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Discover the best of Rhodes, the Medieval Town and Lindos village! Explore the most popular spots of the island, the medieval heritage of Rhodes Old Town and the beautiful village of Lindos with the Acropolis.
A great opportunity to discover the highlights of ancient and modern day Rhodes during this picturesque orientation tour of the city. Depart with a scenic drive through the modern areas of Rhodes. As you pass by the Mandraki Esplanade, you will see the government buildings, Church of Annunciation built 1925, a replica of the Old Church of the Knights of St John and the deer statues at the entrance of Mandraki port, your driver will then continue up to Monte Smith for panoramic views and photo opportunities of Rhodes and the Aegean Sea and view from the distance the Acropolis of Rhodes with its Ancient stadium nearby built 2nd Century BC.
Next, you will continue on to Rhodes Medieval City. Once your coach reaches the Gate d’Amboise, you will disembark and proceed to the Grand Masters Palace for a guided walking tour. The Palace was built in the 14th century A.D., destroyed in 1856 and rebuilt in 1939 by the Italians in order to accom-
modate the King of Italy, Emmanuel 11 and Mussolini.
You will then walk down the Street of the Knights, where you will see the many inns once occupied by the crusaders. At the end of the street, you will arrive at the Archaeological Museum, formerly the Knights Hospital, the museum was built in 1440 A.D., and is the most well preserved building in the Old City. After the City tour, you set off to Lindos.
You will pass by several small villages before arriving to Lindos, one of the three Ancient Cities on the island of Rhodes.
Lindos is among the island’s most famous villages, and is renowned for its famous Acropolis at a height of 535 feet, the Acropolis offers breathtaking views and photo opportunities of the entire village, including its medieval castle, superb sandy beach and charming white-washed, sugar cubed houses. We must not forget that Apostle Paul also stopped at Lindos after he had left Jerusalem to preach in Europe, today there is a small chapel dedicated to his name at St.PAULS bay which is a small bay next to Lindos bay.
During our visit, we will take a walking tour through the labyrinth of narrow cobbled streets, and past the colourful courtyards and mosaics for which Lindos is famous. Ancient Lindos was the most important town on the Island, and has been inhabited for 5000 years. After our guided tour of the Acropolis, we will walk down to the village of Lindos for a visit to the Byzantine Church of
This exclusive full day tour of Rhodes is for 1 to 10 people, on a private basis.
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