METEORA DAY TOUR
From Athens or Thessaloniki to Meteora and back
GETTING TO KALAMPAKA:
Departing from Athens, the train is by far the most pleasant way to get to Kalambaka.
From Athens or Thessaloniki, you can take either a train or a bus up to Meteora. The trains servicing the northern part of Greece leave from the “Larissa station” in Athens, while the buses serving that part of the country leave from Terminal B, at Liossion Street.
Also, we can schedule to pick you up from Athens or Thessaloniki with a minibus. (Contact us for more information)
In case you arrive in Kalambaka by train, we can pick you up from the train station and start the tour.
Train schedules can be obtained from the OSC website 
Live unforgettable moments at Meteora following the paths carved by the very first monks. Having your very own personal guide will help notice all the small things, fell the spiritual energy and the sanctity of this magical place, making your experience a unique.
Visit Saint Antonios, where the first hermits arrived in the area of Meteora
Visit 3 monasteries
Visit St George the Mandilas
Stops in many spots for amazing photos
Visit the Byzantine church dedicated virgin Mary which is built 300 years before the first monks arrived in Meteora
Price per person with a minibus: 25 euros (maximum 8 persons)
Price by taxi 20 euros per hour
Prive daily tour: Minimum 170 euros / 2-8 persons
A schedule is made after considering your own needs (private tour only)
A tour guide
Transportation is by a Taxi or a VIP Mini Bus (both are equipped with air-conditioning)
Bottled water for each passenger
Stops for sightseeing, taking pictures when requested
Learning about the culture of the locals
Entrance fees to the monasteries and museums are not included.
The tour guide is not for inside the monasteries
Kalambaka Kastraki Kastraki Meteora Kalambaka or Kalambaka Theopetra Theopetra Kalambaka Kastraki Meteora Kalambaka
Begins at 11:31 am.
We will pick you up from the Kalambaka train station at 11:31 (The train departs from Athens at 7:20 am)