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Artemis Cynthia Complex – Paphos Cyprus

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***Important information for your arrivals and departures.

Dear Customers, As a result of Covid-19, all parties visiting Cyprus and going back home are required to complete additional travel documentation. You must complete this prior to your trip and bring it with you. Click here for the latest documentation required for your trip. Failure to present any mandatory[…]

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Mirror: Cyprus announces Brits will be able to come on holiday from July 15

Cyprus will welcome back Brits on holiday from July 15. The country’s deputy tourism minister Savvas Perdios has announced that he expects flights to resume to the Mediterranean hotspot by mid-July. Speaking to the Sun Online, he said: “The UK is our biggest market, it’s massively important to us, and[…]

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Ryanair: cheap fares to 8 destinations from Larnaca via Vienna

Ryanair has launched rescue fares starting from €19.99 on the Larnaca-Vienna route and eight other European destinations to accommodate customers affected by Level’s collapse, the Cyprus News Agency reports. These low rescue fares are on sale now on the Ryanair.com website, for travel until the end of October but must[…]

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Cyprus to reopen to tourism in June as no new virus cases reported

With less than 1000 total cases and 17 deaths due to COVID19, the Mediterranean island of Cyprus has fared considerably better than many other countries when it comes to containing the spread of the novel coronavirus. As countries around the world begin reopening, Cyprus has become the latest to outline[…]

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Wizz Air makes Larnaca permanent base, announces destinations for summer

Hungarian airline Wizz Air just announced at a press conference at Larnaca airport in the presence of Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos and Deputy Tourism Minister Savvas Perdios that it has made Cyprus its 28th permanent base. “We are here to stay,” the airline’s head told reporters. Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos[…]

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Cyprus Ends 14-Day COVID-19 Quarantine in Tourism Kickstart

NICOSIA, Cyprus — Cyprus is pledging to cover costs for anyone testing positive for the coronavirus while vacationing in the east Mediterranean island nation. The Cypriot government says it will cover lodging, food, drink and medication for COVID-19 patients and their families. Patients will only have to pay for the[…]

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