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Living in Limassol, Cyprus:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Limassol, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Limassol what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Limassol is a beautiful city. It a coastal city, with the Mediterranean Sea lapping its beaches. Limassol is a combination of modern facilities with the cultural inheritance of an elaborate history. It’s main industry is tourism, however it also has a vibrant city, hosting trendy restaurants, pubs and commercial enterprises.

Loukas, says: 2020

Limassol is famous for hospitable people, the excellent food and the great weather. There are many jobs here and it is not too noisy during the day, and very lively at night. It is ideal for both singles and families. It has many ancient sites to visit and both the ancient and the modern blend in harmony. Sites like the ancient castle in Kolossi which was used as a fortress and the Limassol Marina with the fancy shops and expensive restaurants, are just examples of the variety of things to see and do here.

Antonis, says: 2020

Limassol is a beautiful city that has a wonderful beach along with one of the best marinas in cyprus. It has historical places to visit along with various shopping centers. The temperatures get very hot in summer so come prepared. Limassol has both tourist value and great living conditions.

Alexandru, says: 2020

Limassol is a wonderful city found on the south coast of Cyprus. It is a brilliant travel destination due to that it has a multitude of activities available for both tourists and locals. Whilst the south of the city is lined by sandy beaches, a short drive north leads to beautiful mountainous regions with thrilling views and plant species unique to this island such as the Yellow Cyprus Sun Rose Helianthemum. It is also home to some of the best sources of entertainment, with Guaba beach bar being named the

One must be aware however that although the sunny weather – which averages at 300 to 340 days a year – allows for a pleasant holiday, the subtropical Mediterranean climate can lead to sunburn and heat stroke and so adequate sun protection is absolutely necessary for a hazard free experience.

Olivia, says: 2020

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