Kato Paphos Archaeological Park, Paphos
Kato Paphos Archaeological Park, Paphos - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Kato Pafos, near Pafosharbour
Ticket Price: 5 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 05:30 pm Details
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About Kato Paphos Archaeological Park, Paphos
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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Kato Paphos Archaeological Park, Paphos Reviews
This site is big. Tomb after Tomb to investigate. Make sure you have plenty of energy as its really great. Everything is underground so when you first walk in you think there's nothing there. Take my word for it there is
This site houses the original Cathedral of Paphos, built approximately 4 A.D. We were very close to this site as it was the backdrop to our hotel so very convenient to visit. It was very quiet when we visited (being November ) but not sure if it will be the same in the height of the season. There was no entrance fee to pay but again not sure if this would be the case in the height of season.
Yes we did the whole site with a wheelchair. And met others doing the same. There are loos too, though badly laid out! Wheelchair routes are marked on the map and while they are not totally smooth they are passable. We got everywhere without too much trouble. The site is very interesting, bigger than expected and took a few hours to get around. Well worth a visit.
This place is an absolute must-visit for any educated person! It would however benefit from more information presented on the sites, guided tours, perhaps even audio - guides or an app. The place is suitable for visitors with strollers and wheelchair users, but the roads aren't very smooth.
I didn't give 5 stars because they need to work on it. They are still digging to discover something new and you can feel that. Another reason for not giving 5 stars is that they really need to explain better what are you looking at and how it supposed to be. The rest is awesome :)