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Medieval Segway Tour in Rhodes

Medieval Segway Tour in Rhodes - Rhodes, Greece
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Rhodes, Greece

From USD
$73.97

Discover the city of Knights on a Segway! Feel like a modern-era Knight, by visiting all the important sites in the medieval city of Rhodes, where the Knights of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem lived and prospered ... More info ›

Discover the city of Knights on a Segway! Feel like a modern-era Knight, by visiting all the important sites in the medieval city of Rhodes, where the Knights of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem lived and prospered. Feel the haunting and mysterious air that wafts through the streets and explore the narrow alleys in small groups with one of our experienced guides in English.

Meet your local guide at your chosen time and start with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled, electric, self-balancing Segway. Once you feel comfortable, you’ll follow your guide through the narrow alleys of the medieval town, one of the few places that survived unscathed through the middle ages and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988.

Following our experienced guides, the tour passes by the Ibrahim pasha mosque, the oldest mosque in Rhodes that still functions to this day and then crosses Juderia, the Jewish quarters to end up at the catholic church of Lady of the Burgo, the biggest Latin basilica of the island and an architectural gem that fuses different styles and influences.

Next stop is at the hospice of St. Catherine and the tour goes on along the fortification walls passing by St. John's Gate (Red gate) and St. Athanassios Gate to reach our next destination: the mosque of Suleiman, one of the important Muslim monuments that exist today in the West. Then the tour visits the Gate Amboise, the most impressive gate of the medieval fortifications, decorated with the coat of arms of the Order and Grand Master Amboise, which remains a landmark of the medieval town, even to this day.

The next stop of the tour takes place at the Grand Master's Palace or Kastello, the heart of the town's defenses, that also served as the residence of the Grand Master and administrative centre. Gliding down the picturesque Knight’s Street which connected the political with the religious center, we end up at the last stop of the tour. There we arrive at the Great hospital that under the auspices of the Knights provided high quality medical care and attention to those in need and today houses the archaeological museum.

After exploring the highlights of the medieval town and discovering hidden spots and charming alleys with your guide, you will glide back to a location near the starting point where your tour will end. Throughout the tour, the guide takes care in order to make regular stops, when necessary or available, so that the guests have the opportunity and time to take photos, rest etc. Our tours are flexible, so that a group can make more frequent stops, or take a couple of extra minutes at a certain site and then make up for the delay. The tour guide, the segway safety orientation and the helmet are all included in the price. The tour does not enter any archaeological sites or monuments, so entrance fees are not included. Transfer, food and drinks are also not included in the price.

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Through The Times Segway Tour in Rhodes

Through The Times Segway Tour in Rhodes - Rhodes, Greece
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Rhodes, Greece

From USD
$73.97

Discover the real position of Colossus and explore how the knights defended their city in an innovative way, in small groups accompanied by an experienced guide. Admire how the Italians renovated the city and learn about the numerous transformations of the important ports of Rhodes, throughout the centuries.

Meet your local guide at your chosen time and start with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled, electric, self-balancing Segway ... More info ›

Discover the real position of Colossus and explore how the knights defended their city in an innovative way, in small groups accompanied by an experienced guide. Admire how the Italians renovated the city and learn about the numerous transformations of the important ports of Rhodes, throughout the centuries.

Meet your local guide at your chosen time and start with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled, electric, self-balancing Segway. Once you feel comfortable, you’ll follow your guide through the narrow alleys of the medieval town to the open space of the modern part of Rhodes town. Feeling the breeze on your Segway, you will enjoy the charm of the Mandhraki port, a well maintained region peppered with monuments and sites, testament to the town’s adventures through the times.

Following our experienced guides, the tour leaves the medieval town behind, passing through the 15th century Porta Marina (Sea gate), Pierre d’Aubusson’s symbolic work of art, to reach the region of Mandhraki. The tour stops at the Dockyard gate, frequently transformed through the centuries, sometimes to protect the shipyards and some to allow for the marine and land commerce to pass more freely. Then we head north, to the eastern side of the port, passing by the three picturesque windmills. They are all that is left from a series of fourteen medieval windmills, once separating the major from the minor port. Then the tour visits the Tower of St. Nicholas, a majestic 15th century fortress which stands guard to this day at the end of the pier, providing a unique view of Rhodes’ coastline & a perfect photo opportunity.

