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Rhodes: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

1. Rhodes: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

Discover the ancient history of Rhodes on a hop-on hop-off bus tour of its ancient sites and top attractions. Visit 12 of the city's most important sites and feel free to get off and re-enter the bus at each of the stops. You can hop on and off as many times as you want on the 1-hour circuit. Explore sites such as the popular Elli Beach and the Aquarium, where you can get up close and personal with Mediterranean marine life such as dolphins, seals, turtles, and sharks. Stop at the government buildings or shop till you drop in the commercial center, then visit the Old Town and the area where the statue of Colossus stood. Hop off at the Palace of the Grand Magister to admire its medieval architecture before heading to the Archaeological Museum to see artifacts from Rhodes and neighboring islands. Admire panoramic views from the Monte Smith Hill, and discover over 2,000 years of history at the Acropolis, the Temple of Apollo, and the ancient stadium and theater. With your ticket, you're free to stop at the attractions that interest you most.

Rhodes: Hop-on Hop-off Bus and Submarine Tour

2. Rhodes: Hop-on Hop-off Bus and Submarine Tour

Rhodes, the island of the Knights, has a long history and has developed a significant culture throughout the years. The island has a rich collection of historical sites and monuments that represent Greek history and are well worth visiting. The bus tour will be a truly unique opportunity, as you travel through the city of Rhodes to become acquainted with several of its sights and points of interest. You will learn of history within the city, and along the trajectory from site to site. The Poseidon Submarine departs from Mandraki Harbor, located in the center of Rhodes Island. This unique vessel offers a pleasant and safe tour and is ideal for adults and children of all ages. It remains above sea level at all times, while its hull, the underwater observatory, is 2.5 meters below the surface. Through your own personal viewing window, you can watch the abundance of marine life. Since you can leave the cabin and walk on the deck at any time, you can also enjoy the spectacular view of the Old Town walls, the wind mills, and the surrounding calm sea. Bus stops: Acropolis Of Rhodes – Monte SmithSan FranciscoNew MarinaTourist HarborOld Town Of RhodesRhodes City CenterTown HallPsaropoula Square – Diagoras StatueAquariumRhodes Horizon (Kato Petres)Grand Hotel – West beachside

Rhodes: Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour Bus

3. Rhodes: Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour Bus

Explore Rhodes, the island of the Knights. Discover the long history and significant culture which has developed  throughout the years. The island has a rich collection of historical sites and monuments that represent the Greek history and which are worth visiting.  Benefit from this truly unique opportunity to visit the city of Rhodes and become acquainted with several of its sights and points of interest, both within the city and along the trajectory from site to site.  Have the opportunity to stop at the Aquarium, the port of Mandraki, the Government buildings, the New Market, the Old Town with the Palace of the Great Magister, the New Marina, the hill of Monte Smith with the Acropolis of the Ancient city of Rhodes, the Temple of God Apollonas, the Ancient Theatre and the Ancient Stadium. The audio guides on the bus are available in 9 languages, Greek, English, German Italian, Spanish, Russian, French, Turkish and Hebrew.

Rhodes: Lindos Rountrip Bus Transfer & Acropolis Guided Tour

4. Rhodes: Lindos Rountrip Bus Transfer & Acropolis Guided Tour

Lindos is one of the most beautiful villages on Rhodes and has an amazing ancinet citadel on the acropolis with the temple of Athens overlooking the Aegean sea. Visit there with a hassle-free rountrip bus transfer from Rhodes Town and the northeastern resorts. After a drive along the east coast, passing by rustic villages, vineyards and olive groves, you will reach Lindos Village. You will be captivated by the Acropolis crowning the 400-feet rocky cliff and the whitewashed town surrounded by the azure sea. There is a 20-minute walk uphill through the narrow streets of the town, and you will have to take 250 steps up to the Temple but the views from there will amaze you. A licensed guide will accompany you and tell you the story of the island and ancient Lindos. Explore the ancient site of the last conquerors including the 4th century B.C. Doric temple of Athena and the double-winged portico. Other highlights include a Byzantine church and the remains of the castle citadel of the Knights of St. John. From the summit, there are views of the fishing harbor of Psaltos were tradition says St. Paul landed to evangelise the island. Later you will have free time to explore the scenic village of Lindos and maybe grab an eat. At the end you will board the bus that will take you back to your hotel area.

