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nm1999

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What do you all recommend? I usually use taxis when I'm in Athens but I've never been to Rhodes before so I'm not sure what my game plan should be
 

nickstamoulis

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My thought is I always rent a car in Greece. The driving can be tough in the city since there are so many people, cars and lack of parking (in Athens), but having the freedom to explore is so much fun!

Enjoy your trip to Rhodes!

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If you prefer getting a rental car usually, then I would recommend one. Taxis are harder to use on islands and are really only beneficial if you're in Athens or Thessaloniki
 

Island hopping from Rhodes

Any advice for island hopping from Rhodes? I have a few days free after I land

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Agios Pavlos beach has the most beautiful church!

I love small churches right next to the beach like this one at Agios Pavlos beach! Does anyone know if small churches like these are operating?

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What is Paradise Village in Rhodes?

What is Paradise Village in Rhodes? And what can I do there? My cousin said that I have to go once I visit Rhodes. It looks beautiful:

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What is so special about the deer dama-dama in Rhodes?

I've heard so much about these deer but I don't know what makes them so special. Has anyone seen them around the island?

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The best place to visit in Rhodes is Ancient Ialyssos!

I love the history of this place! In 480 BC, along with the other two city-states, ancient Ialyssos formed a confederation to protect themselves. Together, these three would form the capital of Rhodes. The capital stretched from this area to present day Rhodes Town. You will see the Temple of Athena, the Doric fountain-house, and the Byzantine fortifications.

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