Palace of Villiers de l'sle Adam
After Sultan Süleyman had taken the city, it was Villiers de l'sle who had the humiliating task of arranging the knights' departure from...
Inn of the Order of the Tongue of Italy
Built in 1519.
Inn of France
The Inn of France is the most ornate and distinctive of all the inns. On the opposite side of the street is a wrought-iron gate in front...
The Karpathian matriarch dressed in colourful rustic garb dispenses wise smiles and sesame-coated biscuits, while the walls are daubed...
Archaeological Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Housed in the old 15th-century knights' hospital is the Archaeological Museum. Its most famous exhibit is the exquisite Parian marble statuette, the Aphrodite of Rhodes, a 1st-century-BC adaptation of a Hellenistic statue. Less impressive to most is the 4th-century-BC Afroditi Thalassia in the next room.
A around €10 inclusive ticket covers the Palace of the Grand Masters, the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of the Decorative Arts.