Limassol Holidays, Cyprus
From afar, Limassol, Cyprus looks like a totally modern metropolis with all traces of history wiped out. If you look close enough, however, you’ll find historical landmarks well hidden behind the cosmopolitan skyline. So, if you’re looking for a holiday destination that has a good mix of the old and new, this is where you should be.
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Like most cities in Cyprus, Limassol is accessible through Larnaca International Airport. However, if you take one of the charter flights, your plane will land at Paphos international airport. From either location, you can then take a shuttle bus to Limassol. Having a principal sea port, the city is also accessible by boat. In fact, there are several regular cruise routes available, provided by the Louis Cruise Lines at St. Raphael Marina, which depart from Ashdod, Israel.
What are some of the top Landmarks in Limassol, Cyprus?
Limassol Castle tops the list of attractions in this tourist destination, not only because of its history, but also because of its scenic gardens and olive press. The castle has an archaeological view to boast as well. At present, it is where the Medieval Museum is housed.
Amathus Ruins is where artefacts and excavations that have existed for over 3000 years can be seen. Although there are several myths as to how the city came to be, it is believed to have a special place in Aphrodite’s heart.
These are just two of the famous attractions in Limassol, Cyprus. You can book a tour with a local guide, so you can see more of the treasures of the city.
If you prefer to explore the modern side of things, just check out some of its top bars or visit the Limassol Tourist area, where the nightlife is vibrant and active.