Olive oil is a very common ingredient used in almost every Rhodian dish in Rhodes gastronomy and cuisine.
The typical drinks ordered in Rhodes Island, which are also the same in most of Greece, are wine, beer and the traditional Greek ouzo.
A traditional Greek menu consists of the following three componenets: Appetizes (mezze), Main course, and of course, the desserts.
The Socratous St in Rhodes is full of tourist shops selling souvenirs and trinkets that are so vibrant and creative contrasting with the historic environment it is in.
Another popular tourist shopping street is the Aristotelous Street.
You can find many cool and unique objects to buy as souvenirs!
Cats are not the friendliest of creatures, but they make great house pets and are loyal when they want to be.
Visit the perfectly preserved and well known Old Town of Rhodes on the Greek island when you are on vacation and you will feel as though you went back in time to the medieval period!
I love the colorful and creative designs and patterns that you find in the market of the Old Town in Rhodes.
The famous Rhodian deer statue is a symbol of the Island of Rhodes and is painted on many souvenir items.
Preserve your happy and fun memories of your experience exploring the city of Rhodes Island by buying a souvenir with the Greek flag!
if you wish to learn more about the Ancient Greek culture, visit Greece and explore its cities and islands.
In Greek culture, it is rare and sometimes even surprising to see anyone eating alone at a meal.