The Medieval city of Rhodes is a monumental architectural complex. It was built on the same place that from 408 B.C was the Ancient city of Rhodes, on a Byzantine smaller castle by the Order of the Knights of St John of Jerusalem who occupied the island from 1309 to 1523. They have transformed the city into a stronghold against the Musulman threads. The medieval city is divided in two parts. The Upper Town with the Palace of the Grand Masters, the Hospital and the Street of the Knights and the Lower Town where Gothic architecture coexists with Islamic mosques, public baths and other buildings dating from the Ottoman period. From 1988 the Medieval City of Rhodes has been included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.
Elli nightclub is located next to the Mandraki harbour and Elli beach, the club was last renovated in 2007.
There is a stage where Greek folk dancing and international bands play and a dance floor for patrons to use.
Elli is open every night until late and is free to enter.
Hatzikelis restaurant is located in the old part or Rhodes Town beside the Church of Our Lady.
The menu is a la carte with fish being the specialty and traditional local Rhodian cuisine, using fresh local produce.
All major credit cards are not accepted.
It is open from 11am to 2am
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