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Rhodes City Tour Excursion Reviews

Rhodes City Tour cruise excursion
Overall Rating
A city tour is the perfect way to experience the ancient and storied crossroad of Rhodes.
Member Image HickoryShampoo
1 review
Nov 2012
Guide was very knowledgeable and the tour was comprehensive.
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image 2PATBOUNCE
1 review
Jul 2012
We drove a jeep in a convoy up to the mountains on the northern end of the island. For a very modest price we had an incredible experience! And stops along the way made it comfortable for all. The staff were a lot of fun, and had activities for the kids that were on the trip. They were also extremely professional, and very safety conscious. They made sure each driver knew exactly what to do. We went off-road almost the whole time. It was amazing! Lunch was in a little villa on the Aegean Sea. Food was all from the farm! We were gone the entire day for E40 per person, plus E10 for lunch! Carolien, who ran things with her partner, took pictures all day, and at the end of the day made CDs for anyone who wanted one (small charge extra) capturing the best moments of the day, and being sure each jeep and each person was in the pictures. This is the biggest bargain going, and I recommend it heartily. All ages could enjoy this adventure.
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Provider: Carolien Brix
Member Image Summerpls
1 review
Jun 2012
We took a bus into Rhodes and walked the streets. We took in a couple of markets, looked in stores and had lunch in a beautiful park that had such beautiful greenery and flowers ... it was a popular place amongst the locals and we enjoyed it very much.
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Provider: on our own
Member Image Peter Wise
1 review
Apr 2012
The City Tour included The Palace of the Grand Masters, The Street of Knights, Rhodes Old Town and the Archaeological Museum. This was a useful taster and Rhodes is one place I'd consider re-visiting. We skipped the museum - there's only so much historical information you can take in, so we went to explore the old town and had a leisurely coffee and pastry instead. Try to ignore the invitations of the bar and restaurant owners in the main square to eat and drink there. See a price list first. They can be expensive.
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Provider: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

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