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The park is like Greece itself. There are beautiful, tranquil places in it, but as a whole it is neglected, as it was abandoned for years.
Wooden constructions, such as bridges, require repairs. There are no benches in it, except just a few ones. The...More
The last time I visited this park it was run down but you could appreciate the walk along the water and under the tree canopy. Now a few years on, this park has been left to rot; the bridges are not safe and the park...More
The park is all in shade and location for cooling, but there are many other much more pleasant places in island for this. The park is not well preserved and upkeeped and the bridges over the water are not save.
You will not miss anything...More
Saw from Rhodes guide book that this was a must see. I think it was once a beautiful place to visit but is now a run down, dirty and dangerous place. A bridge over the pond was broken and collapsing. There was rubbish everywhere, including...More
Rodini Park is a sad little park that the Italians set up when they were running Rhodes. It was set up as a pretty little affair with water cascading through it. Today it is badly lacking upkeep but you can see what the original builders...More
Didn't expect it to look like it did! Yes, it's absolutely peaceful, we didn't see a soul. And it was perfect shade from the mid morning sun, it was also really spooky!! Very eerie. Some very interesting art installations at every turn, many quite surreal,...More
So the reviews on Rodini Park are mixed and I think all of them are accurate. Sure the park has seen better days and would do well with some love but it's also what makes it worth a visit. If you have an exploring side...More
We had read mixed reviews about Rodini park but decided to give it a go. It is really run down and in some places quite dangerous with hand rails falling away and bridges which are derelict and nothing to stop children trying to get to...More