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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
The view from the acropolis is one of the most beautiful places I have seen in Greece. If you are going to Rhodes don’t miss this! We stayed in Rhodes and took the city bus to Lindos. I recommend getting there early .
The Acropolis of Lindos is very well preserved with Venetian and ancient elements to coexist excite every visitor! The route is difficult to climb on wide stairs but the result justifies anyone who endures! Wonderful views across the Aegean!
Although a small climb up, it's worth it. The views over the city are amazing and the walk up is interesting with mainly local shops and eating places. We stopped off for a crepe which was amazing!
The acropolis is worth seeing, if only to...More
As expected considering its location, the Lindos Acropolis is really an excellent viewpoint of the surroundings, which I suspect is the highest gain of everyone visiting it.
That's because once inside the walls, things are a bit dissapointing. You can't find much inside, except for...More
The Acropolis of Lindos was amazing. We spent hours climbing, but it was worth it! This is a must see and do. Good shoes, for sure. Gorgeous views in every direction. Your legs will be sore by the end of the day.....but so what, you...More
We visited here twice during our visit to Rhodes. It’s a large rambling place and you need to get wear stout footwear as it can be a bit slippy and rocky in places. It’s a great place to immerse yourself in Rhodes’ history and there...More
If you visit Rhodes you have to visit the Acropolis at Lindos. Geeat views, palpable sense of history and loads to photograph. There are interpretation boards to help you understand all the relics. You do have to pay to get in but I felt it...More
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
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.