The city of Grevena is a land whose name is synonym with wild natural beauty, impressive
canyons, extraordinary mountains, alternating landscapes, legends and tradition. There is
evidence that the area was inhabited from neolithic times, especially in the area of the Aliakmon
river. A million years ago, a vast savannah laid on the area, where prehistoric mammuts used to
live. Grevena is a city on the crossroads of the major highways in Greece, connecting the North
to South and West to East. The ease of access together with the National Park of Valia Calda, the
Vasilitsa Ski Center, the exciting experience of river rafting, the traditional villages with the
stone-built homes and arched bridges and the tasteful world of the local gastronomy make the
city a popular place for all year excursions.
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