According to the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) and the Cyprus Hotel Association (CHA), this year’s summer tourism season outlook is very positive. If the island sees unification, investors may seek boom tourism market.
A study of touristic trends by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) has prompted the launch of a campaign, the Cypriot Breakfast, aimed at showcasing local cuisine. The project, in collaboration with the Travel Foundation in the UK, focuses on tradition rather than diversified Cyprus touristic offerings.
The economies of the EU versus Russia Crimea situation extend farther afield than some visa denials and wanton sanctions against the Russian Federation. With regional tourism massively affected by Russian tourists rubles, how can the EU further a NATO agenda and not hurt places like Spain, Italy, Greece, and Cyprus?
An interesting cross-border collaborative effort in between Crete and Cyprus is being held in the city of Rethymno on Crete Oct. 1. An all important workshop to “Promoting marketing of oil” will see formulators, mills, merchants and producers discuss how best to collectively upgrade their products. Organized by SEDIK, the Region of Crete and the […]
Recent news of banking system problems on the Island of Cyprus have already had further negative impact on Cyprus where inbound tourism is concerned. And, considering the impact tourism has on the overall Cyprus economy, this is maybe the worst sort of news. However, not so many travelers might know that travel to Northern Cyprus shows no such real or percieved banking or other difficulty. You see, Northen Cyprus (officially the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) is in many ways a wholly separate system.
A huge advertising campaign will be taken to the many media outlets; TV, radio, posters, flyers, the works, by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation. A tagline the organization created to touch everyone’s heart is; “Cyprus in Your Heart” – striking words, representing Cyprus as it is; beautiful, scenic, from the beaches to the mountain tops, from ancient ruins, to ever more decadent cities.
An increase in tourist arrivals from Russia has powered an increase in Cyprus’ tourism revenue. After a constant increase throughout 2012, revenues are expected to reach 2 billion euros by the end of the year, closing at a 10% increase from last year’s figures, according to the Cyprus Tourism Organistion (CTO).