I like it very much but it was so quit this time of the year , i will came back again in the summer to see more of it and spent more time .
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This is a massive palace with huge rooms and equally huge fireplaces, long hallways and wide stone staircases. There are period furnishings in many rooms, and sections of protected tiled floors. Other than some roped off rooms and a few modern light fixtures, there is...More
The building itself is worth a visit. It is huge and well preserved, but we wish we had taken a guided tour of it, as on our own we probably missed a lot of its history and significance.
Walking through the Grand Masters Palace gives you some insight into life hundreds of years ago. Some good pieces well preserved.
We bought tikets there for 2 attractions, which cost 10 Euros. You have to visit this places within 3 days. The palast is very interesting but not accessable for wheel chair access
Beautiful Rhodes has a significant historical landmark, the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of St. John (a.k.a. Knights of Rhodes or Knights Hospitaller), which served as the headquarter for the knights and the palace of their Grand Master. After the fall of...More
Visiting The Palace was the activity we left for our last day... we knew everything else would look less "grand" if we visited Grand Masters earlier. And so it was. This is the most spectacular place on the whole island! Unbelievable, on the outside and...More
The medieval palace is a must-see! We really enjoyed and felt as we where back at those times. The labeling information about the palace is lower than basic, there is no guide, and this is very wrong, because this site is a true diamond and...More
Such history and so much to see within the walls and inside the Palace. The Avenue of the Knights full of so much energy and history. A must. The museum is a must after viewing the Palace