Kanika Pantheon Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Cnr 28th October St & Metaxa St, Kanika Enaerios Complex, Limassol, 3300, Cyprus
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
26%
35
Very Good
46%
61
Average
19%
25
Poor
6%
8
Terrible
0%
1

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Rated 28% higher but also costs 90% more than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families90
  • Couples85
  • Solo85
  • Business60

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Flight to Rome

by orchid1949

I will beoffshored in Limassol and would like to go to Rome. I am not sure if there is any airport for Rome from Limassol. If not, Limassol to Athens and Athens to Rome. Need good advise any lost cost flight direct to Rome too ?

Re: Flight to Rome

by HansDK

There is no airport in Limassol and no direct flights from Cyprus to Rome.

You can fly to Rome from Larnaca via Athens - http://en.aegeanair.com

Re: Flight to Rome

by leics

www.skyscanner.net will give you carriers (budget and mainstream) and (usually) fares for your route & dates.

Limassol does not have an international airport. The two international airports in S Cyprus are Larnaca and Paphos, with Ercan in N Cyprus.

It will be easiest for you to fly to Rome from Larnaca airport, where there are direct flights with Alitalia and Cyprus Airways. Neither are budget carriers, but both offer good fares if booked well in advance.

There are also some direct flights from Larnaca to Athens. Aegean Air is a possible carrier.

As far as I can see Paphos has only indirect flights to either city.

Re: Flight to Rome

by HansDK

Sorry, I was a bit too fast with skyscanner. Indeed Cyprus Airways (http://cyprusair.com/) fly from Larnaca to Rome about 3 times a week. Return flights are via Milan. Alitalia codeshare on Cyprus Airways flights.

Re: Flight to Rome

by orchid1949

Thank you for all replies. But from Limassol to Larnaca, how long does it take? And how do I go there ? By bus, train to Larnaca airport ?

Re: Flight to Rome

by leics

Cyprus has no railway system.

You will have to take bus or taxi (it's about 44 miles) or possibly use a shuttle firm such as

http://www.airportshuttlebus.eu/

You will find bus information here:

http://media.visitcyprus.com/media/Downloads/BUSES_ROUTES.pdf

which is a pdf linked from

http://cyprus.angloinfo.com/information/10/busses.asp

Lemesos is Limassol.

Re: Flight to Rome

by orchid1949

Thank you. It is very helpful with bus schedules.

Re: Flight to Rome

by greekcypriot

Yes leics is right and thank you leics that you brought all this info.
Travelling by bus is the cheapest means indeed and the trip from Limassol to Larnaca can take about 45 minutes depending on the traffic....I suggest be 2 hours before the flight at the airport.Besides the airport is new and there is always much to see and do there. Enjoy your stay in Cyprus!

Travel Tips for Limassol

Ancient Amathus

by Aggeliki

Amathus was one of the most ancient royal cities of Cyprus, on the southern coast in front of Agios Tychonas, about 24 miles west of Larnaca and 6 miles east of Limassol.
Amathus was built on the coastal cliffs with a view of the sea. It flourished and became a rich kingdom since the early years of its settlement.

The modern city of...

by frantic

The modern city of limassol..well i quess when going to another country i have the curiocity to see how the locals actually live..no foklor things and traditiolal descriptions ..the real thing..so anyone sharing this kind of curiosity should go to the shops at Makarios Ave. or at Anexartisias Str. The 2 woolworth Malls one is located at the Beach avenue the other one in the west of Makarios Ave . THE beuatiful cafes at Enaerios area. The courts Square (is considered to be the modern city centre is where the majority of the businesses are located) .So don't make the mistake and constrain yourself to places just for tourists ..take advantage of the fact that cyprus is a safe place ..the possibility of getting robbed or anything like that is minimal on the other hand although you should be cautious but surely more relaxed.
The lady's mile Beach is UNIQUE get information on how to get there
The 'old water tank ' is considered to be a landmark dividing the old city from the new ..well is just an old water tank but it has a rather sentimental value for the old ones ..it reminds them the times that cyprus was a british colony and things like that.. it was restored for the millienioum celebrations and is lightened at nights is nice to look at.

Amathus

by gigina

Ancient Amathus us among the oldest if Cyprus's city kingdoms. Founded by a son of Hercules who was revered as a god here. The remains of this city are dominated by a vast paved agora studded with a dozen restored and re-erected columns, including 3 spiral-fluted and 2 square foundation filled with rubble and masonry fragments. Its original function is uncertain though it was probably a fountain.

There are also what appear to be waterworks system, the terminus of an acquaduct which supplied the city from the north.

Daily - June - Aug - 9am - 7.30pm
Sept - May 9am - 5pm
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A brief introduction to Limassol

by Mark_Purdue

"A Place where Old & Young Come Together"

Limassol is one of the main industrial areas of Cyprus. Here you can find the only working deep water port in the free areas, by 'free areas' I refer to the part of the country that is not under the Turkish occupational forces.

A wonderful city and surrounding areas that can be discovered both on foot and by car.

It is well worth the effort to buy your self a good street map prior to arrival as the local maps are not very useful.

Take a few days to walk all the backstreets of the old town where you will come across some rather interesting byzantine relics and some buildings that date back to the colonial period and beyond. This includes the fabulous Limassol Castle where King Richard the first of England, better known as Richard the Lion Heart, married Queen Berengaria.

The Limassol District also encompasses many of the outlying villages that you pass heading up into the Troodos Mountain range. Take time to stop off at some of these and find out how the old village traditions are being maintained.

There you have it, a few words to wet your appetite for the wonders of Limassol.

But one warning - July & August are the hotest months, so make sure you are carrying plenty of bottled water.

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Address: Cnr 28th October St & Metaxa St, Kanika Enaerios Complex, Limassol, 3300, Cyprus