Cyprus reopens tourism industry.
Cyprus,has intensified efforts to lure vaccinated tourists .
Cyprus has already opened its door to tourism while Greece followed suit as of May 14.
Just like other competitors, Cyprus is eyeing tourists from the UK,Ge
The new municipal market in Larnaka town centre will be completed later this year (i, unveiling an impressive new retail destination in the heart of the city that will offer a mixture of local elements and modern services.
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Cyprus to reopen airports with a colour-coded health risk assessment from March 1 .
Cyprus plans to reopen its airports with a colour-coded health risk assessment from March 1, applicable to travellers from its main tourism markets and the European Union. The Mediterranean island has adopted a traffic light system for EU member states an
Property for sale in Paphos among the cities of Cyprus Paphos occupies a special place. Located on the coast, this city has absorbed many beautiful features: warm climate, beautiful scenery, historical monuments.
Within just several years Paphos turned from a quiet town into a major luxurious resort that is rich in tourist attractions and famous for its beautiful nature. The resort is open to visitors all year round. The sea here is always warm and the weather is sunny and windless.
Start your acquaintance with the city from visiting its historical and cultural monuments. Pafos Medieval Fort is one of them. It was built in the days of Alexander of Macedon and served as the main fortification facility. Among the attractions of Paphos there are sights that are included in the UNESCO list. The ancient town Nea Paphos is one of such sights. On the territory of the old town you will see the houses made yet by the Romans. The buildings are decorated with beautiful mosaics. Even now tourists can see the scenes from the famous myths that are laid on the floor and walls and are made of colored pebbles.
Don’t forget to participate in an excursion to one of the oldest cemeteries of Paphos, which is called the Tomb of the Kings. This place was used to bury people yet in the 3rd century BC.