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Rhodes: Full Day Guided Island Bus Tour

1. Rhodes: Full Day Guided Island Bus Tour

Soak up the peace and tranquility on both the East and West coasts of the Island, in beautiful spots such as is Kritinia Castle, a castle from the 16th Century situated on a hill about 131 meters above the village of Kritinia. It offers a breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea, the island of Chalki, and some other deserted islands. Afterwards, you will enjoy a wine, olive oil, and local products tasting in Embonas village. You will drive up to Profitis Ilias, a 1929 Italian hotel in the heart of a forest of pines, cedars, and oaks trees. Is an ideal stop for photos and to break for a cup of coffee. Your next stop will be in Fountoukli, at the Byzantine church of Agios Nikolaos, which was built in the 14th Century. For a lunch break, you will stop at a traditional restaurant. The last stop will be in Kalithea Springs for swimming at a lovely sandy beach, or for relaxing in a cafe close to the beach. This majestic place is known for its thermal springs.

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Rhodes: Old City Walking Tour

2. Rhodes: Old City Walking Tour

Step back into medieval times on this guided walking tour around the historic Rhodes Old Town. With a local guide, explore the town’s ancient ruins and remnants from medieval times. Enter one of the seven gates that surround the old city and visit the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes (Kastello), Street of the Knights, Church of the Virgin of the Burgh, the Medieval Moat, and many other secret spots. As you explore, discover stories of past knights, grandmasters, and the medieval times of Rhodes.

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Rhodes: Jewish History and Sightseeing Walking Tour

3. Rhodes: Jewish History and Sightseeing Walking Tour

Meet your guide outside the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, a UNESCO World Heritage listed medieval castle built in the 7th century. Head inside to discover the secrets of Rhodes’ medieval period and imagine what life might have been like during the era. Later, wander around the charming Old Town district, boasting yet more impressive medieval architecture. After a tour of the Jewish Quarter, visit La Juderia, the Jewish Museum of Rhodes, and learn about the history and heritage of the island’s Jewish community. Other highlights to the tour include Kahal Kadosh Synagogue, Alhadeff Park, Alhadeff Street, Square of the Martyred Jews, and the Seahorse Fountain.

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Rhodes: Old Town Private Walking Tour with an Expert Guide

4. Rhodes: Old Town Private Walking Tour with an Expert Guide

Immerse yourself in the medieval charm of Rhodes' old town — a UNESCO World Heritage Site that warrants the attention of history enthusiasts. On this guided walking tour, you'll see some of the town's iconic attractions and learn about their intriguing past. Meet your guide at the Palace of the Grand Masters, one of the few remaining sites of Gothic architecture in Greece. Pause to admire the castle and learn how it has undergone multiple changes throughout history. Walk down the Street of the Knights, a cobbled lane sure to stir up interesting conversations about the Knights Hospitaller. Make your way into the Jewish quarter of the old town and visit the Church of the Virgin of the Burgh, a 14th-century citadel that has survived several damages from WWII. Continue down the sandy paths of the medieval moat surrounded by lush green gardens and the city wall. Your guide will also take you around a few hidden gems before the tour comes to an end, and you can spend the rest of the day exploring the old town a bit more or head straight to the beach.

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What people are saying about Rhodes

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 10 reviews

gladly again

we had a wonderful day. Since we had a holiday away from the hotel chains, we were picked up at a separate point (great service), we did the tour shortly after announcement of the Thomas Cook bankruptcy and had some of the affected. The guide has for this reason the tour (although only in English was indicated), also in German, we have learned a lot and laughed a lot. It was an entertaining thoroughly successful day we do not want to miss. Thanks again to the guide whose name I unfortunately forgot.

We really enjoyed this tour. You get a good overview of the island and visit a variety of sights that may not get as much attention and are not as crowded. From older to more recent history, from olive oil and wine tasting to panorama to the beach, everything is included - all brought together by Guide Michael, who shows you his "island" warmly and humorously and has a good anecdote about everything;)

Amazing trip!

Really great day trip & our guide Michael was very knowledgeable and funny. He went out of his way to make sure everyone was happy.

Everything was perfect. We were picked up precicely, Nice minibus, professional guide.

Es war eine sehr gute Erfahrung. Ich werde auf jeden Fall weiterempfehlen!