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Reviewed 17 September 2016

Who would have thought that mountains with steep cliffs could serve as sanctuaries for monks? Such is the case for this place. At present there are a total of 6 monasteries located on top of the mountain ranges of Meteora. We were fortunate enough to have been able to visit two of them. Entrance fees are quite cheap, only 3 Euros per person and the views from the monasteries are simple breathtaking. The details of the design of the monasteries are very intricate. One who is a fan of great architecture and wall paintings would surely find this place very interesting. If you are travelling to Greece, make sure you visit this place.

Date of experience: September 2016
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Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

We stayed in the town and drove up to the monastery early in the morning. You have to see this place with your own eyes to really appreciate it.

The roads are well maintained and easy to drive however If you don't want to, there are plenty of daily full and half day bus tours as well. We visited 2 monasteries and in retrospect we should have only stuck to the Great Meteoron; no other monastery is comparable in size or things to see.

Date of experience: September 2016
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Reviewed 16 September 2016 via mobile

Such as beutiful and unique place. Amusing and priceless view for hole life, that is uforgattable expiriance

Date of experience: September 2016
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Reviewed 15 September 2016

Truly an incredible place! If you are a lover of history, hiking, photography or dramatic scenery, you won't regret a visit. Six monasteries remain (centuries ago, there were dozens), each perched on rocky outcroppings in a stunning setting. If all you can mange is a day trip from Athens or Thessaloniki, you'll still get a lot of enjoyment out of it, but I think ideally 2 days would allow you the chance to see all the monasteries, linger in the ones that appeal to you, soak up the views from the various scenic spots, take a few of the longer non-monastery treks (want to see the monk's prison, anyone?) and enjoy the glorious evening light. I visited in a rental car, which made it easy to backtrack and revisit interesting spots at different times of day to appreciate them in different light, but dedicated walkers/hikers would have no trouble walking to all of the monasteries in 2 days. Entrance to each monastery is 3 euros, and women must wear skirts to the knee and cover their shoulders (scarves and wrap skirts can be borrowed free of charge at each location). You can see a lot even if you don't go into the monasteries, but I suggest you spend the money to visit at least a few. At several of the larger monasteries, small carts set up which sell (at a moderate markup) snacks and drinks, so if you didn't bring anything with you, you aren't out of luck.

Date of experience: September 2016
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Reviewed 14 September 2016 via mobile

The special energy of the Monasteries, the view, the buildings. A must see in Greece,an experience like in Lord of the Rings.

Date of experience: September 2016
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