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I excepted more for a ticket for 6 Euros but it was alright. We didn't stay long. Not more than 45 minutes. We really enjoyed the walk on the walls for only 2 Euros, but be careful you can only visit the walls between 12...More
My gf and I went into the town the temple itself was nice but one of the vendors outside was able to persuade us to have a drink by using parrots. They came out with an oversized drink we didn’t order and when we sent...More
Worth a couple of hours to wander around the palace, the staff are also very knowledable about the various art works and artifacts. Loved the many mosaic floors which were 1.5 to 2k years old. A good place to start before exploring the rest of...More
The palace was grand and certainly well worth a visit, but it was a pretty austere building overall and may of the rooms look similar - the large number of visitors actually detracted from the experience. A guided tour might be helpful I suppose.
This palace is beautiful and well cared for. Lovely to walk through, but it would have been better if there were some sort of explanation for the rooms visited. We walked through just looking, without any understanding.
Truly amazing. The architecture is fantastic. How they ever built places like this years ago, when today all our buildings are nothing like it at all. Furniture, paintings, lights, all surviving for hundreds of years, and the magnificent staircase. A wonder to behold and certainly...More
Anyone visiting Rhodes town will have the palace on their list of places to visit, with good reason. Whilst not loaded with artifacts there is a gravitas to the building and you can feel the weight of history throughout the rooms.
The mosaic floors are...More
Response from FaniPlagiari | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you can get a combined ticket for €10 at the Palace which also covers the Archaeological Museum, the church of our Lady of the Castle and a Jewellery Collection, according to the Ministry of Culture's website. The Museum... More
Hi, you can get a combined ticket for €10 at the Palace which also covers the Archaeological Museum, the church of our Lady of the Castle and a Jewellery Collection, according to the Ministry of Culture's website. The Museum is definitely worth a visit. Enjoy!
Response from linkedin1963 | Reviewed this property |
Yes it should be open on Monday. Every taxi driver knows the grandmasters palace, ask them to drop off you the closest to grandmasters main entrance, then it is max 3-5 minutes walk. Not so far from the palace in... More
Yes it should be open on Monday. Every taxi driver knows the grandmasters palace, ask them to drop off you the closest to grandmasters main entrance, then it is max 3-5 minutes walk. Not so far from the palace in old town is a big taxi stand and from there they drive you easily to your hotel, enjoy.