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Greece to raise Acropolis entry fee in 2025




From April 2025, visitors of the Acropolis in Greece will have to pay an increased fee for their entry ticket.

According to Skai, the culture minister Lina Mendoni stated that general entry tickets to the Acropolis will be increased to €30. They currently cost €20, and €10 during the off-season winter months. The change will apply from April 1, 2025.

More changes are also about to be applied from April 1, 2024, as part of a broader update to the ticketing system for Greece’s historical sites and museums.

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According to ekathimerini.com, Greece plans to offer special tours of its most popular tourist attraction to few visitors outside the regular visiting hours.

A spokesperson from Greece’s Culture Ministry explained that the new service for the Acropolis will be limited to a maximum of four groups, each consisting of up to five people. The cost will be 5,000 euros per group, and individuals who are willing to cover the entire group fee are also welcome to take the tour on their own.

Sources: skai, ekathimerini.com

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