Attracting tourism to Cyprus post-Covid
With the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic expected to take a toll on tourism until 2023 or 2024 the deputy ministry of tourism on Monday made a number of suggestions to adapt the sector to the challenging times ahead, including placing more emphasis on nature.
The article by the ministry was published ahead of September 27, World Tourism Day.
“This year will be a different Tourism Day, on which instead of achievements, we will refer more to the future of the sector, through the severe crisis that is currently underway. Like the rest of the world, Cyprus tourism was affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The World Tourism Organisation expects a reduction in global tourism in 2020 by at least 80 per cent, a statistic that seems to be in line with the case of Cyprus,” the deputy ministry announced.