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Meteora Wheelchair Central Greece Accessible Greece Tours
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Meteora Wheelchair Accessible Tours
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Meteora wheelchair accessible tours in Greece, are one of the most suggestive places you can ever seen.

Meteora is the second most important monastery complex in Greece, after Mount Athos.

The Orthodox Church has always had an eye in choosing spectacular locations for its places of worship.

The name of Meteora in Greek means “suspended” and no other name could be more appropriate.

The monasteries were built on top of rock towers sculpted by wind and water.

Even if you are not a devotee but here, in this remote place in the heart of Greece, to be precise in Thessaly, nature and religion come together in a perfect union.

The mysticism of this area, although it has been somewhat lost over time, is still tangible.

The monasteries perched on the pinnacles are an incredible sight.

At the same time they are the concretization of this religious nuance of the Meteora.

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In all, in Meteora there are 24 monasteries, all built on sandstone cliffs and accessible by stairs carved into the rock.

Out of the 24 ancient monasteries only 6 are still intact and can be visited.

Agios Stefanos, Agia Triada, Gran Meteora, Varlaam, Roussanou and Agios Nikolaos.

All the others have been destroyed over time and only a part of the ruins are preserved.

Agios Stefanos is directly accessible from the main road without steps.

The first hermits appeared in Meteora in the XI century, but it is only during the Ottoman Empire, in the second half of the XV century, that Meteora began to flourish.

It’s nice to choose to sit in scenic spots or listen to the peace of the functions if you happen to find them.

The Meteora are extraordinary in every season, probably excluding winter, when the cold, rain and snow could compromise the various activities, preventing you from fully enjoying such a beautiful experience.

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