Welcome to the tourist guide of Meteora
In Meteora Tourist Guide you will find all the necessary information concerning Meteora Rocks, Meteora and the area and villages. Moreover you will find:
- Hotel, rooms and guesthouses Presentations and offers
- Restaurants and Cafe bars presentations and offers
- Online Booking possibility for your accommodation in Meteora
- Online offers booking engine unique for our visitors
- Group request form getting the best prices and rates from our travel agent (Apollon Holidays)
- Organised Excursions in Meteora with our buses
- Useful information about Villages and Sights
You just enter our website pages and we welcome you in Meteora! (Greek Language translation)
Meteora has many accommodation like hotels, hostels,guesthouses, studios, rooms to let and restaurants - tavenrn for your relaxation and vacation in Limni Plastira.
After the creation of Meteora the region has been developed in Touristic Resort area and now is one of the most desired summer and winter destinations in Greece.
Read below about limni plastira history and sights.
Meteora is a town which combines both the traditional and the modern elements. It is the capital of homonym province. It occupies the northern department of the Prefecture of Trikala and the north-western end of Thessalian plain. Meteora is built in the feet of rocks of Meteora and near the left bank of river Penios.
The city is acquaintance from the antiquity. Initially, called "Aiginio" and later, in the Byzantine years, called "Stagoi". The origin of word "Meteora" is Turkish and means "powerful fortress". This name is in effect the last 6 - 7 centuries. Meteora was released from the Turkish balance on 27 August 1881. But at the duration of Macedonian fight it played also an important role while it was the base of operations of Greek fighters that went to help the brothers of Macedonia. The city was burned completely by the German troops of possession on 18 October 1943.
The rocks of Meteora are raised above Meteora and with their impressive beauty constitute a pole of attraction for thousands visitors that reach the region at the all duration of year in order to see and admire this infrequent and impressive phenomenon.
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Published on 2014-09-22