The Rhodes Island is one of the largest islands in Greece on the Eastern Aegean Sea. It also is home to one of the most famous Seven Wonders of the World, the Colossus of Rhodes!
The typical drinks ordered in Rhodes Island, which are also the same in most of Greece, are wine, beer and the traditional Greek ouzo.
It is interesting how there are inhabitants who actually still live in the medieval old town of Rhodes Island!
Mezze is one of the traditional Greek cuisine dishes you will receive when you are in Greece in any local restaurant.
It is composed of a vast series of delicious Mediterranean appetizers.
These cool spiral wooden decorations made by locals on Rhodes Island, and can be bought in the market of Old Town.
Sokratous Street is one of the more popular streets in the center of the Old Town of Rhodes Island.
Experience authentic Greek history when you plan a trip to Rhodes Island on the Aegean Sea.
It would be a fun experience to get lost exploring the nameless streets of Rhodes Old Town while you are visiting Rodos Island!
The locals living in the old town of Rhodes sit by a lovely fire in their small homes on a daily basis in the cold.
There is a male and a female deer on the harbor of Rhodes Island, which are hard to miss when visiting the the Greek island.
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.
Take a break from touring the city on the Greek Rhodes Island and go shopping in the old historic streets of the Rhodes Old Town.