Tourist charged €12 for a frappe in Santorini – See the receipt

A tourist was massively ripped off in Santorini for a frappe coffee, which ordinarily costs €1.50-€2.00.

A Greek doctor, who is currently on the Cycladic island for a few days’ vacation, told Proto Thema that he was charged €12 for the beloved Greek ice coffee and an additional €6.5 euros for a freddo espresso.

“Maybe it played a role that instead of sugar they put a scoop of ice cream in the frappe, but I still think the charge is excessive,” he said.

The tourist paid another €12 euros for a bowl of yogurt and honey (commercially packaged) and another €12 euros for a cheese-turkey toast, a total of €42.50.

The receipt:

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