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Private Tour: Lindos and Rhodes Old Town Day Trip
"Start your day trip at a time to suit your schedule and then leave your Rhodes hotel by minivan with your private guide. Travel by air-conditioned minivan along the island’s east coast and gaze out of the window at some of Rhodes’ most beautiful beaches. Pass through several sleepy villages and finally stop in Lindos the island’s famous ancient village.Lindos’ pretty streets are fringed by the sugar cube houses found on many a Greek island but it’s the magnificent 4000-year-old acropolis that gives the village its star appeal. Work your way up Lindos’ gently winding cobblestone streets and head inside the acropolis to explore with your guide (own expense). Have your camera ready to capture sights of the ruined Byzantine fortress and an Ancient Greek temple
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Private Tour: Rhodes City Including the Old Town and Palace of the Grand Masters
"Leave your Rhodes hotel by air-conditioned minivan and travel from the island’s main pier through the newer neighborhood of Rhodes city. Pass alongside Mandraki Esplanade to see government buildings and notable modern landmarks such as the Church of the Annunciation — built as recently as 1925 — and a re and ask as many questions as you like about the city the island and the sights. Since your tour is private the itinerary is flexible and can be tailored to the sights you want to see.Swing past the deer statues of Mandraki Port and continue up Monte Smith to gaze at the dramatic island vistas against the backdrop of the Aegean Sea. Stretch your legs on a stroll around the vantage point soak up the views
From EUR50.00
 
Santorini Full-Day Guided Sightseeing Tour
"Spend a day on a private-guided tour exploring excavations of Akrotiri a prehistoric Bronze Age city frozen in time by ash that fell during the Minoan volcanic eruption 3600 years ago. Some speculate that this is the origin of the mythical city of Atlantis.Admire the elaborate drainage system sophisticated multi-storied buildings magnificent wall paintings and excavated furniture and vessels that show the former settlement's great prosperity.Next
From EUR500.00

More Local Customs in Symi

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Greek Turkish Friendship

With the close proximity of Symi to the Turkish coastline, historically their inhabitants haven't always got along.However, there are many events held on the island through the year to bring the...
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Symi Animal Welfare (SAW)

As is typical of most Greek Islands Symi has an abundance of cats, roaming the streets, restaurants and accomodations.As well as feeding from the titbits fed by tourists and scavaging the bins of...
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VE Day Parade

8th May each year is a Bank Holiday on Symi, as VE Day is commemorated. Les Catherinettes Restaurant on the waterfront (clock tower side) has a plaque to recognise that at this place, the peace treaty...
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How many times have YOU been to Symi?????

2 /3rds of tourists to Symi are estimated to be return visitors! It's not long before you realise that most of your fellow holidaymakers have been to Symi before - and each encounter is started with...
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Symi Cats

More cats here on Symi as on Rhoddes and Kos ;-0They seemed well cared for and indeed each year a volunteer vet comes over to attend to any medical attention they need and to neuter them if necessary....
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Symi Museum

If you want to learn about the history and customs of Symi then its worth a visit to the Archaelogical and Folklore museum which is located in a mansion in the parish of Lieni in Chorio. The museums...
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Water Supply

Due to the barreness of Symi's landscape water is scarce and virtually ALL the town's water is brought over by ship to the island. Hence its best to used the water in your apartments sparingly as...
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Donkeys

As in many other greek islands the faithful donkey is used to porterage good up and down the narrow stepped streets and alleys where cars cannot go. Watch out for them especially on the Kali Strata,...
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The Frappé

The Greek islands claim to be the home of the Frappé, basically iced coffee with a nice foamy head on it. You can get these almost everywhere, and there are some cafes that seem to serve little else -...
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Cats

There are a lot of stray cats on Symi, but these cats do not seem to be starving, or sick, or unhappy. And they're certainly not a problem. Sometimes one, two or more will come and sit near you at...
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Greek Plumbing

Be prepared for the usual routine with the toilets when in Symi, i.e. no paper down the loo, put it in the bin instead. This can kind of put some people of the idea of holidaying in Greece - don't let...
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Symi's Ducks

I think these ducks have become permanent residents here we saw them several times in the day - always up to some sort of mischief ;-)
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Mending Nets

Symi haas a strong fishing history, the sponge diving is not as plentiful as in former days and is declining somewhat but fishermen can still be seen mending their nets in the sun at the harbourside. ...
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Akti Georgiou Gennimata, Symi, Greece
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Akti Gennimata, 85600, Greece
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Chorio, Symi, 85600, Greece
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Things to Do Near Symi

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Marina

Want a nice outdoor Restaurant but can't find one, thats because they all seem to be located in the one area. If you continue walking the Esplanade, make sure you go around the corner where the Castle...
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Dalyan

Warning to young females thinking of travelling to Turkey. I wanted to write this blog to advise young girls who are thinking of travelling to Marmaris, Dalaman. Turkey. Myself and a friend...
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Icmeler beach

Nice situated all inclusive hotel on the beach. Nice view to Marmaris bay, beach boulevard 3,5 km to the centrum, dolmus leaves to centrum or Icmeler just front of the hotel. The hotel itself was very...
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"Symi..A place to return to again and again and ..."
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"Light and Shade of Symi"
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"Symi Town"
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Maggies

"CHARMING SYMI"
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"Simy Island"
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