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We visited whilst staying at Mitsis Grand hotel. We visited the Old Town a few times, discovering new things each time we went. There's loads to do and see, it's brilliant to just walk around, up and down the small side streets.
A great walk back into time, avoid the main shopping area and see the charming side streets. To get a real feel for the old city stop and have a drink with the locals, Not everything in the castle is original but is worth the...More
The history, ancient buildings and food entices the traveller to stay as long as possible. Wonderful and helpful people. Most languages are spoken including English, french, german and of course Greek.
Been visiting Rhodes Old Town for over 20 years now, but the atmosphere and the history keep drawing us back. There is so much to see and do here and a great range of shops and restaurants and eateries to sample whilst you roam. This...More
The city is a fun experience with homes, shops, restaurants and traffic throughout. It like being there in MidEvil times except modern cars drive on the same paths tourists use. Excellent way to spend a day.
You haven’t seen the island of Rhodes without exploring the walled city of Rhodes Old Town (aka the Medieval City). The many arched pathways and cobblestone streets lead your way through this incredible place. There are so many quaint little shops, eateries, and places to...More