Hospitable Cyprus is reopened to tourists!
Ah, the long-awaited Cyprus!
While Cyprus is probably not the first choice when it comes to travel destinations (due to its remoteness from other European countries), whoever comes there will certainly ask themselves, “Why didn't I come here sooner?”
Regarding hospitable Cyprus, there is great news for travel agents and tourists: on May 10, the Republic of Cyprus withdrew from the third lockdown. Shopping centers and shops, verandas and outdoor areas of restaurants, cafes and bars are opening. Allowed to go to visit and theaters, sunbathe on the beaches and work out in gyms. Hotels work as usual and are happy to accommodate guests!
A great opportunity for representatives of the travel industry to offer travelers Intui transfers in Cyprus and receive a reward for a comfortable and in-demand service!
Comfortable car service with a driver from Larnaca and Paphos airports, where we offer a quality tourist transfer service from the best transport companies.
What your tourist needs to have a vacation in Cyprus now?
1) Have a valid vaccination certificate or one of the approved vaccines by the European Medicines Agency (Pfizer / BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Janssen), including the Sputnik V vaccine and have completed the vaccination schedule.
If your tourist is not vaccinated, then within 72 hours before departure to Cyprus, he needs to undergo a PCR test and have a negative result, then he will need to undergo a PCR test upon arrival in Cyprus.
2) All passengers, regardless of country category, must apply for CyprusFlightPass within 24 hours of their flight departure.
That's all! Negative PCR or vaccination gives the full right to a full-fledged tourist vacation in Cyprus today.
What to see in Cyprus 2021?
1 Tourist life of Limassol and Larnaca
Limassol and Larnaca are more than just the administrative centers of the south. The vibrant tourist life of these cities attracts an international crowd, giving the cities a cosmopolitan vibe.
Larnaca claims to be one of the oldest cities in the world, so the medieval heritage of both cities is well preserved, such as the coastal medieval castle of Limassol, which houses an excellent museum.
Both cities boast beautiful waterfront promenades, palm trees along the harbor, and many cafes and bars.
On weekends, locals gather for long Sunday lunches by the sea. Cypriot tradition and a wonderful way to spend the day, you can take an example!
Transfer to Limassol
How to get to Larnaca
2 Aphrodite's Rock in Ayia Napa
Imagine swimming in sparkling clear waters under the very rock that Aphrodite was said to have been born with. Petra tou Romiou or Aphrodite Beach is located in a stunning bay along the main road to Paphos.
In addition to visiting the beach itself, there are several excellent viewing platforms where you can stop for some scenic shots.
Drive to the beach of Aphrodite
3 Archaeological treasures of Paphos
Like Limassol and Larnaca, Paphos attracts many tourists from all over the world with its beautiful beaches and beaches with bars, and Paphos serves accordingly. However, Paphos has the advantage of being the gateway to the stunning northwest coast and home to some pretty impressive archaeological treasures.
The Paphos Archaeological Park, a World Heritage Site since 1980, is one of the most impressive sites on the island. Here you can see impressive relics from prehistoric, medieval and Roman times.
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4 Divided Capital - Nicosia
Nicosia, the capital of the island of Cyprus, remains the last divided capital in the world. An interesting situation that makes the city worth visiting.
Crossing the border has now become the right of way for visitors to Cyprus. Where else can you visit two countries without leaving one city? Walk through the old towns on either side of the line to see contrasting cultures and complex history.
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5 Culinary Cyprus
Eating in Cyprus is as much an activity as going to the beach or hiking through the Troodos Mountains. Cypriots take their food seriously and dining out is a true tradition for many families.
Thanks to the good influences of Greece, Turkey and the Middle East, Cyprus has so many amazing dishes worth exploring. Culinary delights await you, such as its own halloumi cheese, hummus and the traditional spicy grilled Sheftalia sausage. Throw in incredible kebabs and of course large portions of fresh seafood.