Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Increase in Entry Fee at Greek Archaeological Sites

Starting January 1, 2016, entry prices at some of the most popular tourist sites in Greece will have a higher entry fee.

O Partenon de Atenas adj In Athens, the cost of visiting the Acropolis will go up from 12 Euros to 20 Euros and the National Archaeological Museum will cost 10 Euros, up from 7 Euros.

In Crete, the Knossos site goes from 6 Euros to 15 Euros and in Mycenae, from 8 Euros to 12 Euros.

The Archaeological Museum of Heraklion will cost 10 Euros.

These prices will only be in effect during the peak tourist season running from April to October. In the winter, the prices will be reduced by 50% and the first Sunday of every month will be free.

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