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Prices in Greece in 2022

Greece attracts foreigners not only for recreation and tourism. Many post-Soviet citizens move here to live, so prices in Greece for housing, food, transportation, tours, utilities are relevant for them.

Brief information about Greece

Living standards in the country differ from region to region, which is especially evident in popular resorts and cities. So, on Santorini and Halkidiki prices will be much higher than on Rhodes, Athens, Paralia.

This is due to the fact that these islands are the most popular tourist destinations, which causes increase in prices of vacations, tours, accommodations and excursions in Greece.

The price increases are not observed everywhere. According to official statistics of the Greek government this year there has been a decrease in the prices of food, some types of accommodation, entertainment and tours.

To travel in Greece, including the islands of Crete, Rhodes, Zaokintos and Santorini, passed as budget-friendly as possible, you should know the prices for different groups of goods, services, apartments and transport.

Price level in Greece in 2022

If we compare the life of Greeks with the income of Germans, Bulgarians, Croats, you can see that salaries of Greek residents are 2-2.5 times less.

Before the crisis in 2008, the Greeks could earn up to € 2 thousand per month, but now they earn only 400-800. The average monthly salary of the Germans is 1.8 thousand euros, and the Bulgarians – only 400.

But the cost of food and booze is much lower than in other EU countries.

That’s why a family of two with a budget to 1 thousand euros can afford to eat, pay utilities, bus rides, rent an apartment. In resort cities, the cost of housing and food will be higher by 10-40%.

Over the past few years there has been a significant reduction in the cost of apartments in Greece, which had a positive impact on rents and prices for its ownership.

It is now possible to buy an apartment by 30-50% cheaper, and to rent by 20-40% less.

Island of Santorini

The most expensive types of housing in the north and southeast of the country, as well as on the islands of Santorini, Rhodes, Mykonos, Crete, Corfu, Halkidiki

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  • Waiters.
  • Loaders.
  • Drivers.
  • Nannies.
  • Utilities and health insurance – about 27%.
  • Groceries – about 15% to 25%.
  • Other needs – about 50%.

Transportation costs

Greeks and visitors necessarily spend money on bus fares, car rentals or filling up the car with fuel.

For tourists who decided to travel around the country on their own, the best option would be to rent a car in Greece. You should pay from 50 to 60 € per day for a car. It is possible to save money by renting a car for 10 or more days.

Rent a car: Heraklion

The cost of car rental in Heraklion .

  • Fuel – 1,4 € per one liter.
  • Gasoline – from 1,7 €/liter.

Prices for food in Greece

Vegetables, fruit, drinks, meat and seafood in the country are cheap in comparison with other EU countries.

The most inexpensive goods, including olive oil, fish, shrimp, calamari should be sought in the markets. In such places tourists will not find meat, it can be purchased only in supermarkets in Greece.

Lidl store in Greece

The most reasonable prices in the chain of Greek stores Vasilopous and Lidl,

These stores have low prices for quality products, bread, wine, olives, cheese, sausage.

Also, democratic prices for different types of goods are set in the supermarkets Sklavenitis. Separately, there are economy stores, which sell vegetables, fruit, wine, herbs.

The difference in prices with supermarkets and chain stores is 5-7 €.

Table 2. Food prices in Greece

Name Weight Cost in €
Milk 1 л 1-1,5
Rice 1 kg 1-3
White bread 0.5 kg 70 cents
Eggs 12 pieces 2-4
Cheese 1 kg From 6
Chicken fillet 1 kg From 4,5
Water 1,5 л From 30 cents
Wine 0,75 From 5
Beer 0,5 л From 80 cents
Olive oil 0,5 л From 3

Table 3: Prices for fruits and vegetables

Name Weight Cost in €
Potatoes 1 kg 0,5-1
Onions 1 kg From 50 cents
Tomatoes 1 kg From 80 cents
Lettuce bunch From 50 cents
Bananas 1 kg 1,1
Oranges 1 kg From 60 cents
Apples 1 kg 1-2

Prices for products in Greece go up in resort cities and the most popular islands. For seasonal fruits and vegetables, fish, berries, seafood and fish everywhere it is cheaper to go to the bazaars.

