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Level 1
Vasaya Red'ko
Overall rating: 6
General opinion: Not a bad place as a whole. A lot of pubs, bars, etc. Now big shopping mall is in process of building as well. There's cinema's, bowling, billiards available.
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Level 7
Overall rating: 6
Best Period to Go: Best time for Paphos is May/June and Sept/Oct and even in November you can have 30dgs every day July/Aug is only for those who like temps in high 40's during day and extreme humidity in evenings.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Best Period to Go: Almost every season of year seems to be ideal with regards to outdoor activities and sightseeing. Summers are usually hot. Moreover, they rarely appear to be wet. One would find heat waves occurring on a recurrent basis. They generally happen during months of August and July. This is the period when hot masses from Sahara desert come to ‘Cyprus’.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Not to miss:  Paphos is extremely rich in archalogical sites of interest.
At the harbour, is the Castle of Paphos, a Byzantine fort. There are the mysterious Tombs of the Kings, the Pillar on which Saint Paul was allegedly tied and flogged, the ancient Odeon Theatre, the Byzantine Museum and the District Archaeological Museum, with its collection of Cypriot antiquities from the Neolithic Age to 1700 AD.
Near Odeon, there are the remains of the ancient city walls and the Roman market. Among other treasures, are the exquisite, beautifully preserved mosaics in the Houses of Dionysos, ... More Theseus and Aion.
This remarkable history has led to Paphos being included in the official UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
General opinion:  Paphos is a town on the southwest coast of Cyprus, reknowned in Greek mythology as birthplace of Aphrodite, goddess of love. Paphos has been inhabited since the Neolithic period and in antiquity was the island's capital.
The original town of Old Paphos, today the site of Kouklia, lay at  some distance from the sea. New Paphos, was founded on the coast, with access to a good natural harbour.
The town declined throughout the British colonial period and Paphos remained an underdeveloped and underpopulated region of the island until 1974. After this date there ... More was rapid economic development, especially in  tourism.
Then came government investment in irrigation and transport infrastructure, including the building of Paphos International Airport. Private investment focussed on hotel and holiday home construction and the entertainment infrastructure.
Today Paphos, with a population of about 50,000 is a charming, busy fishing harbour and a popular tourist resort.
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Level 1
p. young
Overall rating: 3
General opinion: Needs money spent to attract tourists, very tired, dirty, bad customer service, more entertainment needed for families especially children, paddling pool, amusement arcades, parks, etc. less restaurants...
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coast drive paphos to limassol
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Level 14
Overall rating: 7
Not to miss: Paphos is a beautifull place i loved every day i was there so much to see and do i loved the tomb of the kings the people of pahos are very friendly the food was fantastic Kato harbour is great too plenty of places to eat i also visited coral bay if you dont drive you can get a bus from the bus station to coral bay and it did not cost a lot it cost 2 euro`s for a returne tic ket well worth the trip
Not to be missed:
Odeion Agora
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