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After the successful organisation of the Christmas Villages in 2021-2022 by the Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Tourism, a grant scheme has been announced for the organisation of the following one, 2022-2023.

The European Commission (EC) recently approved a EUR8 million Cypriot scheme to support tour operators affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

The mild winter temperatures are perfect for enjoying the self-guided cultural walk around Larnaca city, but if you are unable to participate on foot, you can still enjoy discovering all the sights at home via the new ‘Larnaka Cultural Walk Virtual 360°’ project.

Cyprus Casinos ‘C2’, the first and only authorised casinos in the Republic of Cyprus, reopened and welcome back guests on June 13 to a safe and pleasant environment, closely adhering to all the relevant guidelines issued by the Minister of Health.

The Cyprus Hotel Association (PASYXE) welcomed the new measures to support the economy and employment, which were announced in the context on May 27 sermon of Nikos Anastasiadis, president, Republic of Cyprus.

Following a meeting under the President of the Republic, STEK (Cyprus Tourism Business Association) recently sent a letter to the competent ministers of the government, with its suggestions on the reopening of the hotel industry and at the same time the resumption of tourism in the country.