City of Rhodes
Rhodes has always been a place of particular interest due to the island’s natural beauty, magnificent Italian architecture and a history stretching back to 2400 years.

Temple of Apollo

The temple of Apollo, located right on the northern tip of the island on the acropolis hill of ancient Rhodes, is a Doric style temple dating back from the Hellenistic period (3rd – 2nd century BC) that was excavated by the Italian School of Archaeology at Athens from 1912 -1945. Visitors can admire…

The Palace of the Grand Master

The Palace of the Grand Master is the most popular monument in the island and the main attraction of the medieval city of Rhodes. It was built in the 14th century AD by the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes, and of Malta who occupied Rhodes from 1309 to 1522…

Rhodes Town

The city of Rhodes is located at the northern tip of the island where the ancient city used to be placed. The imposing Italian architecture is evident and blends beautifully with the rest of the city creating a truly magnificent atmosphere. There are plenty of things to see and do in Rhodes however we have carefully selected the must-see places of interest that no one can afford to miss!

Ancient Stadium of Rhodes

In the ancient acropolis of Rhodes visitors have the chance to admire the remaining of the ancient stadium of Rhodes, just next to the temple of Apollo. The stadium was estimated to be 600 feet / 210 meters in length with some of its part being preserved even today. More specifically the original surviving…

Rhodes Archeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum of Rhodes is located at the center of the Medieval Town, right by the famous Ippoton street (Knights Street) and housed within the medieval building of the Hospital of the Knights. The latter was built around 1440 by the Grand Master de Lastic with money bequeathed by his predecessor…

Rhodes Old Town – Medieval Town

Rhodes medieval town or “old town” as it is called by the locals is an UNESCO world cultural heritage monument. In fact this is the largest and oldest inhabited medieval town in Europe!

Aquarium of Rhodes

The aquarium of Rhodes was built during the period of 1934-36 while the kingdom of Italy was occupying the island. Later on in 1945 following the reunion of the island with the rest of Greece, the aquarium was renamed as the “Hellenic Hydrobiological Institute” and was supervised by the Academy of Athens…