Afterwards, the tour glides towards the western side of the Mandhraki harbor passing by the New Market and the repurposed Italian administrative buildings of the Interwar period. Next stop is the iconic couple of deer standing on two pillars, at the entrance of the harbor, often portrayed now as a symbol of modern Rhodes and then the tour visits the orthodox church of the Annunciation of Virgin Mary. A former Catholic cathedral, this basilica follows closely on the model church it imitates, that of St. John the Baptist, while it features a unique and harmonious fusion of gothic and byzantine architectural styles, of eastern and western influences.
After exploring the highlights of the modern part of Rhodes town with your guide and taking advantage of great photo opportunities, you will glide back to Ippokratous square, the heart of the Castellania district, once the centre of commerce and justice, where your tour will come to an end.

Throughout the tour, the guide takes care to make regular stops, when necessary or available, so that the guests have the opportunity and time to take photos, rest etc. Our tours are flexible, so that a group can make more frequent stops, or take a couple of extra minutes at a certain site and then make up for the delay. The tour guide, the segway safety orientation and the helmet are all included in the price. The tour does not enter any archaeological sites or monuments, so entrance fees are not included. Transfer, food and drinks are also not included in the price.

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Rhodes by Night Segway Tour

Rhodes by Night Segway Tour - Rhodes, Greece

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rhodes, Greece

From USD
$106.57

A unique opportunity to visit the old town of Rhodes at its best, in the evening when it is bustling with life. Venture off in the small alleys with our professional guides and enjoy the local night life within the walls of the medieval city.

Meet your local guide at 20:00 and start with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled, electric, self-balancing Segway ... More info ›

A unique opportunity to visit the old town of Rhodes at its best, in the evening when it is bustling with life. Venture off in the small alleys with our professional guides and enjoy the local night life within the walls of the medieval city.

Meet your local guide at 20:00 and start with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled, electric, self-balancing Segway. Once you feel comfortable, you’ll follow your guide through the narrow alleys of the medieval town, one of the few places that survived unscathed through the middle ages and was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1988. At the same time, you will enjoy a first-hand experience of the local night life, as the Medieval Town, peppered with trendy bars and charming little shops never sleeps.

Following our experienced guides, the tour passes by the Ibrahim pasha mosque, the oldest mosque in Rhodes that still functions to this day and then crosses Juderia, the Jewish quarters to end up at the catholic church of Lady of the Burgo, the biggest latin basilica of the island and an architectural gem that fuses different styles and influences.

Next stop is at the hospice of St. Catherine and the tour goes on along the fortification walls passing by St. John's Gate (Red gate) and St. Athanassios Gate to reach our next destination: the mosque of Suleiman, one of the important Muslim monuments that exist today in the West. Then the tour visits the Gate Amboise, the most impressive gate of the medieval fortifications, decorated with the coat of arms of the Order and Grand Master Amboise, which remains a landmark of the medieval town, even to this day.

The next stop of the tour takes place at the Grand Master's Palace or Kastello, the heart of the town's defenses, that also served as the residence of the Grand Master and administrative centre. Gliding down the picturesque Knight’s Street which connected the political with the religious center, we end up at the last stop of the tour. There we arrive at the Great hospital that under the auspices of the Knights provided high quality medical care and attention to those in need and today houses the archaeological museum.

After exploring the highlights of the medieval town and discovering hidden spots and charming alleys with your guide, you will glide back to a location near the starting point where your tour will end. Throughout the tour, the guide takes care in order to make regular stops, when necessary or available, so that the guests have the opportunity and time to take photos, rest etc. Our tours are flexible, so that a group can make more frequent stops, or take a couple of extra minutes at a certain site and then make up for the delay. The tour guide, the segway safety orientation and the helmet are all included in the price. The tour does not enter any archaeological sites or monuments, so entrance fees are not included. Transfer, food and drinks are also not included in the price.

