Archaeological area of Megara Hyblaea
All days: 09:00-one hour before sunset
It is recommendable to call the visitor centre to ask about opening times, since the area is located in a quite remote place.
Free entry: young people under 18 and adults over 65 coming from the European Union; students and teachers with a list of the participants; university students attending courses related to fine arts, architecture and history; other few special categories.
For info: Soprintendenza Beni Culturali Siracusa
Hermes Archeologia e Turismo is an institution that arranges guided visits for individuals and groups. Visits generally last 1 h 30m. Some special and more detailed visits are available upon request.
The visit can be integrated with a tour of the museum of Siracusa, containing the ruins of the ancient town Megara Iblea.
For info on itineraries, costs and reservations: Tel.: 334.7699195 (Sig. Sebastiano)
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