Meteora one day from Athens private taxi or Mini Van

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Daily service all year round for transfer to these locations: Athens - Meteora - Athens.

Athens – Meteora – Athens.  Daily service  all year round

06:00-07:00 Pick up from your hotel with a private taxi or minibus and English-speaking driver.
Drive duration is approximately  4  hours with stops for coffee or rest.
Arrive at Meteora and visit a minimum of 3 monasteries.
great-Meteoron/Varlaam-monastery/ st-stephens-monastery/st-Nikolaos-Anapafsas-monastery/holy-trinity-monastery/Roussanou-monastery/
after visiting monasteries, we can stop for lunch at Kalambaka.
On our way back to Athens we can always have a stop at Thermopylae.
price  780     euros  01-07 travellers with  a  Mercedes taxi or minibus
price  1000  euros  08-10 travellers with  a  Mercedes Vito  sprider
price  1200  euros   11-15  travellers with  a Mercedes Vito  sprider

Kalampaka (also spelt Kalambaka or Kalabaka) is a town of 12,000 citizens situated on the foot of the most extraordinary Meteora rocks.

Kalampaka is at times underestimated as merely sharing the glory of the Meteora pinnacles that spectacularly rise in the near background. However, it is a town with a vibrant and long history in itself.

A Greek inscription on the wall of one of the town’s oldest churches (Saint John the Baptist) testifies to the existence of an ancient Greek settlement under the name Eginio. Relics of an ancient Greek temple – probably of the god Apollo – have been incorporated into the wall of the town’s oldest and most renowned 10th-century church, dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Historical records refer to the town’s Byzantine name as Stagi when it became a significant centre of the Byzantine Empire.

Its modern name originates from the Turkish words kale mpak (prestigious castle), deriving from the days of the dominion of the Ottoman Empire. During the German Occupation of Greece, Kalampaka was burnt down by the German army in 1943 and then rebuilt.


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Kalampaka is 350 km away from Athens, 238 km away from Thessaloniki and 146 km from Volos – three of the largest Greek cities. The archaeological sites of Delphi and Dion are 3 hrs and 2 hrs away respectively. For sea adventures, the village of Achillion is 2.5 hours away, where you can catch a boat to the island of Skiathos. Alternatively, take a trip to the “Golden Beach” of Katerini which is 2 hours away.

For lovers of mountains, Greece’s highest mountain, Olympus, is also only 2 hours away. Check out our organized Day trip Tours for more details. Please refer to our special Outdoor activities section for local escapes to the surrounding Pindos mountains. Contact us for more information!

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