The increase in arrivals was mainly on a 15 per cent annual rise of tourists from the UK, Cyprus’s largest market of incoming tourism, to 17,404, Cystat said in a statement on its website on Tuesday. Arrivals from Greece, Israel, and Germany rose 35 per cent, to 11,436, 57 per cent, to 8,240, and 10 per cent, to 2,431, offsetting a 21 per cent slump in arrivals from...
The number of tourist arrivals rose 21 per cent year-on-year last month, to 62,611, yet another all-time high for a January, defying a drop in the number of Russian tourists, the statistical service said.
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