From 02.05.2021 - 31th August 2021 : 08:00-20:00
1st September-15th September : 08:00-19:30
16th September-30th September : 08:00-19:00
1st October-15th October : 08:00-18:30
16th October-31th October : 08:00-18:00
Last Admission: 20' before closing time
Any day during summer that extreme heat conditions are recorded and the temperature exceeds 39 degrees Celsius in the archeological sites, they will remain closed between 12.00 and 17.00.
According to the relevant directions and orders of the responsible authorities, urgent measures of protection of public health from the risk of further spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 in the country are applied. Specifically, the visitors during their visit to the open (outdoor) archeological sites should take the following measures: - One and a half (1.5) meters distance between the attendees - One (1) person per 10 sq.m. - Group visits up to twenty (20) people, unless they are families (spouses / cohabitants and children) or up to forty (40) people, if the tour guide holds a vaccination certificate or illness certificate issued thirty (30) days after the first positive test and its validity lasts up to one hundred and eighty (180) days after it. In the second case, the persons following the guide must present at the entrance: a) a vaccination certificate or b) a negative laboratory test for COVID-19 coronavirus by the PCR method performed either by taking an oral or nasopharyngeal sample in the last week two (72) hours before the scheduled tour time or COVID19 rapid coron antigen detection test (rapid test) within forty eight (48) hours before the scheduled tour time. The negative diagnosis of the laboratory test by PCR method and the rapid antigen detection test is proven by the presentation of a relevant certificate or c) disease certificate issued thirty (30) days after the first positive test and its validity lasts up to one hundred and eighty (180) days from him. The above obligation includes youngsters from twelve (12) years and above. When visiting groups with a guide, the distances and the prescribed measures should be strictly observed, the use of wireless tour is highly recommended and the use of common devices (tablets, headphones, etc.) should be avoided. Unless different rules and special provisions are applied, the obligation to use a non-medical mask is imposed throughout the country for all indoor areas and for outdoor areas where overcrowding is observed (there are certain exceptions to the rule).