If you get lost in the old town of Rhodes, just ask a local for directions to Sokratous Street, the main street of the town.
Through sightseeing and exploring, you can get a better understanding and knowledge of the cultural heritage found within the walls of Rhodes Old Town.
The environment and the civilization you get to sense when you visit Rhodes Island is like no other; a truly unique experience.
Even in the evening, this magical city of Rhodes looks stunning and truly spectacular!
The interior architecture of the Palace of the Grand Masters is different from the exterior due to the fact that the exterior was made to resemble what it once was before the 16th century.
This medieval town in Rhodes is actually still being inhabited by Rhodian locals to this day!
There are so many fun things to do in Rhodes Island, home of one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Colossus of Rhodes.
Explore the old town in Rhodes Island, one of the largest Greek islands 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.
If you go through one of the most important gates leading into the town, the Liberty Gate, you will find yourself in Simi Square, where you can find the ruins of the famous landmark, the Temple of Aphrodite.
There are some streets that you can venture through that do not have any tourist shops in them if you prefer a more authentic historic Rhodian experience.
You can actually visit Rhodes Island by planning a day trip with a cruise boarding from Greece!