This small bike is probably the only vehicle that can pass on this tight street in Old Town of Rhodes Island!
This willow reminds me of the one that was used in the many famous movies of Harry Potter!
Do not worry about getting lost when you go exploring the less frequently visited streets of Rhodes Old Town; all roads lead to Rome!
Most of the activities in Rhodes Old Town take place in Ippokratous Square where many restaurants and tavernas are found as well as some souvenir shops selling handmade fun items for tourists to take back home.
This barricaded door has such a unique sense of style and an ancient feel to it.
The cobbled streets of Rhodes Old Town are full of restaurants, tavernas, shops and stores for tourists to visit when they plan a trip to the Island of Rodos.
The ancient stone walls of Old Town were built in the 14th century, but they were completed in the 16th century!
Rhodes was invaded by the Ottomans in the early 16th century; therefore you can see an influence of diverse cultures in the old town of Rodos Island.
Castello is another name for the Palace of the Grand Masters, which was built in a beautiful French influence architectural design.
Experience authentic Greek history when you plan a trip to Rhodes Island on the Aegean Sea.
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.
Each inn on the Ippoton St (Knights Street) represents every country that each knight originates from.
The Liberty Gate is one of the many entrances to the Old Town of Rhodes and is the most medieval gates compared to the others.
The charming Knights Street is the former location of their inns, which is why it is such a well known Rhodian tourist attraction. There were 7 inns representing the seven countries the Knights were from along the sides of the long avenue.
There are so many exciting and interesting activities to do on Rhodes Island! You can go fishing by the marina, go on a deluxe cruise, go sightseeing in the old town, visit well-known landmarks, try Rhodian gastronomy, and more!
Experience true authentic Rhodian history when you walk through and around Rhodes Old Town when you are on vacation on the huge Greek island.
Walk on the pedestrian cobblestone street of Rhodes Town on the lovely Greek island after exploring the world-renowned landmarks and monuments around the medieval town.
While touring the medieval old town, you will find comfortable wooden benches to rest on for a short break!
Although the cobbled streets inside the old town are meant only for pedestrians to walk, you will find the occasional car or bike traveling through the narrow streets!
The castle of the Rhodes Old Town has been restored and maintained in order for visitors to explore the area with ease and enjoy their vacation experience.
The famous landmark, the Temple of Apollo, can be found on the Acropolis of Rhodes which is not too far away from the Old Town of Rhodes Island.
The Central Public Library of Rhodes is actually found in the ancient building, the Castellania, which was originally used as a commercial center.
The Palace of the Grand Masters at the end of the Ippoton St (Knights Street) was built in the 7th century during Byzantine times!
Tourists who visit Rhodes Island can gain a great cultural experience and learn a lot about ancient Rhodian history when visiting its 7th century old town.