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A huge site, spread over 4 layers with many steps between them. At the bottom is a later Roman bath house where you can still see the pool, hypercauste system and painted decoration on some walls.
The main Greek hospital is at the top of...More
The ruins of the ancient hospital are really picturesque. From the hill there is a spectacular view over the sea. The place has good energy and you feel the scent of pines other trees. White, high columns are well saved . Another marvelous place on...More
I recently went to the Asklepion as part of the Island Tour of Kos. The Asklepion was originally a hospital that was designed by Hippocrates. Its a fantastic place to visit and steeped in history. The admission charge is 8 euros, for the over 65's...More
We recently visited the Asklepion as part of an island tour of Kos. The Asklepion was originally a hospital designed by Hippocrates and is a fantastic place to visit and steeped in history. The admission charge is 8 euros and over 65 is 4 euros,...More
Visited here in October 2018 on a very hot day. Entry fees are 8 euros ( 4 euros for over 65's) Our tour guide was very well informed and spoke excellent English and answered all the questions that we asked of him. The site itself...More
This a big temple dedicated to early medicine. This is basically a big Greek Hospital. Get a guided tour. They will explain it better than I can, but it is very interesting. Stout shoes and a bottle of water is recommended. Stunning views from the...More
Served by the local bus service and / or 'mini blue road train' departing from Kos Town, taking approx 15 minutes. A step back in history to what was the healing temple of Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine, used for treatments and healing, spiritual...More
I went the asklepion for a look it was quite good although you only really need to spend about 1hour at the most, it's a little bit out of the way so either drive yourself of get on the blue mini train/bus that's the easiest...More
Response from EllenandRichard55 | Reviewed this property |
We have just stayed at the Kosta Palace on the harbour in Kos Town which we would highly recommend but there is lots of accomodation in that area for around £30 per night which you can check out on booking websites