Meteora is a must-see destination in Greece because it is a unique geological phenomenon located in central Greece, near Kalambaka.
The massive natural rock towers are home to 14th-century cliff top monasteries built by Eastern Orthodox hermit monks who arrived in the area in the ninth century and began living in the caves and fissures of the rocks.
Meteora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Greece’s largest and most precipitously built complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries.
The day trip to Meteora starts very early in the morning. Depending on where you are picked up, the estimated departure time is 06:30.
On our way to Meteora, we will stop for breakfast and then visit the hagiography workshop, where we will be able to observe the hagiography process on religious icons.
Meanwhile, on the bus, the guide will take advantage of the time and provide you with important information about Greece’s history from antiquity to the present.