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Athens Taxi Rates
This price does not include transfer fees agreed in advance by the client or the tour operator. Use only for road cabs called on the road or for comms. In case you have a taxi trouble, you can contact the Athens Tourist Office at 24-26 Deligianni in Metaxourgio.
Athens Taxi Rates - Normal fees and international airfares
The taxi fares are the same all over Greece. And the only thing you might notice is the pickup fee from the airports. These will be discussed below along with any other taxi fees that may be incurred. In the following you will find all court costs for taxi transfer in Greece: Daily rate (tariff 1): EUR 0.68 per km.
The daily fee is valid from 05:00 to 24:00. Taximeter should be at fare 1. Nocturnal fee: Off-peak fee from 24:00 to 05:00. Taximeter should be at rate 2. For Christmas and Easter 1-2 Euro will be added as a gift. Daily rate (tariff 1):
The daily fee is valid from 05:00 to 24:00. overnight charging (tariff 2): Off-peak fee from 24:00 to 05:00.
Ten things you didn't know about taxi fares in Accra - Amit
Just arriving in Accra, Amit and I tried to wind our minds around the taxi fares. While we knew we had to deal with the taxi drivers, often the arranged fare didn't make any point.... at all. We first hypothesized that the prize was entirely coincidental! The majority of those surveyed do not go very far away, so that taxi journeys are mainly used for shorter breaks through the city.
However, anyone who knows Accra and its surroundings will also know that shorter routes mean nothing when transport is at its height or even more, when it is at a standstill. What's more, they will also know that the shortest route means nothing when transport is at its height. It is therefore useful for humans to use cabs for shorter journeys that are simply too tiresome or logistics impossibly to manage on walking.
It shows that most interviewees covered long journeys and pay fair rates even though they were very different. This can be seen in the accumulation of points in the low areas that indicate both low mileage and low mileage costs. Also there are some clear runaways in these figures, such as persons who have almost never payed for long trips and persons who have been paying a great deal for very long trips (we assume that the latter have to do with the arrival and departure to the airports, but more about that later).
Findings 3: Of all ages (broken down by sex), the lowest prices go to men in their forties! In the 1940s, men pay only 1. 01 per kilometre of a cedar ( in the case of disaggregation according to sex and age). However, although it is definitely better from a cost point of view to be a man than a women in the 40' s, in the 30' s, it is definitely better to be a women!
You can see from the following chart that they pay much less than men in the same group. First, we considered the mean taxi costs per kilometre by old-age. It looks as if young men between the ages of 20 and 29 have been paying less (1. 74 for females and 1. 66 for males per kilometre).
It was the highest amount among 30- to 39-year-old men who received 3 full caps per kilometre! On closer inspection of the figures, however, we found that a few in the 1930s had to make large sums of money to cover extreme journeys to the airports.
Of course every journey to and from the airports will cost more... just like that. We then looked at the cost per kilometre by sex and phenotype. Amit and I are found to be bad negotiators because the mean cost per kilometre for the whites was quite low! Even men and woman who were whites were paying about the same.
Of all the interviewees, however, the best bargaining ability award goes to male blacks who pay only 0.72 per kilometre on averaging. It is also very low, in comparison with African woman who were paying 1. 86 on statistic, active the Lappic as person interrogator. 7 found: ....but Indians get the cheapest phenotype of all!
It is impressive that the low est-average of all groups was found among those surveyed in India (1.4 Celsius per km). Here there seemed to be no significant differences between what men and women pay (1. 29 cm for females, 1. 61 cm for males). Survey participants from the Near East averaged 2.7 cedes per kilometre. Females pay 3. 1 and men 2. 4 CPedis per km.
In other words, one interviewee from the Near-East went to the aerodrome, the other to the American embassy to tell them why the rate was raised. It was only one interviewee from the Far east and he also payed a high kilometre rate, but with a sampling number of one it is difficult to derive anything here.
Within the categorie "Other" the highest of all was the averages! Considering the "length of stay" to see if the longer your Accra trip is, the better your negotiating skill and therefore the cost you will be paying. On the basis of the information below, however, there is really no clear evidence that the length of your trip to Accra has anything to do with the cost you are paying for your taxi commute.
We asked the following questions of the participants on the form: As soon as we had the cost of each taxi trip and the start and end point of their trip, we could compute the cost per kilometre. After dividing the overall cost by the number of kilometres, we had the cost per kilometre.
In this way, we have analysed the relation between these costs and the other determinants we thought might affect them: old-age, sex, type of phenomenon, daytime and days of the week or weekends.
A total of 52 persons filled in the questionnaire, including 37 females and 15 males; we are very thankful to those who took part in our small survey, thank you! As we have 52 interviewees, there are obvious prejudices in these figures that we cannot fully identify or adapt. An interviewee, for example, could have pay ed more that particular date, been less willing to bargain, or gone somewhere (such as an airport), which is obviously associated with a higher outlay.
There is a distortion in the coverage that individuals who are not proud of their ability to negotiate taxis may be less happy to complete this form. A lot of commentators on our report emphasized the importance of negotiations! Though this is very hard to quantify in such a survey, folks provided tips like "Learn to say 4-5 sentences in Twi, it will help!
One young woman in a young Caucasian survey said she travelled after "extensive negotiations" for 12 ceedis, but that her fellow Ghanaians are paying 10 ceedis for the same journey! An individual did not come to an agreement about the cost before entering, which they normally do because of the "no parking" situation. A lot of folks emphasize the importance of a frequent taxi rider.
An interviewee got a great prize per mile from her normal husband. If you build a balance between confidence and allegiance, it seems to influence the cost. What you are travelling to and the weekday have a great deal to do with what you are paying for your taxi journey.
However, we do not ask for the overall journey duration, but we assume that, since afternoon and evening are generally busy times, the journey duration is increasing and therefore costly. The Indians were the least fortunate and the Middle East, East Asians and "others" the most fortunate. In between, pinched, whites and blacks payed about the same.
However, there are some good deals for men in blacks! They can be experiences, culture standards or the feeling you leave on the taxi drivers. A few interesting results, both quantitatively and qualitatively, that you can use for your taxi driving negotiation in the near term.