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Rhodes Old and New Town Combo Segway Tour

Rhodes Old and New Town Combo Segway Tour - Rhodes, Greece
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rhodes, Greece

From USD
$106.57

Visit all the major landmarks in the medieval town of Rhodes & the Mandraki Harbor area effortlessly, by Segway! This unique small-group tour offers a complete overview of the medieval & more modern part of Rhodes, in a fun & relaxed way in just 3 hours!

Meet your local guide at your chosen time and start with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled, electric, self-balancing Segway. Once you feel comfortable, you’ll follow your guide through the narrow alleys of the medieval town, one of the few places that survived unscathed through the middle ages and declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1988.

First, the tour passes by the Ibrahim pasha mosque, the oldest mosque in Rhodes that still functions to this day and then crosses Juderia, the Jewish quarters to end up at the catholic church of Lady of the Burgo, the biggest latin basilica of the island and an architectural gem that fuses different styles and influences ... More info ›

Visit all the major landmarks in the medieval town of Rhodes & the Mandraki Harbor area effortlessly, by Segway! This unique small-group tour offers a complete overview of the medieval & more modern part of Rhodes, in a fun & relaxed way in just 3 hours!

Meet your local guide at your chosen time and start with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled, electric, self-balancing Segway. Once you feel comfortable, you’ll follow your guide through the narrow alleys of the medieval town, one of the few places that survived unscathed through the middle ages and declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1988.

First, the tour passes by the Ibrahim pasha mosque, the oldest mosque in Rhodes that still functions to this day and then crosses Juderia, the Jewish quarters to end up at the catholic church of Lady of the Burgo, the biggest latin basilica of the island and an architectural gem that fuses different styles and influences. Next stop is at the hospice of St. Catherine and the tour goes on passing by St. John's Gate (Red gate) and St. Athanassios Gate to reach the mosque of Suleiman. Then the tour visits the Gate Amboise, the most impressive gate of the medieval fortifications & landmark of the medieval town.

The next stop of the tour takes place at the Grand Master's Palace or Kastello, the heart of the town's defenses, residence of the Grand Master and administrative centre. Gliding down the picturesque Knight’s Street we end up at the last stop in the medieval town, the Great hospital that today houses the archaeological museum.

Following your guide, the tour leaves the medieval town behind, passing through the 15th century Porta Marina (Sea gate), Pierre d’ Aubusson’s symbolic work of art, to reach Mandraki. The tour stops at the Dockyard gate and then heads north, passing by the three picturesque windmills. The tour visits the Tower of St. Nicholas that stands guard to this day at the end of the pier, providing a unique view of Rhodes’ coastline & a perfect photo opportunity.

Afterwards, the tour glides towards the western side of the Mandraki harbor passing by the New Market and the repurposed Italian administrative buildings of the Interwar period. Next stops are the iconic couple of deer standing on two pillars, at the entrance of the harbor, a symbol of modern Rhodes and then the orthodox church of the Annunciation of Virgin Mary. After exploring the highlights of Rhodes town and taking advantage of great photo opportunities, you will glide back to Ippokratous square, the heart of the Castellania district, where your tour will come to an end.

Throughout the tour, the guide takes care to make regular stops, when necessary or available, so that the guests have the opportunity to take photos, rest etc. Our tours are flexible, so that a group can make more frequent stops, or take a couple of extra minutes at a certain site and then make up for the delay. The tour guide, the segway safety orientation and the helmet are all included in the price. The tour does not enter any archaeological sites or monuments.

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Rhodes Private Half-Day Tour

Rhodes Private Half-Day Tour  - Rhodes, Greece

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Rhodes, Greece

From USD
$219.40

Private tour with English speaking driver and air conditioned vehicle including the highlights of Rhodes New and Medieval Town & Lindos Acropolis.

Private tour starts in the Old Town; we will walk up through the street of the Knights of St.John of Jerusalem passing the impressively restored Palace of the Grand Masters, the most imposing building of medieval Rhodes. It was originally built in the 14th Century, but demolished by an explosion in 1856 ... More info ›

Private tour with English speaking driver and air conditioned vehicle including the highlights of Rhodes New and Medieval Town & Lindos Acropolis.

