Travels; Rhodes Part 2

Rhodes Island View

Rhodes is steeped in history and we couldn’t miss the opportunity to visit the Rhodes Acropolis which is made up of the remains of the Temple of Athena Polias and Zeus Polieus, followed by a stadium and small theatre.

Temple of Athena Polias and Zeus Polieus
The whole Acropolis is within a large park called Monte Smith, which included a small museum outlining the uses of the theatre and stadium and was home to some very beautiful flowers.
Monte Smith Park Rhodes
Monte Smith Park Rhodes
Monte Smith Park Rhodes
We travelled from our hotel, Sheraton Rhodes, to the Acropolis via Taxi, I however, had the bright idea that we’d walk back down to the nearest town.  Despite the blistering heat and uneven pavements, it was worth it to capture some of my favourite pictures from the holiday.
Rhodes Island View
I’m not usually into travelling around once I arrive at my destination, especially in Europe, usually I just want to chill by the pool for the 7 days I’m there, but I’m so glad that we did and I have now been bitten by the adventure bug.
If you missed part one of my Rhodes travels, you can catch up here.
Lauren xx

1 Comment

  1. August 7, 2016 / 9:26 am

    I’ve just been reading your Rhodes posts (we’re going later this month). Great blog posts – thank you. Love the look of the Acropolis and beaches. xx

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