Achillion Hotel

Address: 2 Asklipiou & Kanouta St, Tríkala, Thessaly, 42 100, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2 Asklipiou & Kanouta St, Tríkala, is near Lake Plastira.
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      Travel Blogs from Tríkala

      Monastories of Meteora

      A travel blog entry by brisbird on Mar 30, 2014

      9 photos

      As predicted this morning it is very cool and looking up into the mountains there is a thick layer of fog. Our tour director Lisa looks a little worse for wear - and she tells us that one of Greece's famous basket ball teams was staying in the hotel last night, and partying in the room above hers!! Luckily I slept soundly! We layer up for our drive up into the hills to visit two monasteries - first built in 1500BC. As we get closer we see a large cave in the side of the mountain - ...

      OVERLAND...and water.

      A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Oct 26, 2013

      26 photos


      EM_TY adventures continues:

      We had navigated the entire length of Albania essentially on a whim and a mini key ring compass. If a road stopped, we just consulted the compass and headed in the direction we needed – Greece. We couldn't really go wrong, the entire southern border of Albania crossed into Greece. So it came as a complete surprise when our main road just ended… at water.

      We rolled a little further and saw a rickety wooden ...

      Hanging out with Monks in Greece

      A travel blog entry by christine_n_den on Oct 01, 2013

      50 photos

      In Northern Greece political upheaval and danger from the Turkish raiders during the early 1400s made being a monk a surprisingly dangerous occupation. Fortunately for the monks, tall sandstone (actually conglomerate with rare sandstone lenses, but I digress) spires proved safe haven. The monks built many monasteries near the top of spires. Rope ladders were then used to access the monasteries, and the monks would simply pull the ladders up if ...

      Monasteries on rocks

      A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Aug 29, 2013

      5 comments, 29 photos

      ... to Kalambaka and then caught the local bus to the upper reaches of Meteora. Too lazy to walk!!!! No, not really. I just wanted to spend the day seeing the monasteries and not just getting to them. From where the bus dropped me you can access the six of them quite easily although it still involves a fair amount of walking. Unluckily the biggest monastery was closed ( closed Tuesdays!!!!), the one I hiked 40 minutes across country to see was closed ( only open for ...

      (II) Meteora - Thousands of Uneven Steps

      A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Aug 03, 2012

      1 photo

      This place is incredible. There were, at one time, twenty monasteries perched on these mountains or in the valleys dividing the mountains or hanging on the side of the mountains. Byzantine hermits arrived in the 11th century to be a bit closer to God. They might have had it right. ...