The castle ruins of Rhodes Island are part of the UNESCO National Heritage Site, which is the Old Town of Rodos.
It took a total of two centuries to complete the construction of the City Wall of the Old Town of Rhodes!
You can find a beautiful vast collection of antiques and Italian relics inside the Palace of the Grand Masters with lovely stone mosaic floors.
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!
In order to benefit fully from your trip to the Island of Rhodes, visit the famous old town of Rhodes and tour its ancient streets while witnessing the historic landmarks and tourist attractions.
Rhodes Island contains one of the oldest medieval towns in Europe that locals actually still live and reside in.
You can access the old medieval fortress through its many entrance gates incorporated in the old town outer wall.
These cool spiral wooden decorations made by locals on Rhodes Island, and can be bought in the market of Old Town.
In the Old Town of Rhodes, you can find many local residences, hotels, shops, restaurants, and landmarks.
Locals usually end a delectable Greek meal with a rich freshly brwewed coffee or a traditional Raki.
The Old Town of Rhodes is a popular tourist destination in Greece refelcting the ancient medieval Rhodian history.
Do not worry about getting lost when you go exploring the less frequently visited streets of Rhodes Old Town; all roads lead to Rome!