloniki

Tour to Southen Greece, like Thessaloniki, Pella

Length of stay: 1 up to 4 days

Getting there:

There are 3 main ways of getting here: by train, bus, by car, or a combination of these three.

  • By bus known as the KTEL Trikalon
  • By train from Athens and Thessaloniki
  • By private car

Indepedent travel

For travelers to Meteora I provide two options

We can book hotels & transfers in Meteora only, or excursions from Athens/Thessaloniki to Meteora

Due to COVID19 travel restrictions may change, you can check the following link for up-to-date information. https://travel.gov.gr/#/

*All prices & holidays details are subject to availability on confirmation

Air transportation to Europe and between countries not included.

I can help you make arrangements, but does not include tickets in pricing.

Recommended hotels

Doupiani House ***

Archontiko Mesohori ****

Meteora

Booking information

Contact at vpitsouli@ticketseller.gr or call me

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