Only it is important to know that the markets are open only until lunch. In large cities they are open every day, and in smaller cities they are open only on certain days. In the resort areas, many markets are open until evening, and many take customers around the clock.

For olive oil is also better to go there, and it is better to find out from the locals who in the city or town sells oil. This will allow you to buy a quality product at low prices.

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While on vacation in Greece, tourists rarely want to cook their own food. In this case, visiting local restaurants or cafes will be the solution.

The highest prices in restaurants in Greece, but they offer a very tasty dishes of Greek national cuisine. For example, pie with a filling of feta and spinach (spanakopitou) or casserole with pasta, minced meat in béchamel sauce and cheese (pastizio).

  • A glass of beer – from 3 €.
  • A glass of juice – from 1.
  • Cappuccino – from 2.5.
  • Moussaka – from 4.
  • Meat dish – from 8.
  • Seafood mix – from 15.
  • Classical Greek salad – from 4.

The coast in Greece

The cost of dinner will increase in two or three times in the restaurant, which is located near the sea.

Prices in small cafes are even more democratic than in restaurants and taverns. And the farther from the popular tourist routes, the sea, the coast and the famous sights a cafe is located, the more budgetary the lunch and dinner will cost.

Prices in cafes in Athens, which are far from the city center and the Acropolis, will vary from 5 to 15 €. See table 3 for prices of inexpensive meals in cafes and street food.

Table 4.

Kind of food Price in euros
Breakfast From 2 to 5
Lunch From 5 to 10
Dinner 6 to 15
Hirros 1.5 to 2
Menu at McDonald’s From 5 to 7

Vacationers with children should carefully study the range of stores and supermarkets in Greece. After all, porridge is not easy to find in Greek outlets, so it is recommended to bring it with you.

Prices in Athens for baby food are affordable, especially for dairy desserts, yogurts, powdered and concentrated milk.

For example, you can buy baby yogurt without filler for 1-1.5 €. A liter of goat milk will cost more – from 2-3 €.

Restaurants and cafes have a separate children’s menu. In places where there is none, the owners of establishments have no problem preparing steamed vegetables, boiled meat or light soup.

Real estate in Greece: rental and purchase prices

Many Russians dream of becoming the owner of an inexpensive apartment by the sea in sunny Hellas. This is not just a great way to invest money wisely, but also a place to go on vacation.

The rest of the time the apartment can be rented to students or foreigners who wish to rent an apartment in Greece for a long period.

Prices for apartments, houses, apartments and cottages in the country vary. Average cost of accommodation in Greece is shown in Table 4.

Table 5. How much does it cost to live in the country

Type of housing Type of service Price in EUR
1 room apartment Rent 280-400/month in the center, 180-330/month outside the city center
3 room apartment Rent 400-900 in the center, 300-600 outside.
1 m2 of dwelling Buying From 1 to 2 thousand in the center
1 м2 Buying From 800 to 2 thousand Euros outside the center
2 storey house with pool Buying 3.5 thousand Euros per m2
Student Residence in Athens Rent From 25 to 80/month
A room in an apartment in the center of Athens Rent From 200 to 320
A room in an apartment on the outskirts of Athens Rent From 200/month
Student campus in Thessaloniki Rent From 25
Heraklion Student Campus Rent From 25
Apartment in Larissa city center Rent From 150

It is not difficult to rent an apartment, but you should clearly understand that it must be an apartment. Separately will have to pay for utilities, the average price of which is 150 euros. The amount includes payment for electricity, heating, water and garbage collection.

Foreigners, for example, from Moscow or other Russian cities, will have no problem to rent or buy an apartment or apartment in Greece. Those who invest in real estate at once 250 thousand will automatically receive a residence permit for themselves and their family.

Watch video: real estate prices in Greece.

