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Agia Triada is probably the least visited of the monasteries in Meteora. It is the Monastery... read more

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Easy to get by car. All the complex is very impressive and with great views around the stones. It... read more

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This 15th-century monastery is carved into the mountainside and is the one most often shown in ads.
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Agia Triada is probably the least visited of the monasteries in Meteora. It is the Monastery featured, I believe as St. Cyril's, in the Bond film For Your Eyes Only. As of this post, they are doing a significant amount of renovation on the site...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a beautiful Monastery to visit - gorgeous views and great workout getting there with all the walking. Although, be careful with the locals who are watching the “parking area” for items being left in vehicles. Had our bags stolen from the car and...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Easy to get by car. All the complex is very impressive and with great views around the stones. It is possible to go with child around 7-9.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was our second favorite among the monasteries and not just because it reminded us of the James Bond movie!! The views were spectacular! From the top you can see the whole region as well as the other monasteries - so it is fun to...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Featured in the James Bond movie from 1981, this is the least visited monastery in the area. Therefore very much worth visiting since it’s not swamped with tourists.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Built over 600 years ago by Byzantine monks, this remote monastery is built into and on top of an almost inaccessible limestone rock 'tower' that rises almost 900 feet (275 meters) above the surrounding landscape. Monks living here keep the rich traditions of the community...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Agia Triada is the most dramatically placed of all the monasteries. It sits on top of a 400m tall slender sandstone pillar and is reached by climbing 140 steep rock-hewn steps. The monastery was also featured in the 1981 James Bond film For Your Eyes...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We climbed up from Kalampaka (from Toko Roko cafe) and it was steep and long. There is access from the road at the top (you still have climbing to do!) but that is for wimps. Breathtaking sheer rock it sits on is totally majestic!

Thank gra1Sydney
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is Meteora! The most striking monastery of them all. This is surely one of the reasons to visit Meteora. Simply - stunning.

Thank Steven L
Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

Beautiful view and nice interior, I recommend paying to enter it, not all monasteries are worth visiting, Varlaam is number one, then Holy trinity in my opinion

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