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Rhodes Medieval city and Lindos (6 hours) (HO)

Price (from):690.00

Port of call Rhodes - Greece

We organize flexible & tailor-made itineraries customized to client's satisfaction and needs

Special programs exclusive for 
clients arriving by cruise ships in
shore excursions


Designed for cruise passengers seeking a more personable service, or a more upscale
Way of enjoying the shore excursions. Arrive on
Oceania Cruises , Crystal Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises . Princess or other Mediterranean cruises. Port Trips , shore excursions and ground transportation in the Mediterranean. We cater to your need and custom tailor, from 1 to 2000 passengers. If you are among those who wish to break away from the crowd and experience more intimate experience. Families and children are always welcomed. You'll always have your PRIVATE air conditioned vehicle and private guide.


Rhodes Medieval city and Lindos (6 hours)




UP TO 16

UP TO 40






The above prices are in Euro and Include A/C bus - A/C Mini bus - A/C car and professional English speaking guide
Extra charge:
Entrance fee to Grand Master Palace € 6 per person
For the final cost please calculate price + (participants X 6) = TOTAL COST

We depart in the morning from the hotel or Cruise ship, and drive to the New Town of Rhodes. This is the modern part of Rhodes, which is built around the walls of the medieval city. We drive up to Monte Smith, the hill overlooking Rhodes Town, for a panoramic tour of the sites of the Hellenistic Acropolis, Stadium, Amphitheatre and great view of the town itself.

We continue the panoramic tour through the new town, past the impressive municipal buildings like the Town Hall, the National Theatre, the Church of Evangelismos, the Prefecture, the Post Office and the Courthouse. From here we drive to the "D' Amboise gate" of the Medieval Town, where we disembark off the buses and walk inside the walled city.

The guide lead the way through the narrow cobblestone streets to the majestic Grand Master's Palace, down the imposing "street of the Knights" and then to the Museum, situated in the Hospital of the Knights of the Order of St John. The tour can either terminate now, with the guests either returning to the bus for the drive back to the hotel or Cruise ship, or staying in one of the many picturesque taverns of the Old Town for lunch (optional) before driving back or staying on their own, for shopping and sightseeing, to make their way back to the hotel or Cruise ship at their own discretion.

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