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Meteora Travel Guide

Meteora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its geological and cultural significance. Thessaly is home to some of the most unusual rock formations in the entire globe.

Discover the history of the area's monasteries and the artifacts on display at the folk museums that can be found in many of the monasteries. The Great Meteoron Monastery, located 615 metres above sea level, is the highest and oldest. Sunset viewing in Meteora is a one-of-a-kind experience. For foodies, Meteora is likewise a feast. You can get a wide variety of traditional foods here, including many pies, casseroles, stews, and dishes with eggplant. You'll be amazed by the food in Meteora, much like the views.

To visit Meteora, take a flight and reach Thessaloniki, which is the closest airport, and both of them are served by international flights. You can take the bus from Thessaloniki to Meteora (Kalambaka).

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