The Rhodian cuisine is delicious and resembles that of the Mediterranean diet, mainly using olive oil, vegetables and grains.
Great medieval fortifications lie around the Old Town of Rhodes Island constructed between the early 14th century and the 16th century.
These cool spiral wooden decorations made by locals on Rhodes Island, and can be bought in the market of Old Town.
You can book a one hour walking tour through the museum in Rhodes. The tour actually begins at the Castle of the Knights and consists of walking around the old town’s fortified medieval stone walls.
In the Old Town of Rhodes, you can find many local residences, hotels, shops, restaurants, and landmarks.
The ancient Knights Hospital building now houses the Archaeological Museum in the Rhodes Old Town.
Enjoy the sights and overall atmosphere in the natural environment of the Rhodes Island when touring around the medieval old town.
The Old Town of Rodos Island was actually invaded in the year 1522 by the Turks, so Ottoman architecture is also apparent in the town when you explore the streets and monuments.
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.
Many of the streets in the medieval old town of Rhodes Island have no name, so it would be pretty easy to get lost when exploring the cobblestone paths!
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.
A typical traditional Rhodian meal may last even longer than 1-2 hours, which is similar to the traditions of the Mediterranean culture.