At the session of the Small Council, the Society of Friends of Dubrovnik Antiquities decided today to lower the ticket prices for the City Walls from the current 200 kuna to 50 kuna, confirmed the president of the Society of Friends of Dubrovnik Antiquities Niko Kapetanic for Dubrovacki vjesnik.
Kapetanic pointed out that the lower price will be valid until June 30th, and depending on the development of the epidemiological situation, in agreement with the City of Dubrovnik, it will be decided how to proceed further.
-While the corona lasts, these will be the prices, and when the danger passes, we will return the prices to the old ones. After all, foreigners tell us that the price of 200 kuna is acceptable to them. At a lower price, we would show that we don't have respect for our own sights - said Kapetanic for Dubrovacki vjesnik and added that the amount of 50 kuna will be valid for foreign visitors and citizens of the Republic of Croatia, except for residents of Dubrovnik-Neretva County who have free entry to the walls.
The decision on the lower price list will be implemented as early as tomorrow, May 20th. A visit to Sokol Tower, the Rector's Palace and the Ston Walls, which are open from May 11th, will cost 30 kuna, also until the end of June.