Adults cost 5 euros, over-60s and children aged 12-17 cost 3.50 euros, and children aged 6-11 are 2.50 euros. Children under-6 go free.
Bronze Age to Roman galleries are set to open some time in 2011.
It's well worth a visit – especially when combined with a visit to any of the temples. If there is a special exhibition upstairs, pop up to see the marble candelabrum (or cippus) at the top of the stairs. On the base is an inscription in Phoenician and a shorter version in Greek. This, and its pair (now in the Louvre in Paris), helped experts first decipher the Phoenician language.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- First-time travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Design and architecture