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Tourist Arrivals In Cyprus Skyrocket In March

Tourist Arrivals In Cyprus Skyrocket In March

Tourist arrivals in Cyprus skyrocketed in March 2022, compared to the same month of 2021 and 2020, when lockdowns and strict measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 were in place.

According to data released on Thursday by the Statistical Service of Cyprus, tourist arrivals reached 128,840 in March 2022, compared to 8,811 in March 2021 and 55,342 tourist arrivals in March 2020.

For the period of January-March 2022, tourist arrivals reached 244,705 compared to 17,747 in the corresponding period of 2021, 246,556 during the period of January-March 2020, and to 357,475 during the period of January-March 2019.

Arrivals from the United Kingdom were the main source of tourism for March 2022, with a share of 34.8% (44,829), followed by Greece with 9.9% (12,810), Israel with 8,6% (11,122), Germany with 8,2% (10,592) and Poland with 7.6% (9,805).

For 71.9% of the arrivals in March 2022, the purpose of their trip was holidays, for 16.3% visit to friends and relatives and 11.8% travelled for business purposes. Respectively, in March 2021, 25.2% of visitors came to Cyprus for holidays, 35.2% visited friends or relatives and 39.4% visited Cyprus for business.

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