How long is a flight to Paphos?
You can fly from London to Paphos International Airport (PFO) in approximately 4 hours 30 minutes.
What’s the cheapest month to fly to Paphos?
The cheapest months to fly to Paphos are December and January with the peak season being June through September.
Is Paphos cheap to visit?
Paphos is very affordable, particularly if you go during the off-peak season. You can choose from a variety of accommodation options from luxurious resorts to more modest apartments and hotels. There are numerous day trips close to Paphos and local food is relatively inexpensive if you go beyond the tourist trail.
Is it easy to get around Paphos?
Once you touch down in Paphos International Airport (PFO), you’ll find yourself a convenient 15 minute drive from Paphos’ town centre. There are a number of transport options to choose from, including taxis, airport shuttles and car hires. Taxis cost around €15 to Paphos, going up to €50 to Limassol. If you want to explore on your own time, simply hire a car with British Airways and collect Avios on every rental.
Why visit Paphos?
Famously known as the birthplace of Aphrodite, Paphos is a culturally rich coastal city that strikes a delicate balance between the old and new with a number of must-see historical sites granted UNESCO World Heritage status. Don’t miss seeing the ruins of the ancient city of Paphos, the Tombs of the Kings and the Sanctuary of Aphrodite. When you’re done exploring, the town centre has a number of bars, restaurants and hotels on the modern harbour. Book your next holiday to Paphos with British Airways.
Why fly British Airways to Paphos?
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