Kilkis wrote:An Omnibus Bill was passed in the Greek Parliament on 22 May 2016 to satisfy the creditors. In the bill a new tax was introduced on "hotels, rooms to let and touristic residences" of between €0.25 and €4.00 per day depending on the type of accommodation. The new tax comes into force on1/1/2018. Is that the tax you are talking about, Moggieman? If so it is hardly Earth shattering, although I agree any increase in costs to tourists is not exactly helpful to the Greek economy. I would think that the increases in VAT rates and the removal of VAT reductions for some islands would be far more serious. See for example page 6 of this Taxand newsletter from 2016.
TweetTweet wrote:I think most European holiday destinations have some sort of (local *tourist tax*)?
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