Rhodes and the Dodecanese Sights


  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Published 12/14/2015

Fodor's Review

One of the three ancient cities of Rhodes, excavated by the Italians in 1929, lies on three levels on a slope above the sea. Most of the city, apparently never fortified, that is visible today dates to the Classical Period and later, and include an acropolis, a large reservoir, a gridlike pattern of streets lined with houses and shops, and several temples. The hill hides many more ruins, yet to be unearthed.

Sight Information


Rhodes Town, Rhodes, 85105, Greece



Website: www.culture.gr

Sight Details:

  • €4
  • Apr.–Oct., Mon. 8–3, Tues.–Sun. Nov.–Mar., Tues.–Sun. 8:30–3

Published 12/14/2015


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