Take time to see it all, as Danes we enjoy to see where our Tempel Nights has been and made history!
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The old town is the highlight of Rhodes town, well worth visiting all three sections (Knights, hora and Jewish quarter), and just wandering around.
We walked the Medieval Moat but stopped half way but you can walk the whole of it, well worth it. You go back into the city itself by well marked exits and from the expanse of the Moat you go into the wonderful quaint narrow...More
Staying in nearby Kallithea meant we could get into Rhodes Town easily and we did that on several occassions. The old walled city is amazing and steeped in medieval, Ottoman and Crusader history and even some older, Hellenistic ruins. Just wandering around, you'll come across...More
One of the best ways to get a good view of the city is to take a hop on hop off bus. In the case of Rhodes Buses you would do better to walk across to the harbour and throw your money in - it...More
We were lucky enough to be staying nearby so had several visits to the old town of Rhodes. It's just incredible. I loved the buzz of the tourist areas and simply browsing at all the goods on display. There are some beautiful jewellers shops!! But...More
If you want to make the most of your visit, put your walking shoes on! Take a walk between the two town walls to see flora and fauna or appreciate carvings high up on the boundary walls and walk through the tunnels that take you...More
The size and scale of the walls of the city are unbelievable - the shops are great a great place to wander around and cafes and restaurants to spend your money.
The main tourist areas of the old Town are interesting but very crowded. To absorb more of the original atmosphere of the city take a turning off the main streets and wander through the narrow side streets. The feeling of Medieval life comes alive and...More
After walking around the harbour, make sure you have enough time to walk the cobbled streets of the old town maybe take lunch on one of the rooftop restaurants after some shopping. While most of the shops have the same things in the odd surprise...More