Rent a vacation rental home, villa rental or vacation rental in Rhodes Old Town, Dodecanese, Greece. Visit the medieval Old Town of Rhodes where residents live and work in centuries old buildings. All through the city are picturesque squares and a variety of historical buildings, witness to the birth of democracy. Rent holiday lodging, villas and apartment rentals directly from the owners with Owner Direct Vacation Rentals, apartment rentals, accommodations in Rhodes Old Town, Greece.
Old Town Rhodes, a monument to the world’s cultural heritage and at the crossroads of East and West cultures.
Welcome to Rhodes Old Town, the principal city the beautiful island of Rhodes, known for its mystical historical monuments, gorgeous beaches and sun filled weather, Rhodes is a tourist's delight. Whether you are here for a holiday with your family or as a couple or are on a business trip, Rhodes offers you a variety of places to visit like no other place in the world.
Rhodos Island in Greek chain of islands known as the Dodecanece islands in Aegean Sea is home to The Old Town Of Rhodes.
The Old City of Rhodes is a World Heritage Site and in the opinion of many, one of the three most impressive places in Greece after the Acropolis of Athens and the Volcano of Santorini. To wander through the medieval city is one of life's treasures; the Old Town of Rhodes is a bustling neighborhood of some 6,000 people who live and work in the same buildings that the Knights of St. John lived six centuries ago. It is the oldest inhabited medieval town in Europe, the land of historic myth, romantic locales and exciting beaches.
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The Medieval Town of Rhodes is known among locals as “The Old Town”. The site is incredibly well preserved and there are projects conducted to restore and improve the medieval town. The oldest inhabited medieval fortress in the world has over 200 streets or lanes with no name on them. It’s really easy to get lost but don’t be afraid: there is a lot to see and do!