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All reviews agia sofia worth the climb upper town walk up wear comfortable shoes early morning approximately minutes hiking shoes view makes top of the rock byzantine architecture wonderful view wings old town path church restoration
We walked up the stairs to the church. The wife used a baby wrap thing because a stroller was going to be carried the whole way with little use. The church was beautiful & definitely worth a visit. We would do it again.
Read the story of this place ahead of time. Know that the top part of the castle was the place where the elite lived. Start early in the morning, wear shoes or sandals with non-flat soles. Do not wear flip flops! Arrive at the top,...More
On the top of Monemvasia castle-city is the church of Agia Sofia is situated. If you decide to "climb" to the top, you will admire this excellent Byzantine monument and you will have the feeling that you are near the heaven, near the God!
The path winding through the old stone houses of Monemvasia is steep and in some places slippery, so wear good shoes, but inside the walls of the upper city you’ll discover one of the most impressive churches of Greece, dating back to the 12th century:...More
We were walking on the road to the wonderful old city of Monemvasia when our daughter noticed a small path on the hillside. It was already hot and there was no shade on the road so we figured we'd give the path a try. What...More