Hotel Riviera

2 Miaouli Beach,, Rhodes Town, 85100, Greece
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D'Amboise GateD'Amboise Gate

Grand Masters PalaceGrand Masters Palace

Mandraki HarbourMandraki Harbour

great lunch @ Nireas Fish Restaurant in Rhodesgreat lunch @ Nireas Fish Restaurant in Rhodes

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trvelling to Rodos

by ghoudy

Hi, i am planning to visit rhodos in the end of August with my friends . we booked in Kamiros hotel . I would like to know if renting a motorbike is helpfull and is it the cheapest way of transportation ? and for the ones wo visited Rodos, is 8 days anough to explore it and have a good time ? thanks for the help !

Re: trvelling to Rodos

by himalia11

Hello, I've just been to Rhodes for one week and I think that's just fine to explore the island! You can see pretty much in that time. It seems that your hotel is in Rhodes Town, so you can also think about taking a bus - I know at least that Kalithea and Faliraki are easy to reach, and there are also busses to other destinations. But of course you are more flexible if you are motorized. I don't know the prices of renting motorbikes, but there are so much car/motorbike rentals that it will be easy to compare prices and see if it makes sense for you.

Re: trvelling to Rodos

by Superadonis

Hi, I am from Rhodes. Yes, bike is a good way of travelling around, cheap and convenient(just be careful and safe and choose a new one!). Plenty of time to see most of everything!

Re: trvelling to Rodos

by Pappy17

Hi.

I've been to Rhodes a couple of times, and 8 days is plenty of time. In fact, you even have time to take a day trip to the nearby island of Symi. The town on the harbor is very scenic.

Have a good trip!

-Tom

Travel Tips for Rodos (City)

PEOPLE WATCHING

by LysDor

Just sitting at a sunny terrace was a good place to observe locals (and too many tourists...LOL) and have a greek meal or just a glass of wine.

Here is Mari in the front with her greek boyfriend, then Riitta and me of course!

The Elefterias Boulevard

by Fam.Rauca

The most elegant and large Elefterias Boulevard, located in front of Mandraki Harbour is a coastal street with a lot of new building, made in Italian style.

This is a part of the new city of Rhodes, where the new vitality of the modern life is to be felt.

A lot of important administrative buildings are there on this boulevard:

The National Bank of Greece, the Low Court, The beautiful building of the Post Office, the Administration and Prefecture of Rhodes, the Town Hall, the National Theatre and at the end of the street you can see the beautiful mosque of Murat Reis.

On the opposite side of the boulevard there is the Government Palace, an imposing edifice in Venetian style, with arcades.

Gigantic cruise ships run into the Port of Rhodes

by Fam.Rauca

Elegant, gigantic international cruise ships run usually into the Harbour of Rhodes.

These ships are very luxury and offer to the tourists an agreeable vacation of the sea.

We looked at a giant ship that was turn around, with the support of another smaller ship, and it was prepared for the departure from the harbour.

The old "Sheep Pen"

by sandysmith

Mandraki Harbour is so-called as it was the old "sheep pen" which in Greek in "Mandri" and this name was often used for small encircling harbours.
The narrow entrance seen here at one time could be sealed with chains and according to legend this is where the Colossus of Rhodes would have been - straddling where the two statues of the Rhodian deer on either side now reside. However no evidence has been found to support this claim and its more likely that a statue of the colossus would have beeen sited near the Grand Master's Palace.

New Market Entrance

by sandysmith

The New market place has a visually stunning entrance - inspired by the Ottomans no doubt. Go inside and you'll find a shady heptagonal courtyard filled with shop, cafes and food kisoks plus public toilets. The toilets are free and kept very clean btw.

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