Tours & Walks

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Tours and Walks

Explore the enchanting city of Paphos on foot with Tours and Walks organised by the CTO!

Delve into the rich history, culture, and charm of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, discovering hidden gems and iconic landmarks along the way. Whether you’re a history buff, culture enthusiast, or simply love to explore new destinations on foot, on a walking tours offer a unique and unforgettable experience.

Step back in time as we wander through the winding streets of Paphos Old Town, where ancient ruins and historic buildings tell tales of civilizations past. Marvel at the intricate mosaics of the House of Dionysus and the Tombs of the Kings, marveling at the skill and artistry of ancient craftsmen.

Walk through quaint neighborhoods and bustling squares, soak in the sights, sounds, and aromas of daily life in Paphos. Stop by local markets to sample traditional Cypriot delicacies, chat with friendly locals, and browse handmade crafts and souvenirs.

Fascinating stories and insights into Paphos await, from its days as a thriving ancient city to its modern-day incarnation as a vibrant cultural hub. Learn about the mythological origins of the city, its importance as a center of worship for the cult of Aphrodite, and the influence of various civilizations that have left their mark on its architecture and traditions.

On these Tours and Walks discover hidden treasures such as charming Byzantine churches, tranquil gardens, and panoramic viewpoints offering sweeping vistas of the Mediterranean Sea.

Whether you’re strolling along the picturesque waterfront promenade, exploring ancient archaeological sites, or wandering through narrow cobblestone alleys, walking tours promise an immersive and unforgettable journey through the heart and soul of Paphos. Uncover the beauty and history of this captivating city, one step at a time.

Tours and Walks are organized by Paphos municipality in collaboration with CTO and the Cyprus Tourist Guides Association, the tour takes tourists to various archaeological sites dating back to the early Bronze Age.