Greece reduces ferry prices in bid to attract tourists to islands

Greece reduces ferry prices in bid to attract tourists to islands 1

Greece reduces ferry prices in bid to attract tourists to islands 2

The ships are sailing again, but with new regulations and safety protocols including social distancing.

As taxes on ferries was reduced from 24% to 13%, with the measure remaining in force until October 31, ferry prices are now cheaper.

According to the new reduction in taxes, ticket prices for two adult passengers with a car on the Piraeus-Rhodes route, is now €233.5 instead of €245.5. The individual ticket is now €61.5, down from €67.5.

On the Piraeus-Syros line, two adults with a car will now cost €141.5 from the previous €147.5, while the individual ticket in the economy class is set at €61.5 from the previous €67.5.

On the Piraeus-Mytilene line, two adults with a car will cost €185 from the previous €206, while the individual ticket in economy is now set at €43.5 from the previous €51.5.

On the Piraeus-Heraklion line, two adults with a car will now cost €122 from the previous €155, while the individual ticket in economy amounts to €28 from €31.

On the Piraeus-Serifos line, two people with a car will pay €113.50 now from €118.50 it was previously. The individual ticket on the same line is set at €28.50 from the previous €31.

On the Piraeus-Sifnos line, two people with a car will now pay €124.50 from €129.50, while an individual ticket on the same line is set at €33.50 from the previous €36.

On the Piraeus-Milos line, two adults with a car will now pay €133.50 from €139.50, while the individual ticket is set at €39.50 from the previous price of €36.50.

Children between the ages of 5-10, pay half the ticket.

It is noted that all the shipping companies in the context of their policy are making discounts on passengers and vehicles this summer as well.