On Sunday, August 29, the big celebration of theater begins on the island of Rhodes with the 2nd International Rhodes Theater Festival QuintaTheatreFest hosting theater groups from around the world with proposals in various types of theater.
Rhodes is big enough for not having your own vehicle when on holidays and small enough so you will not spend your day on the road! This guide will help you decide if you are going to rent a car or not!
The castle of Monolithos is a must see destination for every traveler, built on the foundations of another older fortress and situated 236 meters high in an amazingly tough natural terrain. The construction was even more challenging ...
The Mosque of Suleiman is one of the most prominent landmarks in Rhodes, and remains a popular site for tourists. Although it has been closed to visitors pending restoration work since 2014, you can still enjoy its design from the street outside. The mosque sits conveniently on top of an old Turkish bazaar.
it's not that surprising considering how much old Town Rhodes has achieved over recent years. It was first designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988 and later an European Union Special area of Conservation (SAC). It's even been featured i
For centuries, people have been drawn to the Friday 13th myth. While many theories exist as to where this superstition originated from, one of the most popular is that it links back with a fearsome group—the Knights Templar.