Rhodes: Small Group Guided Afternoon City Tour

5. Rhodes: Small Group Guided Afternoon City Tour

Start your tour with a drive to Mandraki Harbour, viewing the three traditional windmills near St. Nicholas Medieval Fort, the new market, and the Public Administration buildings all of which reflect the history of Rhodes Town. At the entrance of Mandraki Harbour, don’t miss the two statues of the deer, where it is believed the Colossos of Rhodes once stood. Continuing, we drive to Monte Smith once the Acropolis of Ancient Rhodes. From the tumbled massive pillars of the temple of Athena, the view encompasses the Temple of Apollo, the ancient stadium of Diagoras and the port. Entering the fortified city through the Amboise Gate we walk to the Grand Master Palace. You will continue down the Street of the Knights, its paths paved with colorful marble and superb mosaics, past medieval towers and emblazoned facades. With free time to spare, you will be dazzled by the variety of small shops selling everything from handmade jewelry and fine quality leather to handicrafts and souvenirs.

Santorini: History & Archeology Guided Tour

6. Santorini: History & Archeology Guided Tour

Are you attracted by history? Interested in the past? Ready to be lost in time? This tour will get you back thousands of years ago to the first groups of people that have ever lived on the island of Santorini. You will have the opportunity to visit the 3 most important archeological sites of the island, understant the history and importance of Santorini as a place and introduce yourselves to the ancient greek history. Our first stop will be the Archeological site of Ancient Thera. This ancient city is situated on the top of the mountain, called Mesa Vouno. We will reach almost 400 meters above the sea level and admire this ancient city founded by Theras in the 9th century BC! Our next stop will be the famous Archeological site of Akrotiri. Dated back to the 5th millennium BC this city is a reveal! You will undoubtedly be amazed by the significantly high level of sophistication of this ancient Greek community, counting numerous of cultural and technical achievements. Our last stop will be the Museum of Prehistoric Thera. This museum will enhance our knowledge for there, we will have the opportunity to admire all the finds from the excavations at Akrotiri, as well as other important sites on the island.

Lindos sighseeing tour

7. Lindos sighseeing tour

After meeting your professionally trained guide at the hotel, you will depart Rhodes Town and drive along the east coast of the island passing some of the island’s most beautiful beaches. You will drive through several small villages before arriving at 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 beaches and charming white-washed, sugar-cubed houses. During your visit, you will take a walking tour through the labyrinth of narrow cobbled streets, and past the colorful courtyards and mosaics for which Lindos is famous. Ancient Lindos was the most important town on the island, and has been nhabited for 5,000 years. The Acropolis is home to the ruins of a Byzantine fort and a Greek temple from centuries before. You can also glimpse the Bay of St Paul from the very top of the Acropolis. It is said he washed ashore here during a storm and brought Christianity to the island. After your guided tour of the Acropolis, you will walk down to the village of Lindos for a visit to the Byzantine Church of the Ascension, followed by some free time to explore the area at your leisure. Following your visit, you will return to your transportation for the return drive to the pier along the same coastal road from Rhodes Town.

Rhodes: Private Day Trip to Lindos Village & Acropolis

8. Rhodes: Private Day Trip to Lindos Village & Acropolis

Village of Lindos: Visit Lindos village full of picturesque alleys, traditional aromas and cosmopolitan attitude forms a unique puzzle no one can resist. Above the modern village of Lindos rises the acropolis of Lindos. You will reach there through a short steep-stepped footpath climbs the rocky 116m-high. The Ancient Acropolis of Lindos is a natural citadel which was fortified successively by the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Knights of St John, and the Ottomans. From here the panoramic view of the city and the sea is breathtaking! Filerimos Hill: We will also visit the Byzantine Monastery of Our Lady of Filerimos situated at Filerimos hill. The monastery was built in the 15th century by the Knights of Saint John, who had conquered the island that time. The monastery is dedicated to Virgin Mary the Life-Giving Source (Zoodochos Pighi) and its architecture is much different than the usual monasteries in Greece. Acropolis of Rhodes: We continue to visit the Acropolis stood on the hill now known as Monte Smith and consists of the Temple of Apollo (the remains of the temple of Athena Polias and Zeus Polieus) the archaeological park that contains the Hellenistic stadium, built in the 3rd century BC, where the athletic events of the Alioi Games took place. Stroll at the Medieval Town: We return back to the old Medieval town of Rhodes which is listed in the World Heritage Sites List of UNESCO, one of the best preserved medieval settlements in the world. We stroll in its meandering streets with the most famous of all, the Street of Knights. At the highest point in this road we will see the grandiose castle, the Palace of the Grand Masters, with its enormous towers and now a wonderful museum. It is worth exploring the large Hall of the Council, the Knights’ Dining Hall and the private chambers of the Grand Master. You will admire the mosaics and the decorated floors dating from the Early Christian times.