In Greece, the rule of all seaside states. The cost of renting and buying a home on the mainland is lower than near the sea. Therefore prices in Corfu, Santorini and Rhodes will differ from Athens and other cities.

Utility rates and taxes in Greece take most of the salary of each resident of the country. In addition to electricity, water, garbage disposal, Greeks pay for the maintenance of streets and swimming pools. It costs more to maintain houses that are part of residential complexes.

Residents of regions where the temperature rarely drops below freezing, the heating is supplied to the house. Greeks have to pay for it three months of the year. Houses and apartments have only self-contained heating, there is no centralized heating at all.

Table 6. Utility tariffs in Greece

Service Price in euros
Electricity – 1.6 thousand kilowatt-hour In 4 months – 17,8 cents per kilowatt-hour
Electricity more than 2 thousand kilowatt/hour In 4 months, the price per kilowatt hour is already 22.4 euro cents.
Monthly payment for electricity 60 euros
Cold water and sewerage – up to 50 cu. 1 euro / 1 cubic meter
Cold water and sewerage – from 51 to 100 cubic meters 1,35 euro / m3
Cold water and sewerage – from 101 m3 1.5 euros per 1 m3
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Greeks pay property tax separately. In the resort area house with two bedrooms near the sea, the annual and additional tax does not exceed 500 euros / year.

Such real estate prices in Greece, if compared with the EU as a whole, are not high. Similar situation with taxes and utilities.

Watch this video to find out how to choose and buy property in Greece.

Mobile Communications and Internet

Foreigners, who come to the country for a long time, necessarily buy a SIM card with Internet connection. In stores you can buy a SIM card with a foreign passport. A minute of domestic calls range from 20 cents to 40 cents.

You must pay separately for mobile Internet, the average price of which is 12 € per month. There is no unlimited connection, only a certain number of gigabytes indicated on the starter packs. Internet can be connected to a landline phone for 17 € per month.

Do you shop in Greece?

  • Leather shoes – from 60 €.
  • Summer dress – 20 €.
  • Sneakers – from 50 €.
  • Jeans – from 50 €.
  • T-shirt – from 30.
  • Shorts – from 20.
  • Jacket – 55.

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Table 7: Shopping in Greece: price levels

Product Price in euros
Hat From 10
Flip-flops 11
Charms 1
Magnetic 1
Cognac – Mitax From 7
Beer From 1.1
Wine on tap From 1.5
Wine in a bottle From 7
Ouzo From 8
Vodka From 16
Souvenir plate 3
Mug 1-2
Vase From 7
Wine or oil amphora From 15
Honey and jam 7-10
Greek cheeses from 2
Olive oil in tins From 10
Icons From 10

You can buy antiques while shopping, including icons, utensils, church books.

Greece is also famous for gold jewelry. For a gram of finished gold jewelry you’ll pay from 30 to 50 €. Silver is cheaper. For example, a silver ring costs up to 8 €, and earrings – up to 15 €.

Taking souvenirs from Greece, for example, cigarettes, is not the way to go. They are much more expensive here than in the CIS countries. The average cost of cigarettes in Greece is 4-6 euros, and on the islands – from 8.

If you want to bring a pack of Greek cigarettes to someone you know, you will have to pay quite an impressive amount, as for souvenir products.

Prices in Athens

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General prices of Athens
Regular lunch for one: 654 rubles $11.11
Dinner for two with wine: 2,290 rubles $38.89
Bigmack + fries + cola: 392 rubles.
Local beer 0.5l: 229 rubles.
Cup of cappuccino: 203 rubles.
Coke 0.33l: 97 rubles.
Mineral water 0.33l: 32 rubles.
Pack of Marlboro: 261 rubles.
Fitness pass: 1,720 rubles.
Cinema ticket: 458 rubles.
Levis jeans: 4,628 rubles.
Dress at Zara / H&M: 1,819 rubles.
Nike sneakers: 4,957 rubles.
Average salary 49,398 rubles $838.82
1 room in the center per month. 16,053 rub.
3 rooms. on the outskirts of the city per month 31,824 rub.
One trip (public transport) 78 rubles $1.33
Monthly transportation pass. 1,962 rubles
Petrol, 1 liter 101 rubles $1.72
New Kia Ceed 1,112,366 rubles
Reviews from social networks

