Meteora, Greece


Greece Tour

Athens / Kalambaka (Meteora) / Delphi / Olympia / Kalamata / Monemvasía / Nafplio

When myth become reality

The timeless beauty of classical civilization combined with the dazzling landscapes of the Greek peninsula

Our journey begins in Athens, the only city capable of rivalling Rome and Jerusalem for its glorious past and influence on Western civilization. Even today, going in the direction of the East, Athens is the last great European city on the continent and the first if one travels in the opposite direction. This is a unique combination of both cultures. It is a city that will have to be explored with a curious spirit because its past and beauty are immersed amid a proliferation of modern constructions.

Then we go to Kalambaka to visit the Meteora Monasteries, named a World Heritage Site by Unesco. The journey continues through the Peloponnese, the southern Greek peninsula separated from the mainland by the Isthmus of Corinth. It is a region rich in history and beautiful landscapes. In the northwest corner are the ancient sites of Epidaurus, Corinth – one of the busiest ports of antiquity – and Mycenae, with their famous palace complexes and royal tombs. Further south, Mani is a region of valleys covered with wildflowers and gloomy mountains in which strange stone towers served as a shelter. Monemvasía has the charm of any old and walled city: cobbled stone streets, a network of houses with tiny patios and gardens, and a raised Venetian fortress, from which there are fabulous views. Located in the center of the Peloponnese, Mistrá is a magical region of glittering light, where we will see sumptuous Byzantine palaces, ghostly monasteries and churches adorned with exquisite frescoes.


    With its three thousand years of history, Athens is a city rich in archaeological remains and monuments from all eras. But it is also a modern city that seduces with subtle devices: it’s color palette, urban landscape, cafes, and slopes allow you to contemplate it from different points.
    is a rock formation in central Greece, home to one of the largest Orthodox monastery complexes. The first monasteries appeared as early as the 10th century. When the Ottoman occupation of the area occurred, the hermit monks sought to retreat from the growing threat. They saw the inaccessible rock pillars of Meteora as the ideal refuge, and they built more than 20 monasteries.
    was an important religious center sacred to the god Zeus, whose colossal statue was considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World. But of course, the city was also famous for the athletic games held there every four years.
    the ancient kingdom of Agamemnon, rich in gold. Among the most visible remains of its archaeological site are the cyclopean walls of the acropolis ruins, the famous Lion Gate and the burial chambers.


  • 16 nights accommodation in 4* hotels with breakfast
  • Transportation, tour leader and local guides services throughout the tour according to the itinerary
  • 4 nights in Athens with a panoramic tour, entrance to Acropolis, National Archaeological Museum, welcome dinner
  • 2 nights in Kalambaka, Meteora monasteries, 1 dinner
  • 1 night in Delphi, visit the temple, theater and archaeological museum, 1 dinner
  • 2 nights in Olympia, visit Naupacto, 1 dinner
  • 2 nights in Kalamata, Venetian castle of Modona, Messenia, 1 dinner
  • 2 nights in Monemvasia with a panoramic tour
  • 3 nights in Nafplio with a panoramic tour, visit Mycenae, Epidaurus, 1 lunch and farewell dinner
  • Entrance fees to the museums and sites mentioned in the program

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