Limassol is the most vibrant city in Cyprus. This is a major tourist center on a par with Ayia Napa and Protaras, where life does not freeze all year round, as it has many attractions and entertainment. The southern resort is famous for its beaches. You can relax in the city, but in high season the coastline is too densely equipped with rows of vacationers.
The exception is only a few hotels with their own beaches – proud owners of 4 and 5 stars: Amathus Beach Hotel Limassol, Four Seasons, St. Raphael, Mediterranean Beach, Elias Beach, Londa, GrandResort, Le Meridien.
It is better to go outside Limassol, where it is much freer, the gentle sea and stunning views are unlikely to leave anyone indifferent. Remember to rent a car to travel comfortably. Continue reading
Between cities there is regular air traffic. Planes fly 3 times a day from the airport of Fiumicino (Rome) to Capodichino (Naples). All flights are operated by 2 companies Alitalia and Westbahn. One-way ticket price – from 70 €, round-trip ticket – from 120 €. The flight lasts about 1 hour. However, the whole trip will take about 2.5 hours, since you will have to spend time on registration, on a trip to the Fiumicino airport, which is located in the suburbs of Rome, as well as on the road from Kapodichino to the center of Naples.
How to get to the airport in Rome?
From Termini Station to Rome Airport Aeroexpress runs (Leonardo Express)
Ticket price – 15 €. Trains follow non-stop with a break of 30 minutes, during peak hours the interval is reduced to 15 minutes. Continue reading
Ayia Napa is a Cypriot resort town, which is famous for its carelessness and love of life. Local residents never lose heart with pleasure sharing with tourists a positive mood, which can be recharged in numerous bars, restaurants and clubs.
GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY
The resort is located in eastern Cyprus, 8 km from Protaras and is part of the vast Kokkinokoria area. The name of the city is translated “Sacred Forests”. They say that once the whole area was covered with trees, but over time they were cut down to build a Continue reading