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Meteora Monasteries and Hermit Caves Day Trip with optional lunch
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Meteora Monasteries and Hermit Caves Day Trip with optional lunch

By Visit Meteora Travel
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Duration: 14h
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  • Bottled water
  • Transport by air-conditioned vehicle with wifi
  • Local English speaking tour leader
  • Visit inside 3 monasteries and the hidden hermit caves
  • USB chargers at the bus
  • Free WIFI on board
  • Lunch in a local restaurant (if option selected)
What's not included
  • Entrance fees (3 euros per person at each monastery)
  • State Licensed guide, inside the monasteries
  • Entry/Admission - Meteora
  • Entry/Admission - Agios Stefanos
  • Entry/Admission - Varlaam Monastery


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  • St. Larissis, Athens 104 37, Greece
    The bus will depart from Larissis train station in Athens at 08:00am. We request you to be present at the exit of the Larissa metro/subway station on Deligianni str, directly opposite the Athens train station Everest cafe, by 07:45am. Here is the location: https://goo.gl/maps/16AcMUsyJNSoFF698
End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Infant seats available
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 6575P10

    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not recommended for travellers with back problems
    • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
    • Most travellers can participate
    • Dress Code for Monastery Visits: Please note that a modest dress code is enforced to enter the monasteries. For women, skirts below the knee or longer are required. Pants, shorts, or sleeveless shirts are not allowed. For men, sleeveless clothing and shorts above the knee are also prohibited.
    • Rain or Shine: This tour will take place regardless of the weather conditions. Please come prepared with appropriate clothing and accessories to ensure a comfortable experience.
    • Climbing Steps to Monastery Tops: Please be aware that reaching the top of the monasteries involves climbing steps. There are no elevators available, so please consider this if you have any mobility concerns.
    • Pick-up and Drop-off at Kalambaka Train Station: Your tour guide will be waiting for you at Kalambaka Train Station, regardless of any train delays. Please be aware that the activity provider is not responsible for any train delays that may affect the duration of the tour.
    • Please make sure you have cash for the monasteries 3 euro each entrance. There is no ATM machine in the area.
    • Supplier is not responsible if you miss the bus please be there on time (15 minutes before the departure)
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 35 travelers
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 35 travellers

    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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    Vero
    57 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Jan 2020
    So I had a TERRIBLE starting experience. I missed the train for listening to someone telling me false information. This caused me to take a taxi to the next station which cost me every penny I had and more! I actually shorted the taxi driver because it was 85 euros and I only had 78 euros..... anyways, I didnt have money to visit anything and the guide and driver were INCREDIBLY kind enough to offer to pay for my entrance. You could really tell they loved what they did and enjoyed sharing it with other. Incredible experience. I thought I was going to have an awful day but, it all worked out because of them.
    Written 21 January 2020
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    California3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Apr 2022
    It was a long day, but well worth the trip from Athens. The weather was lovely, the history was fascinating, and the views were breathtaking.

    Since it is such an early morning, you can buy sesame seed bread rolls just outside the railway station in Athens, and there is a coffee shop just inside the train station, if needed. There is also a dining car in the train, itself. You enter the railway station at Athens and go to the middle track #8 for the train to Kalambaka. Take the escalator downstairs and then back up to cross over to platform #8.

    We went to the grocery store the day before to buy snacks and pita bread along with dips, and drinks to eat while in the train. Although I wanted the 1st class tickets and they were sold out, the main economy section wasn't bad. Just more people.

    When you arrive in Kalambaka, you disembark and just outside are the many tour operators there with your names on clipboards so you know which tour you are with. Our tour guide, Vigalis was a resident of Meteora and was very knowledgeable about the history of the city and monasteries.

    You stop first at a road side where you can see the hermit monks' cave retreats in the mountain side. Very interesting history of how once they decide to become hermit monks, they live out the rest of their lives. You are here about 1/2 hour.

    Then there is a bathroom break and stop for a quick take out lunch or eat in lunch at a local cafe. From there, you drive to the monasteries. You visit 3/6 active monasteries- 2 were convents and 1 was a monastery. Women need to have a scarf tied along their waists for entrance regardless of what they are wearing. If you don't have a scarf, they will sell you one for 3Eu. Men cannot be wearing shorts.
    You must have cash for entrance and each adult ticket is 3 Eu each at each of the stops.

    By the time you are dropped back off at the train station around 4:30pm, you have visited 3 places and visited a breathtaking vista point for amazing photographs.

