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All reviews old town narrow streets shops and restaurants every corner shops selling within the walls take your time off the beaten track walk around grand master visiting rhodes cruise ship clock tower knights moat palace architecture
This island had SUCH a good vibe!! The island had the warmest weather of all the islands we visited. Our tour took us to the acropolis at Lindos, which was a step and challenging walk for some on our tour, with slick steps and no...More
You have to visit the old town if you go to the island Rhodes. In summer its a cosy place, but its very touristic. Lots and lots of tourists walk down the small streets so you have to make some concessions. The are also nice...More
Lovely days here we liked it so much we went twice from out hotel the other side of the Island, we did all the touristy things. Even went on the Yellow Submarine, staff so nice and it was a quiet but enjoyable experience.
Walking the treasures of the walled city is quite beautiful. Rich in history charm and many local craftsmen. Do not forget to travel to Lindros as well. This ancient city is also alive with its history and unique village shops.
I really love medieval cities,it was my dream to conquer this historic site ,hoping to step on the traces of the knights .The old town is a mix of old cultures ,I stayed four days in it ,I enjoyed losing myself in the old sleepy...More
We spent several hours here and loved every minute. So much to see and do! The beauty of this country just took my breath away. Wonderful museums, delicious foods, lots of architecture, just incredible! Be sure to poke around and look, there’s so much you’ll...More
a great place to walk around, take your time and stop off at a restaurant, plenty of shops as well as the historic sites, wear comfortable shoes, take a map to make sure you see everything, you don't need to pay a guide it's all...More