The Acropolis and the site of Knossos on Crete will be the costliest to get into after the Greek culture ministry announced admission fee hikes this week.
Visiting the Acropolis now costs 20 euros, up from 12 euros, and seeing the world-famous site of Knossos now comes to 15 euros, up from 6 euros. The ministry has also launched 17 single tickets covering visits to several sites across Greece.
At the same time, the government’s plans to extend visiting hours and offer an e-ticket option scheduled to start this month have been put on the back burner yet again.
Other indicative ticket prices are: 10 euros (from 7 euros) at the National Archaeological Museum, 8 euros (from 4 euros) at the Ancient Agora of Athens, 8 euros (from 2 euros) at the Kerameikos, 12 euros (from 9 euros) at Ancient Olympia, 12 euros (from 5 euros) at the Akrotiri on Santorini, 12 euros (from 5 euros) on the islet of Delos, 8 euros (from 2 euros) on the islet of Spinalonga, 8 euros (from 6 euros) at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, 8 euros (from 4 euros) at Sounio, and 12 euros (from 6 euros) at the Ancient Epidaurus Theater.