Linzos Acropolis, on the top of Rhode Island, complements each other in the bay at the foot of the hill, with excellent scenery. Although Wei Chen is not very big, but also very beautiful, most of the buildings have become ruins, but the structure is very complex, many of the original functions and areas have been fully displayed. In addition, in the Acropolis, you can see the water below is very blue and beautiful.
Acropolis of Lindos, historically, was one of the three city states that made up Rhode Island and the capital of Rhode Island. [Tickets] From September to May, Tuesday to Sunday, 8:30am-2:40pm, from June to August, Tuesday to Sunday, 8:30am-6pm. Monday is off. [Transportation] From Rimini Square bus stop on Rhode Island outside the Old World City, take a bus for 40 minutes to Lindos. If you want to see the beautiful seascape on the way by bus, you need to sit on the left hand side. When you get to Lindos Station, you can see the long coastline. It's very beautiful. After the car from Lindos Station, go through Linzos Town and follow the path up the hill. [Suggested time] Linzos and Linzos Acropolis arranged to play together, suggested leisure travel, can play for a whole day. (1) Towering steps leading to Acropolis Square (2) On the left of the steps there is a three-storey warship (3) the stone pillars on the square (4) the Byzantine Church.
At the top of the hill, the view is very good. Tickets are 6 euros, there are warships, and climb long steps, relatively steep, giving people a sense of deterrence, there are some small houses with a pile of stone piers, go up to see the Aegean Sea, it is very comfortable.
Landos, Rhode Island, can see the ancient city built by the sea in 2000 B.C., smaller than the Acropolis of Athens, but located on the Aegean Sea, so it is also spectacular. Tickets are 6 euros per person. From bus station to Lindesh Old Town, you will pass through an old town to visit. You can eat pita which is delicious and inexpensive. It's more than half an hour's drive from the old city. It's convenient and worth seeing.
Ticket prices have risen to 12 euros. It's too common to see the Acropolis. The only bright spot is to see a heart-shaped sea, and of course not to meet the Auntie Regiment. The beach beside the town is super good, the water is clear, the beach is fine and the waves are not big.
Hot Hot Hot Hot left early in the morning, went through Siana town, all the way north to the ruins of Kamiros ancient town. Because of an earthquake before B.C., the buildings in the city basically collapsed. Now Kamiros looks like a labyrinth of rugged rocks. On the way back, it is also true that Kritinia Castle was burning in the sun, or boarded on the ancient castle to see the beauty of the Aegean Sea. Come back and it's 5 degrees dark again!......
The Acropolis is a maintenance worker after the three of us. It's not the Acropolis but the Aegean Sea from a high place. It's really beautiful. Those seas, near the shore, are light blue, and in the distance are dark blue (the physical reasons are not yet known, we will add later).