Του Δημητρίου Π. Λυκούδη, Θεολόγου Ήσαν οι κήρυκες του Ευαγγελίου, οι αποστολικές σάλπιγγες που διατράνωσαν και διαγόρευσαν το ευαγγελικό μήνυμα...Περισσότερα
Tickets for public transport in Athens and Thessaloniki are cheaper as of Monday with a reduction of value-added tax, to 13% from 26%, coming into effect. From now through October, commuters can buy a single ticket for the metro, tram, bus or trolley bus in Athens for 1.20 euros, down from €1.40, while the equivalent ticket for buses in Thessaloniki will cost €0.90, compared to €1 now.
The cost of season tickets will also be reduced proportionally. The reductions were announced last month by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis as part of a package of cuts aimed at giving a boost to businesses hit by the coronavirus pandemic as well as helping citizens.
They are to last until October 31.
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