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Cyprus: Steps of Apostle Paul


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8 Days / 6 Nights, Larnaca, Pafos, Lemesos, Nicosia, Troodos Mountains, Galata, Kakopetria


TOUR FEATURE INCLUDES: • Round-trip air: USA – Cyprus


• Meet and assist upon arrival by your Homeric Tours representative


• Private deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach throughout


• English-speaking Homeric Tour manager throughout


• Your choice of 3, 4 or 5 star hotels • 6 Nights of hotel accommodation • Breakfast and dinner daily • 5 Days of sightseeing tours • All entrance fees • Hotel taxes and service charges • Porterage of one suitcase per person • USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program


The itinerary may be modified and tailored to the specific requirements and budget of your group. * Ask about our church donation program


Kikkos Monastery, Troodos Moutains, Cyprus


DAY BY DAY ITINERARY DAY 1: USA


Depart for your overnight transatlantic flight to Cyprus.


DAY 2: LARNACA Upon arrival in Larnaca airport meet your Homeric Tours representative and transfer to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Dinner and overnight. (B)


DAY 3: LARNACA / PAFOS After breakfast, your tour begins with a visit to St. Lazarus Church built in the 9th century. Below the church for viewing lies the Tomb of Saint Lazarus. Continue onto Angeloktisti Church, visit Kolosvsi Castle (served as the Grand Commander of the Knights of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem). Visit the Greco-Roman theatre of Kourion and the House of Eustolios and the Cathedral of Kourion. Arrive in Pafos. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 4: PAFOS Enjoy breakfast, then a visit to the Pafos Archaeo- logical park with the Roman villas and Mosaics at the house of Aion, Dionysus and Theseus, the Tombs of the kings, St. Paul’s Pillar and Panagia Chrysopolitissa Church. This is the city where the Roman emperor Sergio was converted to Christi- anity after hearing Apostle Paul’s speeches. This is also, where Apostle Paul was tied to a pillar out- side the historic church of Panagia Chrysopolitissa and received 39 lashes for preaching Christianity. Later we visit the Agios Neophytos Monastery. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 5: LEMESOS Morning departure after breakfast to Kykko Monastery, founded in 1100 and dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The monastery possesses one of the three surviving Icons painted by St. Luke. Also visit the Kykko museum with priceless collection of Icons, manuscripts and other Cypriot antiqui- ties. Continue to Lemesos via picturesque Omodos village, a wine producing village with the beautiful monastery of the Holy Cross at the village square. Dinner and overnight accommodations. (B,D)


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DAY 6: LEMESOS / NICOSIA / LEMESOS After breakfast, depart for Nicosia with a visit to the Cyprus Archeological Museum. Visit the Byzantine Museum with the largest collection of Byzantine Icons and St. John’s Cathedral. Free time at Laiki Yeitonia (Pedestrian area with small shops and galleries). Return to Lemesos. Dinner and overnight accommodations. (B,D)


DAY 7: LEMESOS / TROODOS MOUNTAINS / GALATA / KAKOPETRIA / LARNACA


Following breakfast travel to Troodos Mountains and visit several of the 10 Byzantine Churches sanctioned by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. Tour through the wine producing villages stopping first at the church of Agios Panagia, The Podithou at Galata. Continue to Kakopetria with free time to walk and to eat lunch. Dininer and overnight in Larnaca. (B,D)


DAY 8: LARNACA / USA After breakfast transfer to the airport for your flight home. (B)


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