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Kalambaka 42200, Greece
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This is no doubt amazing place with spectacular views and truly inspiring history. It's also true that if you in a hurry and don't have time to visit all of the monasteries this should be the one to go. There are museums where you can...More

Thank Mariya K
Reviewed 1 week ago

These monasteries are amazing!! I can't believe humans built these (and not the gods) because they are literally on top of the mountains. Meteroa means "suspended in the sky" and that is pretty accurate. This was the one place my husband wanted to visit Greece....More

Thank V4044AXstephaniel
Reviewed 1 week ago

The monastery was close on Thusday so we had to go early in the morning on Wednesday. Fantastic place - very beautiful and very spiritual!

Thank smily53
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the largest monastery in the area with the most visitors. Aim to go around lunchtime. There is a lot to see. Make sure you see the old kitchen and the cellar. Very impressive how they used to cook and make wine and flour....More

Thank Anna G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Amazing experience visiting the Great Metroron Monastery which is now inhabited by only 4 monks. Magnificent church

Thank Colin G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you have the stamina and patience to climb the 270 stairs to the top, you will be rewarded with a chance to explore highest, largest and oldest of the six Monasteries, currently open to the public. The main cathedral full of rare medieval frescoes,...More

Thank Despina P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This monastery has completed around 630 years since it has been built, its one of the biggest of all 6 monasteries in the area. Its got a lot of displays of displays of how world war affected the and also on the history of the...More

Thank Kmehrotra
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the largest monastery of the six, and it provides the most background information on the area and the history of Meteora. If you only had time for one monastery, I would visit this one.

Thank smileyfacegrace
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The climb down and up the stairs is well worth the reward of the museum and church alone. Please be sure to dress appropriately and modestly for the sites you are visiting! The museum has many doctrines and history of the area on display. The...More

Thank Jil S
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

Definitely the busiest monastery out of the 6. And honestly speaking, if you've been to a monastery, you've been to all of them. This is the most visited for its size and popularity but in my opinion, monastery Roussanou is better in so many ways....More

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Baru K
Hi, can we get close to the monastery with a car? Or do we have to walk on our own. Thank you. Barbara
22 June 2015|
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Response from Stefan M |
You can get to the parking lot at the entrance to the monastery. Then...the unforgettable experience begins. Climbing, the breathtaking view and the spiritual journey!
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