Belair Beach Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Ialyssos Avenue, Ixia Area, Rhodes Town, 85101, Greece
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Forum Posts

Is there a public bus from airport to the city old town?

by wind001

Is there a public bus from airport to the city old town?

Re: Is there a public bus from airport to the city old town?

by gilabrand

I'm sure there is, but we found the bus schedules in Rhodes very unreliable (you can look at my tip for more information).

Re: Is there a public bus from airport to the city old town?

by leics


I can't find a bus website (nor the official airport website in English) but the Easyjet website has useful (and almost certainly accurate) information about bus times and cost:

Re: Is there a public bus from airport to the city old town?

by Venelin

Literally just returned from Rhodes today.

There are many buses to the city en route from other villages. Many Rhodes destinations can be reached by bus, but a number of attractions are away from settlements and a car might be needed.

This is a website listing all buses in Rhodes and it is updated regularly. There are several summer routes to tourist attractions as well. Use the falling menu to check them.

Hope this helps

Re: Is there a public bus from airport to the city old town?

by Ouzone

The bus from Paradissi passes by Rhodes Airport, you have to cross the very busy main road to get to the stop, unless they have changed the arrangment recently. The bus goes to the New Market building which is rather away from the Old Town, something like 500-1000 metres/yds depending on where in the old town you want to go. Easy enough to walk backpacking.

A taxi would be better as it would be able to get closer to places in the Old Town, about 25 € I would think.
The bus to the airport is much easier as it stops the right side of the road as it were.

Rhodes buses are generally reliable, I have used them all over the island on many stays on the island.

Travel Tips for Rodos (City)

The Mandraki harbour.

by Maurizioago

This was the port of ancient Rhodos. Its entrance could be closed with chains. Time ago at its entrance there were a deer and a hind. Today you can see only the deer. What happened to the hind I really don't know.

The Mandraki is where you can see lots of fishing and daytrips boats. In fact you can book a cruise to Symi Island or to Marmaris (Turkey) here.

The Turkish Fountain in the Hippokrates Square

by Fam.Rauca

In the middle of the Hippocrates Square there is the beautiful Turkish Fountain, an interesting piece of the place.

Around the fountain come a lot of pigeons that become to eat from the tourists, and drink water from the well.

This is a middle point of the square and a meet point for the visitors.

Monte Smith - Ancient Theatre

by steventilly

This ancient theatre is also on Monte Smith. It dates from about the 2nd century BC, though only 3 of the steps are actually original, the rest being "restored" by the Italians again. The three original steps are the different coloured ones, one of which Susan is sitting on.
Apparently the theatre is used for summer performances, though we saw nothing of this.

Street of the Knights

by Myfanwe

The Street of the Knights (Ippoton Street) runs next to the Archaelogical Museum and follows the ancient road which led from the harbour to the Temple of Heios where the Knights built the Palace of the Grand Masters. As you walk up the street you will find on the right hand side, the Inn of Italy which was built by Fabrizio del Caretto in 1519, the 15th Century Inn of France, Italy, Spain, Zizim House, a French Chapel and the Inn of Provence. The Inn of Spain can be found on the right hand side of the street. These buildings now house various institutes and galleries. I had a peek into the doorway of some where the doors were open & was rewarded by the sight of some great architecture and courtyard gardens for my nosiness!!

The Freedom Gate - Pili Elefterias

by Fam.Rauca

The gate was built by the Italians in the year 1924.

It makes possible the entrance from the New City, direct into the Symi Square.

This gate is a modern, large construction that permits the entrance of the cars into the inside of the walls.


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 Belair Beach Hotel

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Address: Ialyssos Avenue, Ixia Area, Rhodes Town, 85101, Greece