Melco Group have announced new career opportunities at Cyprus Casinos (C2) satellite casinos in Ayia Napa, Nicosia and Limassol. The group is the company behind City of Dreams Mediterranean, Europe’s first integrated casino resort (ICR).
Crown Iris, a renowned cruise ship, arrived in Larnaca from Haifa on May 25. According to the Larnaca Tourism Board, the line, with capacity for 2000 passengers, will travel from Haifa to Larnaca on a weekly basis until the start of November and it will often dock in Larnaca overnight.
Cyprus Airways announced additional flights from Larnaca to Athens every Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
The arrivals of travellers this March reached 297,614 compared to 304,694 in March 2018, recording a decrease of 2,3 percent.
Limassol Marina, the first full-service superyacht marina in Cyprus, has received the prestigious 5 Gold Anchor Platinum Award, the highest distinction for exceptional marinas across the world, providing outstanding customer services and facilities.
Demonstrating its on-going commitment to actively support the Cypriot tourism industry in their goal to enhance the entertainment sector for both locals and tourists, Cyprus Casinos C2 participated in the highly anticipated Limassol Boat Show 2019 as the main sponsor of the Exclusive Superyachts Event.
Radisson Hotel Group has announced its entry into the capital city of Cyprus, with the signing of the Radisson Blu Hotel, Nicosia.
On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey, revenue from tourism reached EUR52,4 million in February compared to EUR52,7 million in the corresponding month of 2018, recording a decrease of 0,6 percent.
The Real Madrid Foundation Clinics of Cyprus will commence in Nicosia this June.
Savvas Perdios talks to Travel Trade Cyprus about the Deputy Ministry of Tourism, Cyprus, focus points and plans.