Cyprus has become a safe, popular destination with Britons looking for an affordable break in Europe. The country is currently exempt from Foreign Office advice against all non-essential international travel. Cyprus has categorised countries according to their epidemiological situation.
The UK is in category B which means Britons can travel to the country but they must provide a negative coronavirus test on their arrival.
This must be obtained 72 hours before travel.
The results can be in the form of an email or test but the “test result itself and/or appointment letter must include the date and time when the test was taken.”
For those who are willing to take a coronavirus test and travel to the country for an autumn break, TUI is offering a bargain discount.
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Cyprus holidays: TUI offers Britons £200 off package holidays for September & October
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The holiday firm is offering Britons £200 off holidays to the island this month and next month.
Between September 1 and October 31, TUI is offering £200 off bookings to Cyprus with a code.
However, the bookings must be over £1,250 to be included and can only be used with the code CYPRUS.
Not included in the deal are holidays that are flight-only along with ski holidays and accommodation-only bookings.
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One of the deals on offer includes seven nights all inclusive in Coral Bay, Cyprus for just £593 per person.
The Atlantica Mare Village is perfect for families as it’s located just ten minutes away from a waterpark.
If it’s just the two of you then TUI is offering a seven-night stay at Pioneer Beach Hotel in Paphos Cyprus for just £623 per person.
The hotel is adults only located on the beach with a la carte dining.
Cyprus holidays: Cyprus has recorded just over 1,500 cases of coronavirus and 21 deaths
Both deals include return flights from London Stansted.
Cyprus has recorded just over 1,500 cases of coronavirus and 21 deaths.
This is relatively low compared to other European countries.
Cyprus has recorded only 7.5 cases of coronavirus per 100,000 people over a seven-day period.
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CEO of travel consultancy The PC Agency Paul Charles has been tweeting daily updates regarding country’s coronavirus rates.
Today he said that Cyprus remains a “clear leader” for keeping coronavirus case rates low.
He said: “Sat update: #Italy now in the Amber zone as it records highest case numbers since 3rd May.
“#Greece and #Turkey remain stable in the green zone.
“#Cyprus remains a clear leader in #Europe for keeping cases low – what is it doing right that others aren’t?”
Source:Daily Express :: Travel Feed