Find out why Meteora must be seen to be believed
A post by Ryan
Towering over the quaint town of Kalambaka, Greece, massive, pinnacles of sandstone - carved by wind, rain, and seasonal weathering - have stood as majestic and magical sentinels for almost 60 million years.
This is Meteora, and there is no other place like it on Earth.
You can’t take a bad photo here. And around every bend in the trail there is another jaw dropping scene to take in. Turn around and see a whole new spectacular view. You never know what you might find along the way - whether it’s wild mountain thyme, towering monasteries, hand hewn caves, fresh saffron, or new friends in the hikers you meet on the path.
Unesco has added it to its World Heritage List. I have added it to one of the most amazing and inspirational places I have ever visited. I will be back.
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While in Meteora, I was a guest of Visit Meteora. All opinions about this destination remain my own. But I loved it here.