First Class Flights to Cyprus
Cyprus is a popular destination for First Class travellers due to the amount of historic ruins and buildings that can be found in the country. It has a varied culture and an extremely warm climate to entice First Class travellers. Cyprus is known for being a safe country to visit, with little crime occurring. Summer is the best time to visit in order to experience the wonderfully warm Mediterranean climate.
Flying First Class to Cyprus
Flying First Class to Cyprus directly from London can take up to 4 and a half hours. The majority of major airlines will offer a direct flight from London and other airports, straight to Cyprus. These can be either daily, or multiple times weekly depending upon the airline you choose to travel with. Cyprus’ main airport is Larnaca International Airport.
Where to Stay and How to Get Around When on a First Class Trip to Cyprus
The most popular five star hotels to stay in around Cyprus are located in Limassol and Paphos. In Limassol, First Class travellers can stay at the Four Seasons hotel, a well-known five star hotel chain.
A range of spa and gym facilities are present in the hotel, as well as 6 restaurants offer a wide range of fine cuisine, and an exclusive boutique shopping area with an extensive range of designer shops and jewellery stores.
In Paphos, First Class travellers can stay in Elysium Beach five star Hotel. The hotel is situated near the historic sight of the Tombs of the Kings and is set out architecturally to resemble a paradise, as the name ‘Elysium’ suggests. The hotel comes with a Greek style amphitheatre and four restaurants for high-end dining.
Many First Class travellers can use taxis to get around Cyprus, usually these have to be booked. These services only run from 6am to 6pm however. In this case, hiring a car, or chauffeur driven car may be the best way to get around the city at all hours.
Other Useful Information for First Class Travellers Going to Cyprus
There are many fascinating antique and architectural wonders around Cyprus, from a range of different time periods. Everything from the Roman Empire to the Stone Age can be visited. Nicosia is a good place to start when visiting the countries historical buildings.
Around Cyprus you will find a variety of cultural buildings that display various Cypriot art, literature and even performances of traditional music.
Limassol and Larnaca are perfect places for boutique shopping. A variety of modern fashion designers and jewellers are scattered around both towns, there are up to 300 shops to visit in Limassol alone.
Paphos is a good place not only to find Five Star hotels, but to also find the best and most classy restaurants Cyprus has to offer. With a range of traditional food like meze can be found in this area, but also restaurants that serve international inspired cuisine.