Egnatia Hotel

Address: 19, L. Tossitsa Street, Metsovo, Epirus, 44200, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 19, L. Tossitsa Street, Metsovo.
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    Travel Blogs from Metsovo

    Monastery Day

    A travel blog entry by loza92 on Jun 25, 2015

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    Woke up early to try and bet the crowds to the Monastrey made our way up the hill and took pictures of different Monasteries on our way up to the Holy Trinity Monastrey which we were able to have a look through.

    Incredible how the Monks would climb the rock face to pick a place to build the Monastery then in the original time they would build it all by hand. It blends into the rock face and looks incredible. ...

    850 Kilometres Later

    A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Nov 05, 2014

    3 photos

    ... people being tortured and heads being lopped off. I learnt a lot about Christianity that day, and thst it's not all just about angelic murals of the Virgin Mary. The views from the monastries were pretty ridiculous. And given the monks scaled these cliffs to build these places and then lived lives of solitude in the middle of nowhere, they must have had a lot of faith. Respect. I met more kittens and fed them my only boiled egg (nicked from breakfast) which I later regreted as we ...

    Meteora ... needs no other introduction.

    A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Oct 31, 2013

    3 comments, 85 photos

    ... it is something about the majesty of the rocks as they strain towards the sky, the monasteries atop giving substance to mankind's desire to strive for has nothing really to do with organised religion per se, though of course the monasteries are.....but the tradition of religious communities in the area began, as our FABULOUS sunset tour guide told us, with a lone hermit whom tradition says was a roman soldier but no-one really knows. He eked out a life in ...

    Monasteries of Meteora

    A travel blog entry by dragonrider on May 05, 2013

    9 photos

    ... where we saw the cave in which the monks used to live. There are still wooden platforms lining the walls of the cave. There were even some crazy people actually climbing up to these. Seriously - lol On the same peak, but further around the mountain is the St George Madilas.

    Our tour guide told as the story that, in days gone by, when a man injured himself, his wife would bind his wound in cloth. When he healed he would ...

    Through Many Dangers Toils and Snares...

    A travel blog entry by turner72 on Jun 17, 2012

    6 photos

    ... should be noted: at about 7:10 we reached a waterfall segment where the way up was chimneying up, across, around, and all other manner of prepositions related to awkward body positioning a cliff face and corrugated water pipe. This was the point where we could have turned around and made it slightly late to dinner, none the worse for some significant lacerations but without a swelling of accomplishment. I managed the climb first, after which there was ...