    It is a long day trip, but well worth it. You will not be disappointed that you made the trip and took the time to wake up early and come back late. We arrived back at Athens around 9:15pm and had the same taxi driver who dropped us off in the morning, waiting for us when we came back.
    Written 19 April 2022
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    Jenna E
    Calgary, Canada18 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Oct 2021
    This October was our first time visiting Greece and my husband was dead set on visiting Meteora. I was hesitant because of the long train ride and the fact that it would take an entire day, but let me tell you.. it is 100% worth it.
    This is a truly unique, potentially once in a lifetime experience that combines unimaginable natural majesty with human tenacity and historical wonder. The scenery alone would have been worth the trip, but our amazing guided tour made for a very rich experience.
    Our Tour guide Katerina was incredibly personable and very knowledgeable, and as a local to the area you could tell she had a deep personal connection to the region and the history there. I know if we had visited the monasteries on our own we would not have gotten as much out of it: learning from Katerina about the history and tenacity of the monastic community made for a fascinating experience.
    In terms of logistics, the train ride was actually very pleasant, and especially on the way there we enjoyed seeing the greek country side. In our opinion it is worth it to upgrade to the first class seats and get a carriage! Make sure you bring your vaccination certificates with you in order to board the train, we almost missed the train as we weren't aware and had to dig in our phones to find them.
    The tour bus was very comfortable and I could see the benefit in taking a tour rather than trying to drive yourself up the twisting roads and find parking.
    For the ladies, you will see the dress code requires a long skirt or dress, for me it was worth it to find a suitable dress and wear it rather than buying the scarfs they sell to wrap around your waist. I felt dressed for the occasion and felt like I was respecting the wishes of the monasteries.
    Over all, I would highly recommend this tour: it is well worth taking a day of your time in Greece. It was truly unforgettable!
    Written 13 October 2021
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    Jade Leow
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    Sept 2022 • Couples
    We were brought to a restaurant for lunch after our 4hr train journey to kalambaka. We felt it was quite commercialised and quite rushed and there was inadequate sitting. The food was buffet style probably to cater to the large numbers in a short time. The food was tasty but on the expensive side.
    The air conditioning in the bus was severely inadequate. With the numerous stops and the hot weather, it was suffocating esp with a full bus load of tourists. In my opinion, there were too many monasteries visited. Fewer stops with more indepth explanation about the insides of the monasteries would have been more informative.
    The trip ended with only abt 35 min for us to grab dinner before the 4hr journey back and we had to rush to locate a place to get food as the supermarket we were
    dropped at was closed.
    The train carriage we were seated in had almost no air flow and we had to move to the cafeteria for the whole 4hr journey back
    Advise is buy the first class train tickets.
    All in all, not an enjoyable day despite the nice scenery
    Written 16 September 2022
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    Nydia H
    Glendale, AZ72 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Aug 2022
    I had a great time on the trip and the monasteries were amazing. Our guide told us the history of the sites we visited, and she was friendly, accommodating and knowledgeable. Our bus driver was skilled and helpful, even assisting with photographs. It is a beautiful place that should not be missed. The train ride is very long, if I visit again, I may stay overnight.
    My tip for visiting: Please, please respect the requests to dress appropriately. It was disappointing to see my fellow tourmates in sports bras and shorts. The tour information stressed it multiple times and people just ignored. Bring cash, some areas had a 3 euro entrance fee. Also, I went in August - very hot, drink lots of water and wear clothing that can be removed when not on site.
    Overall, a breathtaking experience!!
    Written 19 August 2022
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    Lorenzobrn81
    Milan, Italy140 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Aug 2020
    The trip for Meteora is quite long, we left Athens at 7:20 am and we arrived at Kalabaka at 11:40. Our tour guide and driver were there waiting for us. After a stop near Badovas caves, we had a fast lunch; the tour guide was great, with a big knowledge of all Meteora attractions and the driver was very kind always taking pictures of us. Meteora and all the monasteries are very beautiful and interesting and panorama is really unique.
    After visiting 3 monasteries and many photo stops, we went back to the train station around 16:45 and took the train at 17:15.
    Written 13 September 2020
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    cheyebar
    Seattle, WA5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nov 2021
    This was a cool tour! The train ride from Athens to Meteora is beautiful but is 4 hours one way so be sure to factor that in to your plans. Definitely recommend getting the first class ticket so you can have a private cabin (unless you're with only 2 people then you may have to share). The tour and guide was knowledgable and we saw so many spectacular sights. There is a lot of steps and a lot of walking though which was fine for me but I saw many older people who had a tough time.
    Written 28 November 2021
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    mikelizzy
    Brampton, Canada15 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Oct 2021
    Excellent blend of learning about the history of the area (the arrival of the monks and eventual building of the monasteries), visiting 3 of the monasteries and breath taking scenery.
    Our guide, Maria, is a local and was able to share a lot of stories - both factual and some fable - about the history of the area. Maria was very knowledgeable and added a good balance of humour to the narrative.
    The train ride is long - highly recommend taking advantage of the first class upgrade.
    Written 13 October 2021
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    Ed C
    7 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Aug 2020 • Solo
    *dudes cant wear shorts*
    (So I wore shorts and put on thin trousers over the top when I went into the monasteries)

    Started the day at 6.20, walked to the station (about a 40 minute walk from Athens Studios). I had emailed the tour providers asking about the train ticket so they told me what platform to get on and when. Very helpful! I would have found myself in Turkey for all I know. 4 hour train up.
    But when we got there there was only 3 of us and we all became very chatty as the day went on and made the experience very fun!

    The views were just something else. So unbelievable, such an amazing day. Our tour guide was very open and talkative, so the time we had together flew.

    (Not entirely my opinion but..) The Slovenian man who was part of our 3 said he would have preferred to have done it by himself. I understand, as some of the information given about the priests was uninteresting, to me at least. The other person in the group, a young aussie girl, came to athens especially for this trip so take that as you will.
    Highly recommend Meteora.

    Tour Guide 9/10
    Minibus 10/10
    Train journey (depends on you entirely)
    Views 9/10
    Written 14 August 2020
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    Linda L
    Winnipeg, Canada31 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nov 2021 • Friends
    This was a fascinating tour of a really stunning area of Greece. The train ride was long--4 hours each way, so it was worth paying a little extra for a first class carriage. Our guide, Vasili, and our driver were locals and extremely knowledgeable of the area and the 3 monasteries we visited, as well as the history of the monastic movement there. For anyone interested in the history of Christianity, this is a must-see; it's also worthwhile for anyone interested in the history of the area in general.

    My major caveat is that this is super demanding physically. I damaged my Achilles tendon shortly before this trip and simply could not manage the stairs at the first two, and while I was able to visit the third, I wasn't able to manage the flight to the WC. That being said, Vasili and our driver were really amazing, giving me the time I needed without pressuring me to hurry up, letting me stay comfortably in the bus, and taking gorgeous photos for me. I can't say enough great things about them!
    Written 17 November 2021
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