In the most picturesque of the three ports of the city, you find the Yacht Harbour of Mandraki. In ancient times the Colossus of Rhodos stood at this entrance. Today two beautiful bronze deers which are the modern emblem of Rhodos stand in its place. Nearby on the mole stands the lighthouse tower of St. Nicholas, and the three old windmills. The impressive walls of the Medieval Town and the numerous monumental buildings that surround Mandraki add a majestic air – among others the New Market with several shops, the Archbishop’s Palace, the Annunciation church, the Central Post Office, Town hall, National Theatre and Government House ( all Italian colonial style buildings). At the north end of the town, stands the Aquarium which is a nice place to be visited with children.
Marvellous beaches, big modern buildings, a very nice big shopping center, charming neighbourhoods and imposing medieval buildings are all swamped in greenery. Rhodos town is also very well known for the Acropolis of Rhodos, the Ancient Theater and the Stadium located on top of the hill. For entertainment, guests can find very nice restaurants with Greek and international cuisine, bars & cafes.
Rhodos Harbor, Cruise Harbor and Marine are within Rhodes City.
Car parking in most of the areas within Rhodos City Center is at charge.