Old Town of Rhodes
We welcome you to the Old Town of Rhodes. This Medieval City is the birthplace of the city. The Knights of St John built their first settlement around a small port and expanded it in the 13th century. Today, visitors experience this unique atmosphere with narrow lanes, impressive towers and fortifications, as well as many historic buildings such as Byzantine churches and fountains from the Renaissance- information that you can easily access through this website.
The Old Town of Rhodes has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and it is visited by thousands of travelers every year. The Old Town of Rhodes extends along a narrow strip in the western part of the island, between the sea and the port. Safe, Stable and Sexy for hundred of years, the Medieval City is undeniably the no1 place to visit when in Rhodes whith lots of things to do and experiences to be gained!
We encourage you, to visit the Old Town of Rhodes and try to wonder untill you feel lost around the alleys of this magnificent place. After all...not all those who wonder are lost!
About Municipality of Rhodes
The Greek island of Rhodes welcomes you with open arms. We are hospitable, well-traveled people and love to share our culture with visitors. Explore this beautiful corner of Europe and discover the rich history that surrounds everything! This ancient city is known as "Rhodes, The Island Of Knights" for its illustrious past; it's also famous for hosting fantastic culinary experiences, vibrant nightlife along with warmhearted locals who enjoy greeting newcomers like old friends - all under our unique sun where hospitality reigns supreme.
The oldest inhabited medieval city in Europe. A thrill beyond.
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