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Rhodes: Ancient Lindos Acropolis Regular Admission Ticket

1. Rhodes: Ancient Lindos Acropolis Regular Admission Ticket

Avoid the lines at the ticket office with this skip-the-line and uncover the ancient history of the Lindos Acropolis. During your visit, you will come to understand why the Acropolis of Lindos is widely considered to be the most impressive archaeological site on Rhodes. The archaeological remains found on it and around the hill are a testament to the wealth of the ancient town. Wander around all sides of the hill and get some marvelous views, revealing a dramatic natural landscape and the picturesque beauty of the modern town. Take as much time as you need to explore the site. Explore the great Doric Hellenistic Stoa and the Castle of the Knights of St. John. Make your way to the top of the Lindos Acropolis, where you will find the ruins of the Temple of Athena Lindia.

Lindos: Acropolis Entry with Guided Audio Phone Tour

2. Lindos: Acropolis Entry with Guided Audio Phone Tour

Experience the Acropolis of Lindos at your own pace with a skip-the-line e-ticket and a captivating self-guided audio tour on your smartphone. Receive your ticket by email, download the app and the audio tour on your phone, prior to your visit, and travel back in time to experience the glory of the Acropolis of Lindos, towering over the modern town of Lindos on the island of Rhodes. Put on your headphones and explore the multi-layered history of the Acropolis of Lindos, through the remains of the temple of Athena Lindia, the Propylaea and the Church of Saint John. Using the power of storytelling, you will learn historical information and little-known stories and anecdotes from past times. The content of the tour is the result of in-depth research, distilled into brief original stories that will make your visit both engaging and educational. The audio tour can be used repeatedly and at any time, before or after your visit. This is an unmissable opportunity to gain valuable insights into the historical development and multiple uses of the important stronghold of Lindos on the island of Rhodes, and relate to your surroundings in an entirely original way.

Rhodes: Island Tour by Bus

3. Rhodes: Island Tour by Bus

Discover the most important attractions of Rhodes with the assistance of a guide who will provide you with a comprehensive update on the history and culture of the island. Stop at the Valley of the Butterflies, a world-renowned site of exceptional scenic beauty. Witness a valley that has lavishly grown with the plane and pine trees, crossed by gargling streams, and peopled by innumerous butterflies often resting by the thousands along the tree trunks. Head to the village of Embonas, famous for its vineyards and top-quality wineries yielding some of the island’s best wines – yours to taste and enjoy. Move on to the village of Sianna for some history and a visit to the ruins of the fort of Monolithos. Immediately afterward, the journey will take you to the island’s southernmost tip, known as cape Prasonisi, connected to Rhodes through a narrow strip of sandy land, forming two exotic beachfronts on either side. On the trip back, Lindos awaits to enchant you with its truly impressive citadel and the breathtaking, 'birdseye' views from above.

Rhodes: Private Day Trip to Lindos Village & Acropolis

4. Rhodes: Private Day Trip to Lindos Village & Acropolis

Village of Lindos: Visit Lindos village full of picturesque alleys, traditional aromas and cosmopolitan attitude forms a unique puzzle no one can resist. Above the modern village of Lindos rises the acropolis of Lindos. You will reach there through a short steep-stepped footpath climbs the rocky 116m-high. The Ancient Acropolis of Lindos is a natural citadel which was fortified successively by the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Knights of St John, and the Ottomans. From here the panoramic view of the city and the sea is breathtaking! Filerimos Hill: We will also visit the Byzantine Monastery of Our Lady of Filerimos situated at Filerimos hill. The monastery was built in the 15th century by the Knights of Saint John, who had conquered the island that time. The monastery is dedicated to Virgin Mary the Life-Giving Source (Zoodochos Pighi) and its architecture is much different than the usual monasteries in Greece. Acropolis of Rhodes: We continue to visit the Acropolis stood on the hill now known as Monte Smith and consists of the Temple of Apollo (the remains of the temple of Athena Polias and Zeus Polieus) the archaeological park that contains the Hellenistic stadium, built in the 3rd century BC, where the athletic events of the Alioi Games took place. Stroll at the Medieval Town: We return back to the old Medieval town of Rhodes which is listed in the World Heritage Sites List of UNESCO, one of the best preserved medieval settlements in the world. We stroll in its meandering streets with the most famous of all, the Street of Knights. At the highest point in this road we will see the grandiose castle, the Palace of the Grand Masters, with its enormous towers and now a wonderful museum. It is worth exploring the large Hall of the Council, the Knights’ Dining Hall and the private chambers of the Grand Master. You will admire the mosaics and the decorated floors dating from the Early Christian times.

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4.5 / 5

based on 160 reviews

Booked the tickets in advanced and I was so glad we did as the queue was huge (we travelled at the end of September). We didn’t end up using the audio part of the tour so I can’t comment on that. The Acropolis is well worth a visit and quite spectacular. Nothing special about this tour, it’s entry into the Acropolis without having to queue (the same as what you purchase when you’re there!)

A word of advice, get your tickets in advance. We went to visit the acropolis on Monday around 10 a.m. A crazy world was waiting to take its place, it's nice not to wait. Do not visit the site in flip flops and watch out for its slippage when going down to the village. A great discovery we took full eyes.

Super great views over the whole of Lindos, definitely worth a visit! The steep climb is definitely worth it. Be sure to buy a ticket in advance, it's cheaper on the one hand, and on the other hand we were definitely able to save at least 30-45 minutes of waiting time.

Get your guide make it so easy to book activities and create a seem-less experience with no hassle at all, the tickets came through immediately and we used them to skip the que and get straight to the acropolis.

Very nice roundtrip, the guide (Karl-Heinz) was super knowledgable about the history of Rhodos, very interesting to learn so much about the history of the island