Rhodes International Airport “Diagoras”
Located on the west side of the island Rhodes, Rhodes International Airport “Diagoras” (IATA: RHO), is the fourth busiest airport in Greece. Built in 1977, Rhodes International Airport’s terminal consists of two separate buildings with a joined corridor in the middle. Departures are served both in ground and first floor while arrivals only in the ground floor. The airport also provides all necessary facilities such as medical clinic, airline and handlers offices, rent-a-car and tour operators kiosks, as well as recently renovated duty free shops, cafés and restaurants.
Rhodes International Airport Transfer
Access to Rhodes International Airport is provided via the city bus, connecting the airport with Rhodes town (line No 23-35) and other popular areas, as well as by taxi transfer.
Port of Rhodes, Dodecanese
The port of Rhodes, the busiest among the island group of Dodecanese, is located in Rhodes Town, close to Mandraki, the old port of Rhodes, as it is called. It connects Rhodes with Piraeus on a daily basis, but also with other islands of the Dodecanese, such as Kalimnos, Kos, Karpathos, Simi and others. As Rhodes is quite a big island to explore, taxi transfers can be your best friend during your vacations. Taxi Mover can offer your taxi transfer from or to the port, but also to your daily trips to Rhodes beaches and villages. Have your personal driver awaiting on your exit outside your boat and start your exploration with a smile!
What to do in Rhodes, Dodecanese
Being the largest island of the Dodecanese and a true beauty, Rhodes is one of the most famous Greek islands of the Aegean Sea. Combining amazing landscapes, interesting historical and cultural attractions and a modern and exciting nightlife, Rhodes can be described as the ideal vacation for the young at heart. Be prepared to fall in love with this island and pamper yourself by arranging your daily trips with Taxi Mover, as you will definitely want to explore every little corner of this amazing island.
Start your adventure in the town of Rhodes. The old city is the largest medieval city of Europe itself. Stroll around the narrow streets with the fortified walls above you, admire the medieval churches and bridges and feel this nostalgic vibe of another era. After all, Rhodes is called the Island of Knights for a reason! Visit the Palace of the Grand Master of The Knights of Rhodes – there is a museum as well on the inside – walk on the Street of the Knights – where there is an inn dedicated to each language – and admire the view of the old city from the top of the Roloi Tower. In the city centre, you can also visit the Archaeological Museum, hosting findings belonging to different eras and civilisations, as well as the Museum of Modern Greek Art, close to the Symi square, hosting collections of paintings, sculptures and drawings from the 20th century.
On the outside of the fortified walls, the modern city of Mandraki awaits to be explored. In the harbour two statues of deers (the symbol of Rhodes) welcome all visitors and are on the location of the ancient statue of Colossus, the 30-meter-high statue considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. You can also visit the National Theatre, the Archbishops Palace and the site of Rhode’s Acropolis on the slopes of Monte Smith with the Pythian Temple of Apollo and the Stadium.
Pretty close to Rhodes Town, only 15 kilometres with a taxi transfer, lies a place of magical natural beauty, where hills, trees and streamlets form an earth-like paradise. Butterfly Valley is the place lots and lots of butterflies choose to leave eggs and reproduce between June and September.
Enjoy the nature, relax and breath in – you are in the ideal place to do so. Another relaxing trip to nature you should take is 30 kilometres southeast from Rhodes Town, to Seven Springs. Pine and palm trees provide natural shade, while a lake composed of seven springs, accommodates ducks and peacocks. Next, take a taxi transfer and drive about 50 kilometres on the south, where Lindos, an ancient city is located. Picturesque houses and little streets and the ancient Acropolis with a temple and towers will steal your heart.
Last but not least, you have to arrange some trips for a swim of course. Rhodes is full of beautiful beaches for every taste and preference, so do not hesitate to ask your private Taxi Mover driver to propose and guide you depending on what you are looking for. On the east shore of the island, Agathi is an almost “untouched” by the human factor beach, naturally pure and beautiful. Now, if you are into water sports, on the opposite side of the island and on a 92-kilometres-taxi transfer from Rhodes Town, the beach Prasonisi is perfect for kite and wind surfing, as well as relaxing by the shore.
Live your days to the fullest during your vacations in Rhodes! Just by booking a Taxi Mover service, you guarantee to have safe, quick and relaxing private taxi transfers from and to your flight or ship, or on your daily trips around the island. Fill in the info required and choose the taxi transfer that can cater for all your needs. It is as simple as that! Lay back and let Taxi Mover care for you! Book your transfer now!