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All reviews ancient city information boards interesting ruins public buildings beautiful site ancient times turkey awe inspiring entry fee rhodes town couple of hours walk around worth a trip stunning views hillside overlooking the sea temple excavated
I visited this today - Tuesday. Got a bus from Rhodes Town. 10.40 euros return. Takes about an hour to get there. Leaves at 9 am and leaves Kamiros at 12.15 to return. There is only one a day every day. I enjoyed walking around...More
Such a fantastic piece of history, the site itself is impressive, you can use your imagination to recreate what kind of things were occurring all those years ago. Rooms, houses, temples and baths clearly marked out. The entire site hasn’t been fully excavated and there...More
A Beautiful site with an entrance price of 6 Euro.
To get the best out of the visit a guide or guidebook is needed to explain the history of the Town and how it functioned.
Stunning views and a well maintained site.
Take a hat...More
Go there early in the morning, before all these busses will arrive. So you are more or less alone to feel this special atmosphere and try to image to live in this city ages ago.
PS - seniors will get a special entrance rate.
Lots of Walking with a bad back was not good. It had a great history. This attraction was not geared up for teh tourists as teh only place you can sit for free was hard wall. I had a drink at the café and it...More
We drove over the hills from Lindos to see this city. The structure of the houses can be easily seen and you can imagine how life was when this was a thriving metropolis. The view from the city’s location across the Aegean to Turkey is...More
very interesting ruins of a very old abandoned city. walking the deserted streets among all the ruins of the old houses makes you try to imagine what life was like all those years ago, you can almost hear the people talking and the sounds of...More
Beautiful site. Fairly priced entrance ticket (6 €). The ancient city was destroyed by an earthquake but the rests can still give you an idea of what it used to be in ancient times. Stunning views and a well maintained site.