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The Acropolis of Rhodes

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The Acropolis of Rhodes

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Day Trip to Lindos with pickup from Rhodes, Ixia, Ialyssos, Kallithea, Faliraki
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Day Trip to Lindos with pickup from Rhodes, Ixia, Ialyssos, Kallithea, Faliraki

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Heading to Lindos from other parts of Rhodes often means choosing between hire cars or the fixed itineraries of tours. This experience provides the best of both of worlds: return coach transport combined with ample free time to enjoy the whitewashed town, its Acropolis, and beach as you wish. A handy Lindos map, Rhodes Town hotel and port transfers; and hotel transfers from Ixia, Ialyssos, and Kallithea are included.
US$30.71 per adult
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Stuart C wrote a review Nov 2020
Rayleigh, United Kingdom2,919 contributions290 helpful votes
At the back of Rhodes town there is a free car park by the road. The Acropolis is fenced off and has scaffolding on it. A short walk away below is the ancient theatre. Neither is particularly impressive but maybe the restoration work will help. Also of note is google maps doesn’t seem to know how to get there so follow the sign posts from Rhodes Town.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Eddy wrote a review Oct 2020
United Kingdom43 contributions15 helpful votes
Will be a great visit when it is opened fully not sure when that will be. We were able to see some of the area for free at the moment but the Acropolis itself is closed off to visitors.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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LadyMooMcr wrote a review Oct 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom449 contributions233 helpful votes
The walk up to here can be done either from Rhodes Old Town or from the opposite end where the row of hotels are. The walk up is challenging but nice. Also the views you get over the main bay are spectacular and worth the effort. The ruins themselves are a bit of a damp squib - the Temple of Apollo consists of one tower surrounded by scaffolding so views are limited, its also cordoned off so you cant really get to it. The cinema and what looks like a Chariots of Fire style racing trace are more impressive and you can walk around these freely. It's worth the climb but those expecting to see statues and lost greek treasures are going to be disappointed.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Karin and Filip wrote a review Oct 2020
Eeklo, Belgium2,164 contributions266 helpful votes
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Lots to see here ! There is the temple of Apollo Pythios, the remains of the Athena Polias and Zeus Polieus Temple, the Nympaeums, Church of Nikolaos, the Odeon, the stadium, .... A must visit when in Rhodes !
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Margaret S wrote a review Sep 2020
Napier, New Zealand553 contributions111 helpful votes
We caught the hop on hop off bus up here. The bus was E10 and may have been the Red Bus City Tour. The views were spectacular. We wandered around the ruins for 1/2 hr. . But the best part was catching the bus back down and going past Elli Beach.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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