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Top-Rated walking tours in Limassol

Everywhere you go in Limassol, you'll find charm, architecture and culture. Travel with us to explore the history and beauty of Limassol.

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Can you really see Limassol in one day?

Located on the south coast of Cyprus, Limassol is a seaside city that is home to picturesque buildings, beaches, and nightlife. This cosmopolitan city is also a popular spot for tourism and is home to many international residents. There is something for everyone in Limassol. The city is a great choice for families, and has many fun things to do for children.

Kykkos Monastery

The city has an extensive list of historical sites, and visitors can learn about the city's past at these places. One of the best places to visit is the Sanctuary of Apollo. This ancient site was an important pilgrimage center in the past. It features a museum that exhibits the history of the island, including artifacts from the Neolithic age. The admission fee is very affordable and it is easy to get to.

Limassol is also home to Kykkos Monastery, which is famous for its collection of religious artifacts and the Virgin Mary icon painted by Apostle Luke. The monastery is also home to a museum, which is worth a visit. The temple of Apollo Hylates is another important ancient site, and visitors can learn about the history of the island at this temple. The temple dates back to the 8th century BCE and is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Limassol.

The city also features the Akrotiri Salt Lake, which is a Ramsar-designated wetland. This salt lake is an important breeding ground for many species of waterfowl. It is located in southwest Limassol, and is considered a popular tourist destination due to the flamingos that can be seen around the area.

Limassol is also home to the Wet 'n' Wild water park, which is the island's second largest aquatic park. The park features slides, a lazy river, and other activities for kids. This park is perfect for families with children and is a great place to spend an afternoon.

Limassol also has a number of beaches, including the Governor's Beach, which is considered one of the liveliest beaches in the city. This beach offers plenty of sunbathing and water sports, and has a number of bars and restaurants. The beach is also known for its clean, shallow waters. Another beach worth a visit is the Dassoudi Beach, which offers plenty of sun loungers and a playground for kids.

Limassol Medieval Museum

The city also features an array of historic sites, including Lusignan Castle. This castle was built by Lusignans during the crusades and was converted into a prison. Visitors can take a guided tour to learn more about the castle.

The city is also home to a number of festivals, such as the Wine Festival and Carnival. The city's nightlife is also vibrant, with a number of open-air summer clubs and bars, as well as international DJs and live music events. There are also plenty of beach bars and clubs in the city, including the Rote Club, which hosts musical events every summer. This club features a number of different music styles, from electronic to jazz.

Unique guided tours in Limassol

Whether you're visiting for the day or a week, Limassol offers a number of unique guided tours. These tours give visitors a glimpse into the history of this coastal town and the surrounding areas. These tours are available in English. Depending on the tour you choose, your guide may follow one of several different routes through the city.

If you're looking to experience Cyprus' history, the Ancient Kourion is the place to start. This site has been settled since the Neolithic period. There are well-preserved villas and a Roman-era amphitheatre. You'll also find a pilgrim hall and a holy precinct. It's one of the most impressive archaeological sites in Cyprus.

Limassol is also home to some of Cyprus' most intriguing castles. The Limassol Castle was built on the remains of an early Christian basilica. It was later occupied by the Venetians and Ottomans. The castle now serves as a museum.

Limassol Castle

The village of Omodhos is one of the island's best wine-growing villages. There are several wineries that offer tastings. It's located 40 minutes away from Limassol.

Limassol's archaeological museum holds a large collection of antiquities from the Roman period. You can also visit the Limassol Marina, a modern-day eating and drinking hub. It is located at the eastern end of a large strip of land that borders the sea.

Limassol's old town is the most interesting part of the city. You'll find a plethora of restaurants and cafes. It's also home to the Limassol Medieval Museum, which is a collection of artifacts from the medieval period.

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Excellent walking tour

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The guide was really kind and skilled at talking in a way that piqued your interest and kept you focused on the city's attractions! I'd strongly advise it.

This tour is fantastic for everyone

4.7

We had a great day exploring Madrid. Carlos was very educated and personable, and he told us a lot of amusing stories about the area. Definitely a recommendation!

Fabulous tour

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Wonderful Alhambra visit with Anna. She was very approachable, knowledgeable, and full of amusing anecdotes.

Great morning

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We spent a great day exploring Milan's medieval districts on foot. The tour guide told engaging stories and was well-informed.

Outstanding!

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We had a wonderful day and are very happy we took the 2-hour guided tour of Paris.

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