How much is bus from Rhodes to Lindos?

The cheapest way to get from Rhodes to Líndos is to bus which costs €4 – €7 and takes 1h 43m. How do I get from Rhodes to Líndos the fastest? The fastest way to get from Rhodes to Líndos is to taxi. Taking this option will cost €65 – €85 and takes 47 min.

How much is the bus from Rhodes Town to Lindos?

It’s quite easy to get a bus from Rhodes Town to Lindos on the public bus company KTEL Rodou, which takes 1 hour and 45 minutes to get to Rhodes, making two stops along the way. This bus costs 5.50 euros at time of writing.

How do you pay for the bus in Rhodes?

you pay cash on the bus. however if leaving rhodes town/ lindos you pay at the kiosk. you cannot pay by card. there is no prepaid card.

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How long is the bus from Lindos to Rhodes?

The bus from Lindos to Rhodes takes 1h 44m including transfers and departs hourly. Where do I catch the Líndos to Rhodes bus from? Líndos to Rhodes bus services, operated by KTEL Rodou, depart from Lindos station.

Is there a bus from Rhodes Airport to Lindos?

Unfortunately there are no direct bus routes from Rhodes airport to Lindos. However, buses to Lindos are available at Averof Central bus station in the town of Rhodes. Therefore, you will firstly have to take a bus to Averof bus station, and get on a connecting bus to Lindos.

How much is a taxi from Rhodes to Líndos?

The fastest way to get from Rhodes to Líndos is to taxi. Taking this option will cost €65 – €85 and takes 47 min.

How do I get from Rhodes port to Líndos?

The best way to get from Rhodes Ferry Port to Líndos without a car is to bus which takes 1h 43m and costs €4 – €7. How long does it take to get from Rhodes Ferry Port to Líndos? The bus from Rhodes to Lindos takes 1h 43m including transfers and departs hourly.

Is there Uber in Rhodes?

1. Re: Uber in Rhodes town? No Uber.

Are buses running in Rhodes?

Public buses

From this point, buses leave regularly with direction to major destinations all over the island, including Lindos, Gennadi, Afandou, Kallithea, Tsambika beach, Anthony-Quinn bay in Ladiko and Seven Springs.

Is there public transport in Rhodes?

BUSES: The transportation in Rhodes is generally taken with taxis and by regular public bus services. The island has a well organized bus network. Bus routes and schedules are exhibited in Rhodes Harbour and at the bus stops in Greek and English language. Local bus services are widespread throughout the island.

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What is Lindos nightlife like?

Lindos has as varied a nightlife as it does dining scene. You can chill out in a traditional courtyard, watch big screen sports or party away till the early hours! APOLLO BAR (next to the main church of Lindos on the steps to Acropolis). Friendly, family run bar that opens way into the early hours.

How much is a taxi from Lindos to Faliraki?

The quickest way to get from Líndos to Faliraki is to taxi which costs €50 – €65 and takes 35 min. Is there a direct bus between Líndos and Faliraki? No, there is no direct bus from Líndos to Faliraki.

Do buses run on Sunday in Rhodes?

Two bus terminals, a block apart in Rhodes Town, serve half the island each. There is regular transport across the island all week, with fewer services on Saturday and only a few on Sunday.

How much is a taxi from Lindos to pefkos?

The quickest way to get from Líndos to Pefkos Blue, Pefki Rhodes is to taxi which costs €4 – €6 and takes 5 min. Is there a direct bus between Líndos and Pefkos Blue, Pefki Rhodes? Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Lindos and arriving at Pefki Islands.

How much is a taxi from Rhodes airport to pefkos?

Taxi Transfer from Rhodes Airport (RHO) to Pefki (Pefkos)

Rhodes airport taxi transfer to or from Pefki oneway price €70.00.

Can you walk from Lindos to pefkos?

The walk there is down a steepish hill from Lindos Reception then on the flat for about 1 km then a steady uphill walk, then a steep walk for about another 1km, then downhill to Pefkos. You could always start walking and then flag a taxi down if it gets too much.

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