The innovative, new historical attraction ‘Larnaca Storytelling Statues’ was recently presented – a project that allows locals and visitors to learn the history of symbolic figures connected to the city in an interactive way through the statues ‘telling’ their own stories.
The Peace Bridge Club operates out of Leptos Kamares Club in Paphos, and has been running for more than four years now.
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber (CSC), hosted the closed session of its 31st annual general meeting online on August 31, at which only its member-companies participated.
On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey carried out by the statistical service, revenue from tourism in June of this year reached EUR6,7 million compared to EUR350,4 million in the corresponding month of the previous year, recording a decrease of 98,1 percent.
Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 64,914 in July of this year compared to 550,971 in July 2019, recording a decrease of 88,2 percent.
Limassol Marina, in collaboration with the charity organisation ‘Hug with Love’, have assisted in the efforts to help those tragically affected by the fatal explosion in Lebanon.
The Italian-Cypriot Chamber of Commerce and The Cyprus Hotel Association (CHA) have announced that a memorandum of understanding (MoU) will be signed in September between the two organisations with the purpose to formalise an institutional cooperation aimed to develop jointly initiatives and projects for the promotion of Cyprus Tourism and Hospitality sector in all the possible areas.
The arrivals of travellers in June of this year reached 21,939 compared to 661,970 in June 2019, recording a decrease of 96,7 percent.
Cyprus’ arrivals of tourists reached 9,119 in June of this year compared to 509,662 in June 2019, recording a decrease of 98,2 percent.