Private tour starts in the Old Town; we will walk up through the street of the Knights of St.John of Jerusalem passing the impressively restored Palace of the Grand Masters, the most imposing building of medieval Rhodes. It was originally built in the 14th Century, but demolished by an explosion in 1856. It was restored in 1939, during the Italian occupation. We continue to the entrance of the old harbor where the famous Colossus of Rhodes once stood, and then past the many hotel complexes as we drive up to the Acropolis of Rhodes. From that point you will enjoy an excellent panoramic view. Then we visit the Temple of Apollo, the Greek Stadium and the Greek amphitheater.

We continue our tour to Lindos along the 35-miles of east coast, passing beautiful small villages, with many gnarled olive trees. As we approach Lindos you will first notice the impressive Acropolis with the village situated (like a picture postcard) below. This is a magnificent sight! We drive south of Lindos, to St. Paul’s Bay which is also has a fantastic view. Then we drive to the main square of Lindos so you can visit the village and climb up to the Acropolis. To reach Lindos Acropolis you will be required to climb or ride on a donkey 292 steps. If you wish we can then stop for lunch or even swimming on the sandy beach of Lindos.

On the way back we drive along the coastal road to Faliraki, where a beautiful sandy beach awaits. Upon returning to Rhodes Town, you may choose to be dropped off to your hotel, or your cruise ship, or near the city gates of the Old Town for independent browsing.

*Our English-speaking tour driver has good knowledge of history and culture of Greece and will guide you till you enter sites. Please note that tour drivers cannot escort you inside the archaeological sites and museums.

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Rhodes Private Full-Day Tour

Rhodes Private Full-Day Tour  - Rhodes, Greece
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Rhodes, Greece

From USD
$238.21

Private full day tour with English-speaking driver and air-conditioned vehicle. Your tour includes the highlights of Rhodes New and Medieval Town, Lindos Acropolis, Butterfly Valley (during summer period mid June until mid September), and Filerimos.

Your private tour starts in the Old Town ... More info ›

Private full day tour with English-speaking driver and air-conditioned vehicle. Your tour includes the highlights of Rhodes New and Medieval Town, Lindos Acropolis, Butterfly Valley (during summer period mid June until mid September), and Filerimos.

Your private tour starts in the Old Town. You'll walk up through the street of the Knights of St.John of Jerusalem, passing the impressively restored Palace of the Grand Masters, the most imposing building of medieval Rhodes. It was originally built in the 14th Century, but demolished by an explosion in 1856. It was restored in 1939, during the Italian occupation. You will continue to the entrance of the old harbor where the famous Colossus of Rhodes once stood, and then past the many hotel complexes as you drive up to the Acropolis of Rhodes. From that point you will enjoy an excellent panoramic view. Then you'll visit the Temple of Apollo, the Greek Stadium and the Greek amphitheater.

Your tour continues to Lindos along the 35-miles of east coast, passing beautiful small villages with many gnarled olive trees. As you approach, Lindos you will first notice the impressive Acropolis with the village situated (like a picture postcard) below. This is a magnificent sight. Traveling south of Lindos, to St. Paul’s Bay which also has a fantastic view. Then you'll drive to the main square of Lindos, so you can visit the village and climb up to the Acropolis. To reach Lindos Acropolis, you will be required to climb or ride on a donkey 292 steps. If you wish, you can then stop for lunch or even swimming on the sandy beach of Lindos.

On the way back, you drive through the island, from the East to the West coast. The road passes through villages and densely wooded areas, where you'll come to the Valley of the Butterflies.This site is beautiful, but especially from June to September when thousands of multi-colored butterflies appear. You can have a look for 10-15 minutes, but if you want to pass through the “Valley of the Butterflies” it takes approximately 30 minutes to walk. 
Continuing on to the west coast, and after driving upwards for 3 miles, you reach the top of Filerimos Mountain which has a marvelous panoramic view. The tour comes to the ruins of the acropolis of the ancient lalussos, and here you'll have one of the best panoramic views of Ixia, one of the biggest tourist resorts in Rhodes.

Upon returning to Rhodes Town, you may choose to be dropped off to your hotel, or your cruise ship, or near the city gates of the Old Town for independent browsing.

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