The Knights of Saint John were the architects responsible for building the Old Town of Rhodes in the 14th century.
The Temple of Aphrodite as well as the old castle fortress are situated in the Unesco World Heritage Site that is The Old Town of Rhodes!
Enjoy the sights and overall atmosphere in the natural environment of the Rhodes Island when touring around the medieval old town.
The Temple of Aphrodite (Venus is the Roman equivalent) was constructed in the 3rd century during ancient Greek times, and its ruins still stand today for interested visitors to admire on the Island of Rhodes.
Go on a fun exploration of the city of Rhodes when you are on vacation with your family in Greece!
There are so many fun things to do in Rhodes Island, home of one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Colossus of Rhodes.
Explore the old town in Rhodes Island, one of the largest Greek islands on the Aegean Sea.
Through sightseeing and exploring, you can get a better understanding and knowledge of the cultural heritage found within the walls of Rhodes Old Town.
The Rhodes Old Town preserved a huge part of its past and this is why when you visit its buildings and streets, you feel as though you are in a past century.
Discover the rich historical wealth of the Greek island, the Rhodes Island, when you visit its Citadel, which is considered one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
The interior architecture of the local houses in Rhodes Old Town is lovely to witness.
There is a church on the Ippoton St (Avenue of the Knights) that was built in the 15th century, before the Turks took over the city of Rhodes.