Rhodes Town and Lindos: Private Minibus Tour

9. Rhodes Town and Lindos: Private Minibus Tour

Start the tour with a relaxing drive along the East Coast. On the way, visit the outstanding seaside park – Kallithea Springs, a true jewel. Enjoy walking through flower-filled gardens, admire floor mosaics typical to the Aegean region, and discover exquisite architectural works made by Italians during the inter-war period. Then continue the drive towards Lindos village. See a typical countryside landscape with olive tree groves, small towns, and beautiful bays. Upon arrival in Lindos, admire one of the most impressive sites on the island. There will be a stop to capture the panoramic view of Lindos village. Afterward, enjoy free time to explore Lindos village with help from the map provided by your tour driver, which will contain historical information and directions for navigating the area. Lindos is a must-see site with a great cosmopolitan feel, labyrinthine streets, white-washed houses, religious and ancient monuments, cozy restaurants, and stylish boutiques. Take a leisurely walk, check out local crafts, snap great photos, sample ice cream or fresh orange juice, or head to the Acropolis of Lindos and tour the archaeological site. Meet your driver again and continue to the next stop, the capital city of Rhodes Town. Enjoy a panoramic drive, along the way, observing all the town’s significant administrative buildings like the Town Hall, the Court, Prefecture Offices, Central Post, National Theatre, and the Main Church. Stop by the Lighthouse of St. Nicholas Fortress, located next to the Colossus site and the Mandraki Port’s windmills. Then, drive to the highest part of the city, also known as Mount Smith, where the Acropolis of Rhodes and the Temple of Apollo are situated. Stop for photos to capture the unforgettable view overlooking Rhodes Town, the northernmost point of Rhodes Island, and the coastline of Asia Minor. After the tour, return to your accommodation or continue your day in Medieval Rhodes Town.

Rhodes Town: Guided Tour with 9D Cinema and Pickup

10. Rhodes Town: Guided Tour with 9D Cinema and Pickup

Explore Rhodes Town with guided tour with Professional tour guide. If you want to learn and see more about the modern city of Rhodes, the medieval town, the Ancient Olympic stadium, and the legend of Colossus, this is the ideal excursion for you. With small group and our excellent tour guide you can have a great afternoon full of new knowledge, but also with a entertainment. We will descend with our luxury coach to the modern city of Rhodes where you will visit 9D cinema. Step back in time during an interactive, sensory movie experience at the 9D cinema. When the show ends for sure you will have one of greatest experience and you can say that you was back in past time. Then We will walk to the place where Colossus of Rhodes was. Short photo shooting and we will continue to the Old Town where you can explore the historical streets of the medieval Town of Rhodes on your guiding walking tour through the narrow cobbled streets. When the guided tour finishes, the guide will inform you about your pick up time and will you have free time to explore on your own the Old Town or do some shopping from the hundredths of shops . Afterwards you are picked up from the Old Town, will drive you and will visit the ancient Olympic stadium. Finally The coach take you to the Acropolis of the ancient Rhodes, past the ancient temple of Apollo enjoy the panoramic view of the town and the lighting of the Ialyssos bay, you will return to your hotels.

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4.5 / 5

based on 448 reviews

It takes you to all the 'must see' places in Rhodes, gives you lots of very interesting and informative information. Provides a very good introduction for new visitors to Rhodes.

Great journey around Rhodes. Gives you a glimpse of everything and you can stop and get off anytime and experience all Rhodes has to offer.

We only had a few hours in Rhodes at the end of our honeymoon so this was an ideal way to see the city in a short period of time.

Very good, especially the submarine with the diving show!

Everything was great and the staff was very nice...