Cyprus had the second-highest annual increase in the EU of nights spent in tourist accommodation by residents (up 13%) in 2019 and the second-largest share of non-residents (94%) staying over. Last year
Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Tourism while satisfied that 2019 ended with breaking the record for tourist arrivals it has produced a 10-year roadmap to ensure the island’s long-term future. Earlier this week,
Cyprus welcomed a record 3.97 million tourists last year, smashing the previous record set in 2018 by a slender 1%, official figures show. Against the odds, Cyprus has recovered from airline closures
Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Tourism is satisfied as 2019 ended with a bang, breaking last year’s record for tourist arrivals after efforts to recover lost airline seats from major markets such as
Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Tourism has drawn up a 10-year strategic plan aiming to place Cyprus amongst the world’s top 30 tourist destinations. The National Strategy Plan was submitted to the cabinet
Cyprus hoteliers are urging tour operators to activate plans and packages drawn up to face the negative impacts from the geopolitical turmoil in the region, the rise of neighbouring markets and Brexit.
By Dr Fanos Tekelas The tourism sector has seen a substantial increase during the last 3 years as a result of the adequate strategic actions taken by policymakers and the Deputy-Ministry of
Tourism stakeholders are hoping to put Limassol on the cruise holiday map as the number of tourists visiting the city on cruise liners has increased at an impressive rate during the year.
The Deputy Ministry of Tourism is confident Cyprus will break its record in 2019 for annual tourist arrivals which are expected to exceed last year’s 3.9 million. Cyprus annual tourist arrivals spiked
The Deputy Ministry of Tourism has made its New Year resolutions with one of them being to put Cyprus back on the cruise map. With the glory days of cruise ships buried