Cyprus will see an increase in UK tourists from mid-August after a major British tour operator came to an agreement with the Deputy Tourism Ministry to reinstate package holidays to the island.
Cyprus health authorities announced five new coronavirus cases on Saturday, following three days in a row with double digit numbers, most of which worryingly concentrated in Limassol. Five more cases were reported
Cyprus confirmed on Monday it will welcome UK tourists from 1 August after placing the country on the safe entry list but in the secondary band where visitors need to provide a
Cyprus tourist arrivals suffered a sharp drop of 98.2% in June arrivals due to coronavirus pandemic travel restrictions, official data on Friday showed. Following three months of lockdown, Cyprus only lifted a
The government has rejected a proposal tabled to offer a free COVID-19 test to British tourists wanting to come to Cyprus for a holiday, shattering any hopes of attracting Britons this summer.
British tourists will not save the day as initially hoped as they will have a hard time booking a Cyprus holiday before the end of August as tour operators refuse to include
Cyprus hoteliers are urging the government to encourage British tourists to choose the island for their holiday by offering them a free coronavirus test upon arrival. Stakeholders are unhappy that the Deputy
Cyprus agreed on Friday to welcome tourists from its largest market the UK from 1 August if the country’s coronavirus outbreak remains on a downward trend. Cypriot Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou said
While hotels are fighting tooth and nail to reduce their losses this year, Cyprus Tourism Minister Savvas Perdios suggested British tourists could begin arriving on the island in mid-July. In an exclusive
After reassessing coronavirus data to see from which countries tourists are allowed entry with or without a COVID-19 health certificate after June 19, Cyprus has added France and Lebanon to the list.