Revenues, visitors to museums, archaeological sites up in November
Visitors and revenues in Greek museums posted a 19.5 percent and 13.6 percent rise respectively in November 2016 compared to the same month in 2015, the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) said on Monday (13/03/2017).
The number of free admission visitors in November increased by 19.8 percent.
Visitors to archaeological sites posted a 19.7 percent rise and revenues increased by 37.1 percent in November compared to the same month in 2015. Free admission tickets posted a 3.9 percent increase.
In the period January-November 2016 visitors to Greek museums rose by 0.3 percent, revenues increased by 8 percent and free admission tickets increased by 35.4 percent.
In the same period the number of visitors to archaeological sites fell by 8 percent however revenues posted a 67.1 percent increase. Free admission tickets increased by 22.3 percent.
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