” KINDERGARTEN IN GREECE . There are many private kindergartens in Greece, just to suit all tastes! But of course there are also public ones that are very hard to get into . ♂️ In order to get into a public kindergarten you need to prepare the necessary documents (tax return, documents from the pediatrician, certificate of family composition, etc.) . according to certain criteria, points are calculated and then it is announced who gets into the kindergarten. For example, if two parents work, or a small income, or a large family, they add more points and it turns out that more chances . ⌚️ from 7 to 9 a.m. – child intake, pick up can be until 4 p.m. . children are usually fed breakfast and lunch, cookies for afternoon (but don’t know if everywhere ♀️) . payment depends on the parents’ budget – for low-income families it’s 0€, and as the wage rises, so does the kindergarten fee . Children usually sleep in cribs, but do not undress or change clothes. In older groups (from 3.5-4 years old) they don’t sleep anymore . here there are no demonstrative performances-playtime performances and memorization of songs and poems. Often the holidays are even held without parents present, and if with parents, it is most often a theatrical performance from the educators, and parents with children- spectators . . There are European programs that provide admission to kindergarten, but there are many criteria there too (the most important being low income ). . The public kindergartens are mostly Albanian and other foreigners . . ❌ In general it is quite difficult to get into a state kindergarten . ✅ In a private one, of course, it’s easy but prepare to pay from 300€ per month. For an additional fee, a private kindergarten will also provide a bus to pick up children. Often you can choose additional classes – swimming, language learning, gymnastics – it all depends on the particular kindergarten. It also depends on the meals. There are kindergartens where you have to give the children food to take with them. . In conclusion, working moms often go to work after a year of maternity leave and grandparents take care of the kids. This is the system followed by the largest percentage of Greeks . Thanks to the organizers of the flash mob , read on tag about other countries . “

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” KINDERGARTEN IN GREECE . There are many private kindergartens in Greece, just to suit all tastes! But of course there are also public ones that are very hard to get into . ♂️ In order to get into a public kindergarten you need to prepare the necessary documents (tax return, documents from the pediatrician, certificate of family composition, etc.) . according to certain criteria, points are calculated and then it is announced who gets into the kindergarten. For example, if two parents work, or a small income, or a large family, they add more points and it turns out that more chances . ⌚️ from 7 to 9 a.m. – child intake, pick up can be until 4 p.m. . children are usually fed breakfast and lunch, cookies for afternoon (but don’t know if everywhere ♀️) . payment depends on the parents’ budget – for low-income families it’s 0€, and as the wage rises, so does the kindergarten fee . Children usually sleep in cribs, but do not undress or change clothes. In older groups (from 3.5-4 years old) they don’t sleep anymore . here there are no demonstrative performances-playtime performances and memorization of songs and poems. Often the holidays are even held without parents present, and if with parents, it is most often a theatrical performance from the educators, and parents with children- spectators . . There are European programs that provide admission to kindergarten, but there are many criteria there too (the most important being low income ). . The public kindergartens are mostly Albanian and other foreigners . . ❌ In general it is quite difficult to get into a state kindergarten . ✅ In a private one, of course, it’s easy but prepare to pay from 300€ per month. For an additional fee, a private kindergarten will also provide a bus to pick up children. Often you can choose additional classes – swimming, language learning, gymnastics – it all depends on the particular kindergarten. It also depends on the meals. There are kindergartens where you have to give the children food to take with them. . In conclusion, working moms often go to work after a year of maternity leave and grandparents take care of the kids. This is the system followed by the largest percentage of Greeks . Thanks to the organizers of the flash mob , read on tag about other countries . “

