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Visited at 6 pm, I found the archaeological site not very crowded and no line at the ticket office. If you choose to climb the path that departs from the city, and not the one starting from the beach, it's just 15 minutes and not...More
This was a great trip, and also it was great that we only paid for adults to go in, even my 15 year old teenager was free. The Acropolis has clear historical background plaques around different areas and gave lots of information. There were some...More
It is a long walk to the top with a lot of stairs, but once there it is worth it. There is beautiful views from all sides and amazing ruins within the castle walls. The walk up you go through small streets which can get...More
Beautiful acropolis! So much to see and not in as a deplorable state as the one in Rhodes City. The entrance ticket is definitely a rip-off (way too expensive!) but the ruins are beaufitul. Just make sure you don't go at noon as it gets...More
Visited late afternoon to this spectacular and historic part of Lindos Rhodes, if you only go to one of Rhodes antiquities then make it this one.
Yes it’s a climb up the steep path but well worth the effort to a very historic place with...More
Firstly, I don’t think Health & Safety is in the Greek vocabulary! Steep steps with no handrails, sheer drops with no rails, & very slippery surfaces due to the smooth stone underfoot. This also applies to the journey up to the top and back down,...More
Leave early and avoid the ques and mid-day sun.
12 euro entry per person, opens at 8am.
Local buses stop on the main road and you can walk down into Lindos where you start your accent to the acropolis.
Get in early, super hot, super popular and parking is tricky.
Go down to beach car park for free and it is a short work.
Winding streets up to Lindos is a joy and full of sall boutiques.
Up at the top make sure you...More
After reading reviews on here, I was slightly worried about the climb to the top. However, it was totally worth it! We went through the shops which was a great distraction as we grabbed smoothies on the way up. The floor is slippery so good...More
We really enjoyed the visit. We went in the morning about 9am and crowd wasn't too big.
Got lots of incredible photos and the our guided tour was very interesting.
The line to get in was very long when we left about 10:45am so make...More
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The village is also on the same cliff, so before you go bro it yo see a few views of the cliffs and beach, but if you ignore those and then just go to the village you might be ok (I Don’t have a fear if heights, so I am not... More
The village is also on the same cliff, so before you go bro it yo see a few views of the cliffs and beach, but if you ignore those and then just go to the village you might be ok (I Don’t have a fear if heights, so I am not the best advisor on this). Inside Lindos village less of an issue for people with heights as you don’t see or realise you are on the same cliff when you walk around. If you are at all claustrophobic Lindos village could be an issue as the streets are quite narrow and a little crowded.