If you book a one hour tour around the old town’s outer walls, you will encounter many of the famous and monumental landmarks, sites, gates and towers.
The Central Public Library of Rhodes is actually found in the ancient building, the Castellania, which was originally used as a commercial center.
One of the top 10 attractions on Rhodes Island is the Palace of the Grand Masters, which is visited very frequently by tourists on a yearly basis to tour the Central Library.
The Palace of the Grand Masters at the end of the Ippoton St (Knights Street) was built in the 7th century during Byzantine times!
In the Old Town of Rhodes, you can find many local residences, hotels, shops, restaurants, and landmarks.
The Archaeological Museum in Rhodes is a must see attraction as it houses ancient artefacts from prehistoric times to the ancient Greek and Roman Empires!
Great medieval fortifications lie around the Old Town of Rhodes Island constructed between the early 14th century and the 16th century.
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.
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.
The largest medieval town that still remains preserved in Europe can be found on the Greek Rhodes Island.
If you go through one of the most important gates leading into the town, the Liberty Gate, you will find yourself in Simi Square, where you can find the ruins of the famous landmark, the Temple of Aphrodite.