” Athens. Part I . Interesting country. From the beginning the effects of the crisis are striking, lots of unkept storefronts, houses and stores. Even in the very center, where life is bustling, there are dirty and abandoned places with signs For Rent/For Sale and homeless sleeping in the street. . The second thing that catches your eye is the architecture and nature, all in bright and green colors. Everything is ancient and old. Large buildings are practically absent, and this is understandable, all the same is in a seismically active zone. The city from the height of the mountains really impressed me. The small streets are very cosy and I want to walk and explore new places. I felt a great atmosphere. Then I paid attention to the price, 95 euros gasoline at 1.5 euros, which is almost 50grn. Coffee for 2-3 euros, and all street food for a pie or a bun or a burger from 2 to 4 euros. That is, if you eat like many Greeks, it is one and a half times more expensive than here. But here is another thing is with restaurants and cafes, where the average bill per person from 20 to 30 euros for a few dishes, which will already be 3-4 times more expensive than in Ukraine. Prices for entrance to museums and other historical places are from 10 to 20 euros, which is also not cheap. To move we used the bus HopOn HopOff, which had 3 routes and cost from 16 to 20 euros for 2 days. Quite a handy thing if you want to see the city or use it as a cab from one point to another. The trick is that you can use the tickets and then give them to a friend. Or you can go on the bus and neatly drop the tickets off to someone else. The main thing is not to be spotted in the mirrors. So you can save money. Good luck to all To be continued tomorrow . “

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” The first Olympic Games of modern times were held right here. . Back in 1896, the Panathinaikos Stadium in Athens opened the era of the modern Olympics . . The stadium is impressive in size. As early as 140 A.D., it could seat 50,000 people! . Today, the marble benches of this unique stadium can seat up to 80,000 people. By the way, its name is translated from Greek as “beautiful marble”. . Once upon a time games in honor of the goddess Athena were held there. At first the stadium was made of wood and only in 329 BC it was made of marble. By the way, nowadays not only games are held here, but also concerts are given. . A general ticket costs 5 euros. 2.50 for students and seniors, free for children under 6 years. Is there a reason to come here? Definitely. If only because from the top of the stairs you can see the Acropolis. Once again Anya @arendavgrecii was right! You can see the Acropolis in the center from almost everywhere. . Panathinaikos Stadium is in the center of Athens near the Acropolis metro station. .

I sat for an hour admiring the views and enjoying the atmosphere. In the meantime, someone was running down the walkways. And I just sat on the age-old marble benches and daydreamed. Do you think it’s expensive to pay 5 euros to get in? To just sit – dream? .

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“I will tell you about our transport in Greece and the local cops ;) we have traveled about 1800 km in Greece, visited all the major attractions on the mainland. Had a rental panda fiat, rented 35 €/day with full insurance without deductible. Used the service and if you take the insurance, they do not block the amount on the card as a deposit. The cost of gasoline is 1.30€ on average. A lot of toll roads, but very good quality, tolls are 1,4-3,6€ depending on the distance. When driving from Athens to Corinth we paid about 8€ for 80km. Usually there is a parallel free road, but it goes through the villages and towns. During the last day, we went to the center, and we missed the sign, that cars couldn’t go on this road (only for buses and motorcycles), but we went because other cars ahead of us were also turning around. And then 200m further on, the local cops were slowing everybody down and giving us tickets. Then my heart goes in my heels and I can already imagine the size of the fine. And then it turns out that my husband forgot his wallet with the rights in his jacket at the hotel ;) those we have no documents and broke the rules. The prospect does not make me happy. To the office rental car, where we need to turn it in 30 minutes, we have a maximum of 1 km ;) but the traffic cop caught a kind and let us go without a fine, but the gray hairs in my hair added ;)

“The Athens metro is one of the oldest in Europe, when it was built a lot of archaeological treasures were discovered and left there. Nearby is quite a modern abstraction. The airport is located in the western part of the city and there are no turnstiles. There are special elevators everywhere, it is very comfortable to move with a stroller. “

” Very nice to drink wine at the top of the mountain in the center of Athens with a great view) although it’s understandable that cafes and restaurants with this view are quite overpriced) “

