Skip-the-Line Entry (General Admission fee) for the Palace of Knossos in Crete. • This is a FREE service! The price is the official general admission fee! • You can collect your ticket from our operator, waiting for you right at the Main Entrance (past the long line) in front of the Ticket Office. • Our operator is holding a sign with a "WeGuide.gr - Meeting Point" logo. • The tickets will be delivered strictly from 9:30am to 10:30am. • This is NOT a Guided Tour! Just the Fast Track Ticket!
At one of the world's busiest attractions, you certainly don't want to wait in line. With the Palace of Knossos Skip-The-Line admission you can make sure you spend your time exploring the marvellous Palace instead of the queue. • This is a FREE service! The price is the official general admission fee! • There is not a guided tour included. Only the Fast-Track entrance ticket. • You do not have to wait in line. Head straight for the entrance. • Please do not ask for your tickets from the ticket desks. Search for our operator holding a sign with a "WeGuide.gr - Meeting Point" logo. • We apply a no-show* policy after 10:30am. * no-show: Not showing up until 10:30am will be considered a "no-show" and your booking will be cancelled. No refund will apply and eventually you will have to buy a new ticket. By buying your ticket in advance, you ensure that you have privileged and fast-track access to make the most out of your visit. WeGuide provides skip the line tickets with no extra fee of electronically issued tickets by the Ministry of Culture of Greece, for ADULTS ONLY. The tickets are provided to consumers on date and time set upon booking form, via email. NOTE : Free entrance tickets are given (to children or and under age of 17 or students) upon showing identification in person, at the ticket office, not by us . Only, for guests that book guided tour of Knossos and skip-the-line entrance tickets, will be provided, Free Entrance tickets for students or children, by us. Knossos, a bewildering complex of more than 1500 interlocking rooms, a true labyrinth, was more than a cage of the gruesome Minotaur..It was an astonishing palace, built for a mighty king of the Bronze Age. As we wander through the labyrinthine ruins you will have the chance to see the original throne of ‘’Minos”, still in place after 3,500 years; the mystifying sanctuaries, the luxurious Domestic quarters of the Royal family, the once upon a time bursting with Crete’s treasures pantries and the astonishing water-management systems, just to name a few of the minoan wonders!