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All reviews worth the climb entrance fee information boards amazing views walk up health and safety worth the effort early in the morning steep steps donkey taxi bottle of water take your time flip flops on foot poor donkeys well worth the visit donkey rides
You see the Acropolis from miles away as you drive or sail towards Lindos, and if by road, you arrive at a car park from which you must walk. Or pay 4 or 5 Euro for transport to the bottom of the hill (10 min...More
I read before hand that on average most people spend about 30 mins or so, OK we spent an hour but myself wife (35) and daughter (13) all found the history and translations of each highlight most interesting. Lots of people there but not to...More
Expensive admission with high tech entrance.No toilets or refreshments and little acknowledgement of Health and safety.Well worth a visit to admire the construction and the magnificent views from every angle.
They have lots of old ruines and beside them this modern construction of pillars etc..going on. In my opinion this definitely takes away for the original site.
History is very interesting and spectacular view once you get up there.
The acropolis at Lindos is a amazing place, 460 BC the 300 odd steps to the top is not recommended for older people, there are donkey rides to the top though, entry cost is not too bad, the views are beautiful.
Ruins of a castle from the 1500's with beautiful view of the Aegean/Med. Better than the ruins at Kastelos on Rhodes or what little remains on the cliff overlooking Haraki (in fact, the Argo restaurant owner told us that if the locals had left the...More
Bit of a hike to say the least but well worth it when you get to the top with wonderful views of Lindos and the bays and ocean.
Some areas no handrails so small children should be carefully watched.
For the less energetic there are...More
You need to be quite fit to attempt all the steps up to the top, it is very interesting and well worth the trip, please don't use the donkeys if you are overweight or just generally heavy. They are very well looked after though and...More
Wife and I were there a week ago and yes its a must see place if you are on Rhodes.
We walked up through the old town via the donkey path, (Steep) but Donkey rides up for those who feel they cant manage the hike....More
Visiting the pretty village of Lindos, we climbed the hill to visit the acropolis. The views on the way up and at the top are magnificent and worth the climb by themselves. The ancient acropolis is well worth the climb as it’s an interesting monument...More
12 euros which as another person has indicated is a little pricey. However my friend and I were among the first people to arrive having caught the first donkeys at 7 55 am. I would thoroughly recommend getting there early... More
12 euros which as another person has indicated is a little pricey. However my friend and I were among the first people to arrive having caught the first donkeys at 7 55 am. I would thoroughly recommend getting there early it’s much nicer without crowds. As we left the queue to enter was way down the hill. And the donkeys rested for the whole hour we visited.