A massive santuary site from the Hellenistic Era has been discovered on the island of Cyprus at Geroskipou-Pachyammos.
January 16th in Cyprus, the 3rd annual Digi.travel Cyprus International Conference & Expo will feature leading travel industry experts with analysis and strategies covering the latest trends and potential.
Cyprus is breaking all previous tourism records this year with arrivals passing 3.8 million visitors for the first time ever.
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades revealed his confidence that the growth rate of 4% for the county’s touristic economy would continue to rise in the coming months at an event held by the Association of Hotelier Managers (PASYDIXE) in Limassol. At the meetup, Mr. Anastasiasdes heaped praise on leaders in the tourism industry and the private […]
The go-ahead has been given to Cyprus’ Deputy Shipping Minister Natasa Pilides to study ways a former ferry link in between Greece and Cyprus can be relaunched.
Yesterday the French Ambassador to Cyprus met with the mayor of Paphos to discussed the town’s efforts to transform itself into a so-called ‘smart’ city. Ambassador Rene Troccaz met with Mayor Phedon Phedonos for the second time on the subject of making bringing the city up to speed in digital.
A presentation by Attila Barabasi and Rea Ioannidou, the exhibition of traditional costumes and items named ”Similarities and dissimilarities of the traditional costume of Romania-Cyprus” runs in Lanarka from September 14th thru October 30th.
The Region of Paphos on Cyprus will feature more year-round hotel accommodations for 2018-2019 as compared to the previous year.
Not all news from paradise is positive these days as unsustainable practices and the global warming trend threatens to turn Cyprus and other southern European islands into true desert islands. New concerns over Cyprus’ very limited water resources come from Cyprus’s Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and the Environment, which has set up a national […]
Cyprus is surely one of Europe’s best-kept secrets. While the likes of Greece and Spain have become synonymous with the package holiday, Cyprus remains relatively untouched, or at least, untouched by mass tourism.
Hotel price hikes in Spain have prompted big travel entities to opt for Greece and Balkans destinations.
Thomas Cook Group executives say they expect a 40% rise in demand for Greek destinations.
According to the Airport Manager at Heraklion’s Nikos Kazantzakis Airport passenger traffic was up almost 12 percent for 2016 year on year. One of the world’s most popular island paradises, Crete is well known for its friendly inhabitants and vacation bargains.
Today the Digi.travel Cyprus Conference & Expo kicks off from the Filoxenia Conference Centre in Nicosia. Organized for the first time, in co-operation with the Association of Cyprus Travel Agents, this session puts technology providers alongside travel and hospitality professionals for networking, business intelligence, and problem-solving. Argophilia Travel News reports from Cyprus.
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?
According to a story from Vestnik Kavkaza, the European Union and Georgia will sign an early agreement to start the process of Georgia’s associate membership in November. With pressing tensions all around though, November seems far off where good relations between European countries is concerned.