Apart from the Byzantine Museum and the Folk Art Museum, there is also an Archaeological Museum in Rhodes where the Knight’s hospital is situated.
The symbol of Rhodes Island is the deer mainly due to the fact that there are two bronze deer statues at the port of the island.
These cool spiral wooden decorations made by locals on Rhodes Island, and can be bought in the market of Old Town.
The Old Town of Rhodes is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site frequently visited by tourists on a yearly basis.
While exploring the Old Town of Rhodes, you will find many quaint old houses where locals still live in!
The Palace of the Grand Masters was actually reconstructed in order for it to like it once did.
The medieval citadel of Rhodes is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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!
A typical traditional Rhodian meal may last even longer than 1-2 hours, which is similar to the traditions of the Mediterranean culture.
I love the colorful and creative designs and patterns that you find in the market of the Old Town in Rhodes.
Shopping is so much fun when you are buying souvenirs while you are on your trip in Greece!
I really enjoyed shopping in the Old Town Market because of the variety of things I could buy!
One fun activity to do in Rhodes when you visit Greece would be to explore the Folk Art and the Byzantine Museums surrounded by the ancient medieval town buildings.