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Rhodes: Old City Segway Tour

1. Rhodes: Old City Segway Tour

Ride through the medieval city of Rhodes, discover the main sights and cover more ground than you would on foot with this segway tour. After a quick induction and safety briefing, begin the journey to your first stop, the Palace of the Grand Masters. Admire the architecture of this imposing monument before riding along the medieval Street of the Knights.  See The Church of the Virgin of the Burgh and the Medieval Moat as well as many other secret spots before continuing your journey to Rhodes' modern seaside area. Here, feel the breeze of the Aegean Sea, ride past the famous windmills, and enjoy the view at the Lighthouse of Saint Nicholas which sits at the entrance of the Mandraki harbor. Stop at several locations along the way for photos. If you haven't got a camera your guide can take photos of you and have them sent after the tour at no extra charge. Finally, follow an alternative route back to the starting point to see as much of the city as possible.

Rhodes Old Town Highlights Self-Guided Treasure Hunt & Tour

2. Rhodes Old Town Highlights Self-Guided Treasure Hunt & Tour

See 10 major highlights in the Old Town of Rhodes while playing a fun treasure hunt game on your phone. Walk the charming narrow streets of Rhodes, see the medieval gates and other sights, and discover some hidden gems along the way. Download the app and start the game by going to the first location. Use observation, logic, imagination, and teamwork to solve the riddle at each location and unlock the next one. Learn information about the medieval city and attractions as you explore. Pause the app at any point if you want to take a break, stop for coffee, or spend some more time visiting one of the sights. Play the game at your own pace and enjoy the medieval charm, castles, and fortresses of Rhodes. Starting from D’Amboise Gate, the tour route includes the Palace of Grand Master. Ippoton Street, the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes, Ibrahim Pasa Mosque, Jewish Martyrs Square, Hippocrates Square, and Marine Gate, where the tour ends.

From Salakos: Profitis Ilias Hike with Sunset

3. From Salakos: Profitis Ilias Hike with Sunset

Start your Profitis Ilias hike of in the charming village of Salakos. Follow along an old mule track to a garden that used to belong to General De Vecchi an Italian Governor of Rhodes from between 1936-1940, whose villa now lies abandoned. Cross the garden toward two hotels in Tyrolean style and climb to the top of the mountain where you will have the chance to take photos of the spectacular view. Walk on a path shaded by dense cypress trees and Aleppo pines. Pass by the majestic villa and its chapel on your way down the mountain and back to Salakos.Try some traditional snacks along the way.

Rhodes: New and Old Town Guided Tour

4. Rhodes: New and Old Town Guided Tour

Immerse yourself in 2 worlds on a guided tour of Rhodes' Old and New Towns. After getting picked up from your hotel, head to the New Town. Here, admire the beauty of the Acropolis before continuing to the harbor of Mandraki, where you can admire Italian architecture and soak up the relaxed atmosphere. You will also have the chance to see the Aquarium and Elli beach. Next, continue to the Old Town and learn all about the island's medieval history from your guide. Take a stroll along the Street of the Knights of Rhodes and marvel at the architecture of the Grand Masters Palace. In Old Town, you'll have an hour of free time to take photographs, relax at a cafe, buy souvenirs, or explore the secrets of the city on your own. If you would like to visit the archeological museum your guide can arrange it. There you can admire artifacts found on Rhodes and neighboring islands. Afterward, you'll pass through Monte Smith where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city, the seashore, and the impressive ruins of the ancient stadium and amphitheater of the Temple of Apollo. Get dropped off back at your hotel at the end of the day.

Rhodes: Private Wine Tasting Experience

5. Rhodes: Private Wine Tasting Experience

Experience the diversity of Greek wines, an intrinsic part of Greek culture. Discover the taste of Greece on this wine tasting tour in Rhodes. With a rich history of winemaking going back to the dawn of the Bronze Age, Greece is Europe’s oldest winemaking region and one of the world’s oldest. Embark on an inspiring journey through some of the best Greek wine varieties available today. Bes led by an experienced sommelier with a passion for Greek wine. After learning how to taste wine properly, be introduced to different varieties of Greek wine. However, since wine is only part of the equation in Greece, you will be taught how to drink it like a local. Get the opportunity to sample local nibbles for a true taste of Greece. Traditionally, the Greeks love to drink wine slowly, in good company and accompanied by a delicious selection of meze. Be taken to an authentic Greek restaurant in Rhodes where the chef prepares dishes designed to enhance the flavor of each wine you try. Savor food pairing that demonstrates the best food to eat with each wine. Learn how the rugged Greek landscape and sunny days are perfect for growing some of the finest grape varieties in the world, producing exquisite red, white, and rose wines.

Rhodes: Rhodes City, Filerimos, and Kallithea Bus Day Trip

6. Rhodes: Rhodes City, Filerimos, and Kallithea Bus Day Trip

Uncover the beauty of Rhodes island on this bus day trip. Capture a picture where Colossus of Rhodes once stood on your tour of the sights in Rhodes City. Step back in time as you explore an ancient settlement on Filerimos. Unwind with the option to take a dip in the Kallithea Springs. Enjoy pickup from a meeting point in Faliraki, Kallithea, Rhodes City, Ixia, or Ialyssos. Sit back and relax in a spacious and airconditioned bus on the scenic drive up Mt. Filerimos. Stop to visit one of the most ancient settlements on the island at Ialysos. Uncover the facinating history of Rhodes from your guide and have an hour of free time to wander through the historic site, see an see an imposing cross with an observation deck, or capture a photo of peacocks. Alternatively, you can purchase a ticket for the medieval Monastery in Filerimos. Hop back on the bus and make your way to see the landmarks in Rhodes. Take a photo where the Colossus of Rhodes once towered, pass by an ancient stadium, and see the medieval Rhodes Town Hall.  Drive along the coastline to the Kallithea Springs and have 2.5 hours explore the springs. Buy tickets to the stunning seaside springs which feature a monument with a charming garden and a picturesque turquoise bay with a swimming area. Return to your meeting point at the end of the tour.