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” Hello from Athens! It’s soulful here! But the crisis was felt on the way from the airport even))) the city is huge, rode in the bus for an hour and no light. )))) Further up the road to the ancient Greek sites, and it was scary that again, there was not enough light. The Greeks are very kind and nice! Good! The prices are heartwarming after Italy and Spain so everyone should visit Athens! “

” The toll road connecting the Greek cities of Athens, Corinthos and Patra is the Olympia Expressway. It is an extension of the European Route E65. The final points on the route are Athens and Patras. There are six main, on-ramp toll stations and exit and exit stations on the highway. The fare depends on the category of the vehicle: there are four in total. For example, the fare from Athens to Patras in a passenger car is approximately 6.5 euros. Considering the distance, this price is quite reasonable. “

“Stadium, where the first Olympic Games were held, entrance to the stadium is paid, the ticket price is 5 euros. “

“Two hours before the match and the ticket is already in hand. I decided to compare the level of the second Bundesliga, where the entrance to the stadium cost 28 euros for a place behind the gate and 30 euros for a VIP at Panathikikos. “

” Today was not very lucky with tickets, tomorrow I will come early. The most expensive ticket is in the vip for 30 euros. The center is 20, close by is 15 each “

“And I suddenly realized that in Greece, in principle, you can live without cash :) In any cafe or restaurant – the card, went to buy groceries in a hypermarket or a small neighboring store – the card. In kiosks (peripeter) also take a credit card, even if you buy very small things. In hospitals, too, cashless, as well as in beauty salons, as well as in stores with clothing, furniture, household goods. You can also buy metro tickets and all transport by credit card. In schools and kindergartens – I do not know. But they are kind of free, then you don’t need the card. Utility bills and taxes again online with a card. Tickets for islands on the plane or ship – no need for cash, all through special sites. In short, now I have another experiment: where can not pay by card? To summarize the comments of friends and acquaintances: no cashless in very small establishments, places where tax evasion, the market and the weekly mobile bazaars (barking). In church, only cash and you have to have up to 10 euros if you want to buy corn or fruit/flowers/handmade bijouterie from street vendors. In the cab there are no terminals, but ATMs on every corner, you can get out of the car, take money and immediately give it to the driver. In general, you can live in Athens with only a card and only cash. As your heart desires. “

” There are copies of digs on display in the subway. Like buy a ticket on the subway (1.20 €) and it’s like being in a museum. “

” Billions of dollars at sunset. On average, the ships cost five to six million. In the first five years, the cost of maintenance and running costs, equals the amount of the ship’s purchase. “

“The Acropolis, and I didn’t have enough money to get in. 24€ for two. I’ll go later when the sun is shining, I was told there is an amazing view of Athens “

“There are a lot of toll roads in Greece! To give you an example: the trip Chalkida-Athens-Halkida cost us 7€! The price of gasoline averages 1.7€! Plus a big car tax! Having a car is not a cheap pleasure! That’s probably why you can buy a pretty decent car for only 7-8 thousand €! “

How to cheat in Athens?

Prices in Athens

The cheapest meal in Athens (as a meal for one) starts at 458 rubles, although in some places it can go up to 981 rubles. Dinner with wine (or similar alcohol) for two ranges from 1,635 rubles to 3,075 rubles, with an average city check of 2,290 rubles.

Fans of McDonald’s burgers (or other fast food restaurants like KFC or Burger King) can get a set of fries for about 327 rubles. You can enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning for 130 rubles, although the price of an average cappuccino can be as low as 229 rubles.

An average one-way trip on public transport (metro, streetcar, or similar) costs 78 rubles on average, and the same trip by cab costs 323 rubles. The examples give an idea of the general level of prices for transport in Athens, but the specific price of the trip depends on the mode of transport and the distance (or duration).

You can get a “beer in the room” from the store at about 65 rubles for a bottle, a small can of Coke for 65 rubles. Cigarettes in Athens are expensive and cost about 254 rubles for a pack of Marlboro.

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