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Kalabaka: Meteora Monasteries Minibus Tour with Photo Stops

1. Kalabaka: Meteora Monasteries Minibus Tour with Photo Stops

Explore Meteora's religious highlights on this guided minibus tour from Kalabaka. Stop at Saint Antonios where the first hermits arrived in Meteora and travel to the cave of St. George the Mandilas. Drive to three local monasteries where you can take photos and visit a Byzantine church.  Meet your guide at the Kalampaka Train Station and hop aboard a comfortable and air-conditioned mini-bus. Sit back and relax on the scenic drive to Saint Antonios, where the first hermits arrived in the area of Meteora. Listen as your guide tells you about this 10-century history. Discover how the first hermit monks sought isolation here and laid the foundations for Meteora's monastic life. Find out about how the caves of the area are filled with abandoned hermitages from that period. Continue to three Meteora Monasteries where the minibus will stop so you can take pictures of stunning views of these ancient religious sites. Go to a cave that is dedicated to the venerated Saint George the Mandilas. Head to a Byzantine church that was dedicated to the virgin Mary and was built 300 years before the first monks arrived in Meteora. Return to the train station in Kalampaka at the end of your tour.

Meteora: Natural History Museum and Mushroom Museum Tour

2. Meteora: Natural History Museum and Mushroom Museum Tour

The Museum hosts two permanent collections: The first one is about animals and contains approximately 350 species of birds and mammals. The second one is about mushrooms and contains about 250 species. The collection of animals consists of high quality stuffed birds and mammals, made by Europe's best taxidermists. Among the exhibits, there are extinct species, many endangered and rare ones. The Mushroom Museum is one of the few in the world. Its collection includes handmade mushroom sculptures maintaining the similarity of colors, shapes and size. They are presented in three stages of development. Animals and mushrooms are presented in dioramas, which depict exactly the natural terrain where they live and grow into. In the Museum's souvenir store you will find the product range that the Museum has created with about 60 different mushroom and truffle products. You will taste some mushroom products and don't forget the mushroom sweet, which is a Greek innovation!

From Athens: Meteora Private Day Trip & Monasteries

3. From Athens: Meteora Private Day Trip & Monasteries

Meteora is a small peninsula in northern Greece. It is one of the most important tourist destinations in the country, and it has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988. The site consists of six monasteries with built-in rock churches and their surrounding walls. The peninsula is a popular destination for Greek and international tourists, because of the natural beauty and the rich cultural heritage of the site. The Meteora complex consists of six monasteries at different elevations, with built-in rock churches, that are experienced as a whole: Agios Stefanos or Deftistrias Monastery, the largest, highest and most visited; Balarikas Monastery also known as St. John the Theologian; Kalampaka Monastery, which is dedicated to Saint Nicholas; Roussanou Monastery or Panagia Kalanias (Church of the Virgin); Dicte Monastery or Agios Athanasios (Holy Trinity), and Psych as Monastery or Agia Psychas (Holy Cross). Transportation and navigation are taken care of by your private guide and driver, for a seamless experience.

From Athens: Ancient Greece & Zakynthos Private 5-Day Trip

4. From Athens: Ancient Greece & Zakynthos Private 5-Day Trip

Explore some of classical Greece's most famous landmarks on a private 5-day tour. Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Archaeological Site of Mycenae, Ancient Olympia, and the monasteries of Meteora. Discover Zakynthos Island and see its many caves on a day cruise. On Day 1, get picked up by your driver then drive along the Attica coastline toward the Ancient Theater of Epidaurus, making a stop at the famous Canal of Corinth to admire the breathtaking views along the way. Later, stop at Nafplio and discover its iconic Venetian fortress of Palamidi, as well as the fortified islet of Bourtzi. Next, move on to the renowned ancient town of Mycenae to explore its archaeological site. Leave Mycenae after to arrive at Ancient Olympia for an overnight stay. On Day 2, your driver will pick you up again from your hotel and take you to the archaeological site of Ancient Olympia, where the first Olympic Games took place in 776 B.C. After sightseeing in Olympia, head to Kyllini Port to take the ferry to Zakynthos. Check in at your hotel and then have the rest of the day at your leisure. Overnight in Zakynthos. On Day 3, get transferred to Zakynthos Marina by your driver before hopping aboard a local boat cruise to explore the island. Visit the Blue Caves and the shipwreck, and enjoy a photo stop at Porto Vromi where the boat pulls up next to the Agalas and Keri Caves. Have the chance to go swimming in the area of St. Nickolas, Vasilikos, where the boat anchors for about an hour. If you're lucky, you'll even spot sea turtles during the cruise. At the end of your boat tour, return to your hotel with your driver. After breakfast on Day 4, take the ferry from Zakynthos to Kyllini and continue the tour to Delphi. Cross over the amazing bridge of Rion – Antirion before reaching Delphi. There, visit the archeological site and, of course, the Museum of Delphi. Later, visit Arachova, a simultaneously traditional and modern small city, for coffee or lunch. Depart from Arachova and drive through central Greece to Kalambaka, a small traditional town built at the foot of the majestic grey rocks of the great Meteora Monasteries. Overnight in Meteora. On Day 5, visit Meteora and marvel at the unique and impressive scenery of ageless monasteries standing atop huge rocks between the earth and sky. On the way back to Athens, pass by the small towns of Domokos, Kamena Vourla, and Thermopiles before arriving in Athens late in the afternoon.

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What an amazing day. We visited 5 monasteries, one of the best being one that most tourists miss. Our guide was super knowledgeable about the history of Meteora, and of Greece in general. There was no lack of stops for amazing photo opportunities. The tour bus was modern, clean and comfortable. We hope to get the chance to return for a longer, more thorough tour!

The tour is well organized. We saw a lot and got a lot of information.