Kato Paphos Archaeological Park

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  • Address: Kato Pafos, near Pafosharbour, Paphos, Cyprus
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  • Timings: 08:30 am - 05:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +357-26306217
  • Ticket Price: 5 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Ancient Ruin, Historical Site, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Archaeological Site

Kato Paphos Archaeological Park - Review

Choose the Kato Paphos Archaeological Park for a pleasant walk after a visit to a nearby beach . The Archaeological Park is home to various Greko Roman mosaics, ruins like tombs, amphitheatre and the castle. The park is extremely old which gives you an exceptionally good historic experience. On a visit to Paphos you should treat yourself with some time at the Kato Paphos Archaeological Park.

Kato Paphos Archaeological Park Information

  • The timings of the park change with season.
  • During the month of April there is a magnificent display of colorful blooming flowers in the park.
  • The ground at the park is uneven so please wear good footwear

How To reach Kato Paphos Archaeological Park by Public Transport

  • Train: Historic Lefke(Camlikoy) Train Station, EvrichouTrain Station.
  • Bus: Kato Paphos Main Bus Station ,Bus Stop 80 , Bus Stop 916.

Restaurants Near Kato Paphos Archaeological Park

  • Melania Restaurant
  • Kiniras Hotel & Restaurant
  • Agapinor Restaurant, Paphos, Cyprus

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TripHobo Highlights for Kato Paphos Archaeological Park

  • Kato Paphos Archaeological Park Address: Kato Pafos, near Pafosharbour, Paphos, Cyprus
  • Kato Paphos Archaeological Park Contact Number: +357-26306217
  • Kato Paphos Archaeological Park Timing: 08:30 am - 05:30 pm
  • Kato Paphos Archaeological Park Price: 5 EUR
  • Best time to visit Kato Paphos Archaeological Park(preferred time): 08:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Kato Paphos Archaeological Park: 02:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Kato Paphos Archaeological Park

  • 95% of people who visit Paphos include Kato Paphos Archaeological Park in their plan

  • 41.5% of people start their Kato Paphos Archaeological Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kato Paphos Archaeological Park

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

83.51% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kato Paphos Archaeological Park

People normally club together Tombs Of The Kings and Coral Bay while planning their visit to Kato Paphos Archaeological Park.

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Kato Paphos Archaeological Park, Paphos Reviews

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  • This place is a really good day out with kids. Even my boy isn't too fussed about history but he enjoyed it. It's definitely a 2-3 hour visit if you want to enjoy everything but you can of course just visit the places of interest and cut down the time. They are open until 7pm so you have to time it right in the summer to avoid the heat. We went at 5pm and that was perfect (note though that the castle shuts at 5pm so do not first if you want to bundle two trips into one). Bring snacks, water and sun cream!

  • If you're ever in Paphos this is a must. Super cheap to enter. Amazing mosaics and ruins. Interesting to see work continuing. Take sunscreen, water and hat if going in the summer. It's hot in the sun and v little shade/indoor parts. Allow at least 2 hrs.

  • Highly recommend visiting this place. Informative & interesting. Most of the exhibits are out in the open but a number of the mosaics are indoors which does give some relief from the sun & heat. If you like history (or don't) you will not be disappointed.

  • Very impressive collection of archaeological finds. However do be prepared for the heat, wear a hat and take some water with you, and bear in mind that there is little in the way of shade. The mosaics are wonderful in their detail and many scenes are completely intact, though little remains of the building walls. The House of Aion is covered - but gets stiflingly hot. The cover over the House of Dionysus allows a little cooling breeze to pass through.

  • Stunningly well persevered Roman mosaics. The site well deserves it's UNESCO World Heritage site status. The visitor centre gives a good introduction to site. Stunning sea views. Bike that you have to leave the site to see some of the ruins.

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