Rhodes: Full Day Guided Island Bus Tour

7. Rhodes: Full Day Guided Island Bus Tour

Soak up the peace and tranquility on both the East and West coasts of the Island, in beautiful spots such as is Kritinia Castle, a castle from the 16th Century situated on a hill about 131 meters above the village of Kritinia. It offers a breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea, the island of Chalki, and some other deserted islands. Afterwards, you will enjoy a wine, olive oil, and local products tasting in Embonas village. You will drive up to Profitis Ilias, a 1929 Italian hotel in the heart of a forest of pines, cedars, and oaks trees. Is an ideal stop for photos and to break for a cup of coffee. Your next stop will be in Fountoukli, at the Byzantine church of Agios Nikolaos, which was built in the 14th Century. For a lunch break, you will stop at a traditional restaurant. The last stop will be in Kalithea Springs for swimming at a lovely sandy beach, or for relaxing in a cafe close to the beach. This majestic place is known for its thermal springs.

Rhodes: Grand Segway Tour

8. Rhodes: Grand Segway Tour

Ride through the medieval city of Rhodes, discovering the main sights and covering more ground than you would on foot. After a quick induction and safety briefing, begin the journey to your first stop, the Palace of the Grand Masters. Admire the architecture of this imposing monument, before riding along the medieval Street of the Knights.  You will also have the chance to see the Church of the Virgin of the Burgh and the Medieval Moat, as well as many other secret spots before continuing your journey to Rhodes' modern seaside area. There, feel the breeze of the Aegean Sea, ride past famous windmills, and enjoy the view at the Lighthouse of Saint Nicholas (which sits at the entrance of the Mandraki Harbor). Stop at several locations along the way for photos, if you haven't got a camera your guide can take photos of you and have them sent after the tour at no extra charge. Finally, follow an alternate route back to the starting point to see as much of the city as possible.

Rhodes Town: Private Walking Tour with a Licensed Guide

9. Rhodes Town: Private Walking Tour with a Licensed Guide

Meet your friendly guide in Rhodes city center and travel back in time as you discover the city's medieval history. Learn more about the era of the Knights of Saint John and Rhodes' Italian roots as you stroll around the UNESCO-listed town. Follow in the footsteps of the world's most important philosophers, astronomers, and inventors and listen to their stories. Witness the city's incredible architecture as you wander through towers and bastions and the remains of the city walls. Enjoy an insider's insight into the way of life of Rhodians before ending your tour back in the city center, where your guide can advise you on the best local eateries.

Private Tour in The Jewish Quarter & Grand Master's Palace

10. Private Tour in The Jewish Quarter & Grand Master's Palace

The medieval city of Rhodes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known throughout the world. Less well known, however, is the Jewish Quarter that once flourished within its walls. This exclusive half-day tour introduces you to the fascinating Jewish heritage of Rhodes Old Town, before taking you back in time to its medieval origins. Start with a stroll through La Juderia, the Jewish Quarter, wandering along the narrow, winding lanes, learning from a local knowledgeable guide as they bring to life the history of La Juderia and the Jewish people who made Rhodes their home.  Along the way, visit notable Jewish landmarks including Alhadeff Park and Alhadeff Street, named after a prominent Jewish family, the Square of the Martyred Jews and its seahorse fountain, and the Holocaust Memorial. You’ll also visit the Kahal Kadosh Synagogue, the oldest synagogue in Greece, and the Jewish Museum of Rhodes.  Next, take a journey back in time to the medieval period. The guide will describe how the battles and sieges fought by the Knights of St. John shaped the town we see today. Admire medieval monuments and walk along the famous Street of the Knights, the best-preserved medieval street in Europe. The tour concludes at the 14th century Palace of the Grand Master, once home to the leader of the Knights of St. John of Rhodes. Today it’s a museum housing medieval furniture, elaborate mosaics, and archaeological exhibits from Rhodes. 

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What people are saying about Rhodes

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 73 reviews

An exciting little treasure hunt through the OldTown of Rhodes. Some puzzles were tricky, which is good for puzzle lovers. It was great that we were out in the fresh air the whole time and could pause the game at any time to enjoy a coffee and a delicious lunch over the roofs of Rhodes. Definitely recommended for puzzle lovers.

It was a great experience with very interesting and useful information. The app is really easy to use and had no problem following the instructions. Great customer support and the tour in general was very affordable, definitely recommend this one!

We did the tour with our children (21 and 12 years old) and it was great fun. It was perfectly organized and everything went very well. We would never have seen so much of the city if we had walked through it. Highly recommended!

Cool Hike with a small group. Enthusiastic guide, told about the area and enjoyed the delicious Greek delicacies. All in all a pleasant and beautiful experience!

A great way to explore the city and learn a little of the history at your own pace.