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Rhodes, the pearl of Mediterranean, is a cosmopolitan island, combining unique natural beauty, archaeological wealth, great beaches and intensive nightlife. It’s a place for everyone: youthful and family friendly, romantic and modern. That’s why Rhodes is one of the world’s top tourist destinations!
Landvetter - Rhodes
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The Palace of the Grand Master

The palace and fortress dominates the Old Town. It was destroyed in 1856 and rebuilt in 1939. Floors are covered with ancient mosaics and there is an interesting collection of 16th and 17th-century Western furniture.

Ippoton, Rhodes
Valley of the Butterflies

More than 600,000 Greeks and foreigners visit the place to admire the unique "show of the nature!" The butterflies are gathered in their thousands from July to September in search of coolness and humidity. In the morning you see hundreds of them clustered together on the branches. The Valley is located 26 km away from the town centre.

Notio Aigaio, Rhodes
Rhodes International Airport

The international airport of Rhodes "Diagoras" is 16 km from the centre of the town, near the village Paradhissi. You can get the local bus to get to the town. The last bus leaves from the airport at 23:30. You can also get a taxi, the cost will depend on the time, the traffic and the number of luggage you are carrying.

Diagoras, Rhodes
Public Transport

The island has a really well-established bus network connecting all the villages with the town, so it’s not necessary to rent a car. A motorbike will be better and faster.