The Old Fort in Paphos is one of the most striking sights in this beautiful city in southern Cyprus. Often the scene of concerts during the summer months, it's a real favourite with visitors from all over the world. The town is divided into two areas, Kato Paphos or the lower part of town which takes in the harbour area, and Ktima Paphos and upper part where you'll find the commercial and shopping area. A cheap flight from all over the UK, with departures from Bristol, Edinburgh or another UK destination, is easy to find. Most visitors spend the greater part of their time in the tourist areas by the beaches and the harbour, and sights and attractions such as the Archaeological Park where the remains of two Roman villas with good examples of mosaics are popular, the House of Dionysos and the House of Theseus. The Odeon, a typical Greek amphitheatre can also be found here. There are lots of excellent restaurants serving Greek food and specialities such as meze, as well as numerous bars, cafes and nightclubs.
When you land in Paphos you'll most likely be met with a shuttle bus service that is part of your holiday package, perhaps to the resort of Limassol - travellers must note if they are searching for flights to Limassol that Paphos is in fact the closet airport. There is also a local bus service that runs from the terminal regularly and costs just a few euros. It takes just 15 minutes to get from the airport to the centre of the city by car, and there are several car rental options available. A taxi takes the same time and is relatively cheap, or you may choose a dolmus or shared taxi, a number of which are available outside the terminal after your flight, and covers the route into the town, as well as to Limassol and to Larnaca which takes around 1 and half hours on the A3 motorway.