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Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Rhodes, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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Don't wait any longer to immerse yourself in the magic of Rhodes! Download our free tour audio guide now and start planning your next adventure. Without schedules, without groups, at your own pace... to discover what things to do, see or visit in Rhodes, whether you are just passing through or staying for several days.

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Our audio guide will accompany you in every corner of Rhodes, giving you privileged information and secrets that only an expert would know. Let your ears guide you and transform your trip into an unforgettable experience! It doesn't matter if you are an experienced traveller or a newcomer, this audio guide is perfect for everyone. Download it now and immerse yourself in the cultural richness of Rhodes!

About the city of Rhodes: Your comprehensive guide

Discover a treasure trove of history and beauty on the sun-drenched shores of the Mediterranean. As you wander through the winding alleys, the grandeur of the Palace of the Grand Master stands as a sentinel to a rich past, offering an unforgettable journey through time. This vibrant city, brimming with cultural heritage, also invites you to indulge in its culinary delights. From fresh seafood to traditional mezes, the local cuisine promises a feast for the senses, making it a must-visit destination for both history buffs and food enthusiasts alike.

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

Rhodes offers a culinary landscape as diverse and colorful as its history. Start with the local favorite, moussaka, a rich layering of eggplant, minced meat, and b├ęchamel sauce. Seafood lovers should try the grilled octopus or calamari, often caught fresh and served simply with lemon and olive oil. For a truly traditional experience, sample melekouni, a sesame and honey bar that's a staple at local celebrations.

Don't miss tasting the cheeses, especially the piquant local specialty known as anthotyro. Complement your meals with a glass of retsina or ouzo, beverages that have flavored local palates for centuries. For dessert, indulge in baklava, layers of phyllo pastry filled with nuts and honey.

As you explore each culinary delight, our audio guide will point out the nearest highly recommended restaurants based on Google users' reviews, ensuring you enjoy not just good food, but the best each location has to offer.

Transportation and getting around the city

When you land at Rhodes Airport, grabbing a taxi is the easiest way to get to the city center. It's a quick ride and not too expensive, especially if you're eager to start exploring right away. Another option is the local bus service, which is reliable and much cheaper than a taxi. Buses run regularly from the airport to various points in the city.

Once you're in Rhodes city, walking is your best bet for soaking in the medieval city's charm. The streets are pedestrian-friendly, particularly in the Old Town, which is mostly car-free. For longer distances, the public buses are efficient and cover most tourist attractions. You can buy tickets directly from the bus driver or at local kiosks.

For a more comprehensive tour of the sights, consider hopping on a tour bus. Tickets for these can be bought online in advance or from the tour operators scattered around the city. These buses offer a convenient way to see the top spots without worrying about transport schedules.

Regarding money matters, both cash and cards are widely accepted in Rhodes. However, having some cash on hand is handy for smaller cafes or shops that might not accept cards. The local currency is the Euro.

For practical travel tips, remember that Greece uses the type C and F electrical sockets, and the standard voltage is 230 V. So, you might need an adapter if you're coming from a country with a different socket type.

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Palace of the Grand Master . Archaeological Museum of Rhodes . Street of the Knights . Rhodes Old Town . Mandraki Harbour .

3d : Palace of the Grand Master . Archaeological Museum of Rhodes . Street of the Knights . Rhodes Old Town . Mandraki Harbour . The Acropolis of Rhodes . Suleiman Mosque . Roloi Clock Tower . Elli Beach . Tsambika Beach .

5d : Palace of the Grand Master . Archaeological Museum of Rhodes . Street of the Knights . Rhodes Old Town . Mandraki Harbour . The Acropolis of Rhodes . Suleiman Mosque . Roloi Clock Tower . Elli Beach . Tsambika Beach . Anthony Quinn Bay . Valley of the Butterflies . Seven Springs (Epta Piges) . Kallithea Springs . Monolithos Castle .

All : Palace of the Grand Master . Archaeological Museum of Rhodes . Street of the Knights . Rhodes Old Town . Mandraki Harbour . The Acropolis of Rhodes . Suleiman Mosque . Roloi Clock Tower . Elli Beach . Tsambika Beach . Anthony Quinn Bay . Valley of the Butterflies . Seven Springs (Epta Piges) . Kallithea Springs . Monolithos Castle . Lindos Acropolis . St. Paul's Bay . Prasonisi . Kamiros . Medieval Moat . Rhodes Aquarium . Faliraki Beach . Profitis Ilias Mountain . Ialysos . Filerimos Monastery .

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