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Bold and energetic Limassol, one of Cyprus' liveliest cities, has long attracted holidaymakers to its resort hotels, where sweeping sea views, swimming pools and private stretches of beach are de rigeur. Limassol also boasts a compact and charming old town, a palm-fringed promenade backed by long and thin sandy beaches and cooling water parks. The warren of streets that flank the seaside strip have an allure of their own and are crammed with cafes, trendy bars, lively nightclubs and shops selling everything from souvenirs to the latest fashions. This is a real city where tourists and locals mingle happily. After a hard day's shopping, relaxing on the beach, or tanning by the pool, you'll be congratulating yourself over a cocktail on taking your holiday in this cosmopolitan resort city. 

Top 3 Things to do in Limassol.
The Limassol District Archaelogical Museum
Near the Limassol Public Gardens is the Limassol District Archeological Museum. It houses an interesting collection of antiquities found in the Limassol area from the Neolithic Age to the Roman period.
It has a pleasant garden containing a sundial, which was once owned by Lord Kitchener.
The Limassol Carnival
The Limassol Carnival takes place in early spring, before Lent. The 10-day festival reaches its climax on the weekend when there are singing competitions, called Cantades, in which rival groups of singers compete with each other. On the last Sunday there is a grand parade of lavishly decorated floats through the town.
Limassol’s Odos Anexartissias or Independence Street
Parallel to the main promenade in Limassol is Odos Anexartissias or Independence Street. The street starts beyond the Cyprus handicraft service and is the best shopping area in the city. There are some good specialist's shops selling silver, pottery and leather goods, and at the far end of the road there is a new shopping precinct.



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