Acropolis of Rhodes

Acropolis of Rhodes

The Acropolis of Rhodes stands at the highest point of the city and has stunning views of the bay. Dating back to the 2nd to 3rd century BC, the site was once home to large temples, public buildings and even underground cult rooms. Remaining features include a theatre, stadium and the Temple of Apollo. A cultural must-see.
Panorama Apartments Rhodes
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Panorama Apartments Rhodes

Rhodes Town, Rhodes

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0.7 Km to Acropolis of Rhodes

  • Great for families
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Blue Sky Hotel
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Blue Sky Hotel

Rhodes Town, Rhodes

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1.2 Km to Acropolis of Rhodes

  • Close to the beach
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Oktober Downtown Rooms
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Oktober Downtown Rooms

Rhodes Town, Rhodes

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1.3 Km to Acropolis of Rhodes

  • Vibrant central location
  • Perfect for local culture
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Pythion Temple of Apollo

Pythion Temple of Apollo

Rhodes Town, Rhodes

Standing tall at the highest point in Rhodes is the Acropolis, and one of its most notable features is the Pythian Temple of Apollo. It's believed to be one the most important worshipping temples of the ancient...

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Ancient Olympic Stadium

Ancient Olympic Stadium

Rhodes Town, Rhodes

A famous feature of the ancient Greeks’ history was their love of sport and games, and you can witness this at the Acropolis of Rhodes. The 210-metre stadium that once hosted the Haleion Games still boasts its...

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Diagoras Monument

Diagoras Monument

Rhodes Town, Rhodes

Diagoras of Rhodes was one of the most celebrated ancient Greek boxers, whose sons were also Olympic champions. His daughter was also the only lay woman to enter the Olympic Games. Today, a monument of this...

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