Doupiani House

Address: Kastraki, Meteora, Kalambaka, Thessaly, 42200, Greece | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kastraki, Meteora, Kalambaka, is near Meteora, Megalo Meteoro Monastery, Varlaam Monastery, and Agios Stefanos.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsDoupiani House Kalambaka

      Reviewed by jessicaboonstra

      Lovely

      Reviewed Jul 9, 2013
      by (1 review) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

      Great place

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      Reviewed by denisebadi

      Bliss.....

      Reviewed Jun 16, 2013
      by (1 review) , Italy Flag of Italy

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Doupiani House Kalambaka

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Kalambaka

      Day 128

      A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Dec 07, 2014

      2 photos

      ... overcrowded the UK roads are. As we approached one if the towns along the route we were pulled to the side of the road by a group of police men, one asked for our passports, he looked at them very carefully, then asked where we were going, we told him and he told us it was 90 kilometres straight on, Doris was saying 94 Kilometres, so he was quite close. When we arrived in the valley we drove up a steep zig zagging road to Ambelakia, it's nestled in the hillside. In the ...

      Meteora, famous for the Monasteries

      A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Dec 01, 2014

      57 photos

      ... seen the inside of the small but heavily decorated church.

      So i head up the road to the next monastery only to find this one is shut. With visibility next to zero its time to head back to town. The path is far more slippery on the way down and i nearly fall a few times. At least the rain has held off, pity about the very low cloud.

      So i walk into Kalambaka to get some food from the supermarket and stop off to replenish my spent energy at the ...

      Meteroa

      A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 20, 2014

      20 photos

      ... of Meteora.

      The Greeks named the rocks that jut out from the ground "Meteora", meaning meteorites because they thought the rocks were actually meteorites that had fallen from the sky. Geologists though have since proven that a river that eroded much of the land away formed the rocks 30 million years ago.

      Regardless, a monk in the 14th century decided that the top of the rock would be the perfect ...

      Moving Right Along

      A travel blog entry by salbertson on Jan 19, 2014

      6 photos

      ... Tombs Museum, which is still not particularly well-known as a tourist site, so that's pretty much the only thing there. It may not be a big tourist spot, but the tumulus, or ancient burial site, is definitely a great place to see. Unfortunately, we weren't allowed to take pictures, but it was an incredible experience. There were lots of ancient artifacts like pottery, royal headpieces, armor, and weaponry. The tombs of Phillip II and the Macedonian ...

      Monks on high!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Nov 19, 2013

      23 photos

      ... picture of a saint and a candle and that they can be there because of a fatal accident or because the accident was not fatal...as a thankyou.....or simply to thank the saint for something, a safe journey, maybe. They said that children are generally named after saints. Not only that but they celebrate their namesake Saint's Day (the one after whom they are named) much more than they celebrate their own birthday. Incidentally I am familiar with Saints Days ...