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Free transport for Limassol wine festival visitors

Limassol municipality has announced free transportation for visitors to the Limassol wine festival in the context of its participation in the European Mobility Week.

The Limassol wine festival is set to commence on Saturday night.

Limassol municipality invites Limassol residents to leave their cars at home and instead use Emel transportation company buses for free for the duration of the festival.

The municipal authorities reached a special arrangement with the Limassol passenger transport company so that everyone can use the buses at no cost to the wine festival, according to its announcement.

Bus line No.30 will be departing from Parklane at 7pm and will be returning at midnight.

According to the municipality, passengers using line No.30 will be able to buy a festival ticket from the bus driver and ride the bus for free.

Aside from bus line No.30, the municipality has arranged two extra daily routes departing from Jumbo area (ex-Orphanides) at 7pm and 8pm and returning at 10pm and 11pm respectively.

Those using the two abovementioned special routes will have to purchase fest tickets from the garden’s entrance. The return bus ride will be free upon presenting the festival’s ticket.

For residents of other cities, the deputy ministry of tourism is offering free bus transportation as well.

The timetable is as follows:

Nicosia

6.30pm – Departure from Handicraft Centre.

11pm – Departure from Limassol Public Garden.

Larnaca

7pm – Departure from King Paul’s square (Deputy Ministry of Tourism Information Office)

11pm – Departure from Limassol Public Garden.

Ayia Napa

6.30pm – Departure from Ayia Napa monastery car park.

11pm – Departure from Limassol Public Garden.

Paphos

6.30pm – Departure from Kato Paphos (Poseidonos Avenue opposite Almyra hotel)

11pm – Departure from the wine festival.

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