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Lasciati incantare dai monasteri di Meteora in un tour di 2 giorni in treno da Atene. Viaggia verso nord in treno fino a Kalambaka e dopo un po' di tempo libero per esplorare e rilassarti pernotta in hotel a 3 o 4 stelle. La mattina successiva goditi un tour guidato ai monasteri medievali, patrimonio dell'umanità dell'UNESCO, costruiti in cima a giganteschi pilastri di pietra arenaria. Il viaggio include i biglietti per il ritorno in treno, il pernottamento, il tour di mattina a Meteora e colazione e cena in hotel.
Dalla stazione ferroviaria di Atene, prendi il treno delle 08:27 in direzione Kalambaka e goditi un rilassante viaggio che ti offre la possibilità di ammirare la bellezza della campagna greca circostante.

All'arrivo alla stazione di Kalambaka intorno alle 13:30, incontra l'autista di lingua inglese che sarà provvisto di un cartello con scritto il tuo nome e che ti accompagnerà in hotel.

Avrai l'intero pomeriggio libero per scoprire questa pittoresca cittadina costruita ai piedi delle maestose Montagne Grigie, costellata dai monasteri di Meteora. Se lo desideri visita il Museo di storia naturale di Meteora e il Museo dei funghi. Esplora le collezioni del museo e impara a conoscere i funghi, significativi per i loro ampia varietà di forme e colori, mentre scopri le specie che prosperano in Grecia.

È inclusa la cena alla sera presso il ristorante dell'hotel.

La mattina successiva la nostra guida ti attenderà nella hall dell'hotel per visitare due dei principali monasteri di Meteora e scoprire la bellezza naturale e il patrimonio culturale di questa zona.

Il tuo tour mattutino ti porterà indietro al Medioevo e alla storia dei primi eremiti e monaci che gettarono le basi di quella che più tardi divenne la comunità monastica di Meteora. Scopri quale monastero fu fondato per primo e le vere motivazioni che spinsero i monaci a provare a scalare le ripide rocce di Meteora e costruire i monasteri alle loro sommità.

Dopo il tour mattutino, il tuo autista ti riaccompagnerà a Kalambaka, dove avrai tempo per il pranzo (a tue spese). Prendi il treno di ritorno per Atene alle 17:22 da Kalambaka, arriverai in città alle 22.15.

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K
, apr 2018

The four hour tour through Meteora was amazing! The process to get there -- not so much! I booked the trip over the phone, then got an email saying first class was no longer available. So we agreed to second class. I then got a second email telling me we do not have hotel transfers in Athens, which was weird since the gentleman I booked with had asked for our pick up and drop off hotels. So we found our own transfers. Then I got and email saying I did not have to print my voucher. So we did not print them.

When we arrived at the Athens train station there was no one there to give us our tickets. We got on the train and had to turn on our international phone plans in order to call Key Tours to find out how we were going to show the conductor our tickets. Apparently, at the bottom of one of the many emails we had received was one line with my name and .pdf and that is where the tickets were located.

When we got off the train in Kalambaka, there was no one there to meet us. Again, we had to call Key Tours and have them arrange for us to be taken to our hotel. A taxi driver arrived and took us there. The next morning, we went on a great tour to see three of the monasteries. That was the best part of the two days. Meteora is an excellent destination. Just be prepared for a few setbacks along the way.

J
, feb 2018

Get to Meteora any way you can. It is well worth any inconvenience. The train is slow, makes a bunch of stops, and of course, full of locals and fellow travellers. I was a solo traveller in second class and met a young German couple also going to Meteora to experience its majesty. The train is comfortable with overhead racks for carryon -- travel light -- and there is a food car with decent and reasonably priced sandwiches and drinks. Most people carry on their own food which is a pretty good idea. If you are travelling with others, then the trip will go faster but 5 hours is a very long time on this multi-stop train. It took less time to travel from Newark to Phoenix than Athens to Meteora although the food was better on the train. Kalambaka was charming, the hotel ok but I wouldn't want to stay there again Hotel Orpheus, and dinner and breakfast in this tour included which was ok. Despite the rain and fog February is NOT a prime month to visit, but better than not visiting, Meteora was one of the most jaw-dropping experiences ever. Do what you can to see it!

a
, nov 2017

Everything met with our expectations, this is an incredible place and totally unique. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. Unfortunately the 4 star hotel was sold out and our 3 star hotel was nice in many ways. The included dinner was not especially good though.
October is absolutely the perfect time for visiting Greece, the temperature is just right and there are fewer tourists.

m
, ott 2017

The trip to Meteora was one of the most wonderful tours I have taken in any country and is highly recommended. We were issued first class train tickets and picked up at the train station by a taxi and driven to our hotel. The hotel was nice especially the staff and the dinner and breakfast buffet were good. But what made the tour really special was our guide James who was born in the area and our driver. We saw five monasteries visually and visited three. All three monasteries we visited were really interesting. We met other people on the train who were doing an independent visit and they saw only one monastery while we saw three in one morning! The information and commentary provided by James throughout the trip was interesting and entertaining.

S
, feb 2017

We took the train into Kalambaka and stayed at the Divani Hotel. The train ride lasts about 5 hours, but the time is well-worth the trip. Meteora is simply amazing in history and for touring the monasteries. The overnight trip is important to be able to see the monasteries in the morning, as most of them are closed in the afternoon. Everything is taken care of on this trip - train tickets, taxi to hotel, and knowledgeable tour guide thank you Dimitrius!

L
, giu 2016

While once in the town of Kalabaka everything went smoothly, getting there was not so easy. We missed our train and had to buy bus tickets to get to Kalabaka. They only phone# we had was for our taxi driver who helped.
The tour of the monasteries was great and our guide was friendly, andl informed.


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