Cyprus removes all entry restrictions for tourists
From June 1, 2022, foreign tourists, including Russian ones, are able to come to Cyprus under the same conditions as before the pandemic. By a government decision, all restrictions have been lifted: now not only vaccination certificates are needed, but also PCR tests.
The innovation, which came into force on June 1, was announced on May 27 by the government press and information bureau of the island nation.
It is clarified that quarantine restrictions have been lifted not only for tourists arriving in the country by airplane. Concessions are also relevant for the country's seaports.
Thus, from June 1, Russian tourists will need only a passport and a visa to enter Cyprus.
Cypriot Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos called the easing of entry conditions as an important decision that will allow the country to return to normal tourist level.
Russian tourists can get to Cyprus by connecting flights with changes, for example, in Dubai, Istanbul or Tel Aviv.
For a flight on the route Moscow - Larnaca with change in Turkey and Israel, tourists need to pay 576 Euros per person one way.