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Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes
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Medieval Segway Tour in Rhodes
Ranked #5 of 117 things to do in Rhodes Town
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

outstanding. enjoyed just wondering, its still in great condition and you can buy a home within the walls,

Thank diane p h
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very grand, rather empty reconstructed building full of ancient mosaic floors taken from island of Kos. Lots of old wooden furniture such as chests, presumably belonging to various knights from different countries. Books from 1500-1700 open to so can see the handwriting and pictures with gold leaf! Not many explanations, so just have to soak up the feeling of history instead. Rather hidden away downstairs there is an exhibition of Byzantine art - ancient icons on wood - which was superb. It was closed (it closes at 5pm) when we went so we explained at the desk how badly we wanted to see it and they signed our tickets and allowed us in the next day! It was my favourite part of the whole museum.

Thank K L
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited Rhodes town recently and happened to visit the Palace on a day it was free to get in....which was an added bonus. But it is well worth going inside to see this wonderful place.

Thank FranMandy
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

During our stay in Pefkos, we took a day trip to Rhodes to see the historic buildings and ruins. It is a great day out and all the shops and restaurants/bars surrounding the palace are brilliant!
The buildings themselves are amazing to look at and definitely a good way to spend a day!

Thank Declan M
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The visit consists of a series of large wood panelled rooms. None have any particular character and are almost all empty. They are built to impress but have no sense of purpose. The magnificent Roman mosaic floors were removed from their original sites on the island of Kos to be reinstalled in this building because the builders of this reconstruction had the power to do so.

In addition the rooms are reached by a long and steep staircase without a handrail.

Thank Golinajoe
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