Each year the King of the Carnival reflects a different theme- this year it’s Rio, famous for its raucous Carnival festival, featuring parade floats, flamboyant costumes and samba dancers. Paphos’ celebrations will take place from February 8- 17, and the entrance of the King of the Carnival which traditionally signals the start of the ten day celebrations, will take place at 3.30pm on Thursday, February 8.
Greek Retro songs, ballads as well as walsh and tango, serenades and "rembetika" will take us back to old Athens and to the narrow little roads of the Ionian Islands, enchanting all those who did not live in those decades. Songs for love and not only, that always touch our hearts. Nostalgic songs , known to all of us, regardless our age.
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You are in the prestige area of Geroskipou village and you are within walking distance to the fabulous central park area surrounded by lovely restaurants, Cyprus pottery shops, vendors selling the famous loukoumia sweets, and many more.
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Total foreign investment in Cyprus increased by a record 9.1 per cent in 2016 while the assets of Cyprus-based investment funds increased by 83 per cent, the outgoing president of the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA), Christodoulos Angastiniotis told the organisation’s AGM on Wednesday evening.
The number of tourist arrivals in November rose 17 per cent to 144,676 compared to the respective month of 2016 as all major markets performed strongly, the statistical service said.
The number of arrivals from the UK, traditionally Cyprus’s largest source of tourists, rose last month an annual 18 per cent to 51,263 while those from Russia, the second largest source, rose 21 per cent to 21,416, Cystat said in a statement on its website on Thursday.