About Limassol

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The skyline of Limassol (Lemesos) has left behind very little evidence of its historical past and given way instead to a modern, cosmopolitan appearance. However, the protected ancient monuments of the city hand over a rich trail of artefacts and mythical stories. Limassol Castle, The Amathus Ruins and the Mosque of Djami Kebir are a few of the beautiful sights worth visiting. Check this website for more info!

Here is a list of Limassol attractions you might be interesting:

Limassol Castle

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Located at the center of Old Town the Limassol Castle has museum inside and plenty of cafes and restaurants outside. Bus 30 can be used to reach this place from tourist area, stop Old Port.

Old Port

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Nice place to walk and enjoy beautiful sea views! Plenty of high quality restaurants and cafes give opportunity to rest and refill power after long walking. Bus 30 can be used to reach this place from tourist area, stop Old Port.

Limassol Marina

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Built recently Limassol Marina mixes stylish architecture, nice views, good restaurants and cool bars! Bus 30 can be used to reach this place from tourist area, stop Old Port.

Old Town

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To feel city spirit just walk over the Old Town! You may start from Limassol Castle and walk leisurely by the narrow streets with old buildings, cathedrals and small cafes.
Bus 30 can be used to reach this place from tourist area, stop Old Port.

Amathus Archaeological Site

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Located outside city The Amathus Archaeological Site will give you ability to walk in centuries-old ruins and feel ancient Cyprus spirit.
Bus 30 can be used to reach this place from tourist area, stop Old Port.

The Limassol District Archaeological Museum

This museum was initially housed in a section of the Limassol Castle, which was founded in 1948. It holds many extraordinary artefacts dating from the beginning of the 4th and 5th centuries AD and covers all the historical periods to the early phases of the Ottoman period (16th-17th centuries). Collections of artefacts presented are mostly connected with the latest periods of Cyprus’ history, signifying various great archaeological discoveries.