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Tombs of the Kings

Paphos, Cyprus
+357 26 306217
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Paphos, Cyprus
+357 26 306217
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Reviewed yesterday

Was staying close by and love history so grabbed a hat and bottle of water and spent a couple of hours there. Great value for money and unspoilt. Gorgeous views not ‘touristy’ at all. Had a really good and peaceful afternoon whilst my wife and...More

Thank Darren B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's was good for the price, however I feel like there need to be more information about the history as I felt I learnt nothing. Overall the experience was good would definitely go again.

Thank Lauren B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great day out with friends and family great for the kids and wear them out and brilliant exploring, well worth entry price.

Thank Ctcj27
Reviewed yesterday

we found this very interesting and worth a visit. you do need to be interested in history though as other people were not of the same mind as us. not for the immobile as the ground is very uneven and over a large area -...More

Thank anita c
Reviewed yesterday

We were in paphos 5 years ago , we visit this wondeful place but we had a job to get there,, we were more than impressed by the new road in generaly the way the whole area is kept!well done!

Thank terryjones24
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is an unusual monument and liking it depends on the knowledge one has about the period of history to which they belong. They are underground tombs dug in the soft rock that belonged to nobles and not kings. It is an unusual monument. In...More

Thank Anastasia100100
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great place to visit. Need good footwear and not suitable for limited mobility Lots of tombs to see and lots of steps It was very hot but its a great location, easy to access, very reasonably priced and on the other side of the road...More

Thank clair c
Reviewed 2 days ago

If you like history and culture Tomb of the Kings is well worth visiting . Entrance fee if € 2.50 is a bargain , beautiful place

Thank shirl37
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Fantastic place to visit. Some of the tombs are amazing it’s a real hidden gem. Make sure you have water and comfortable shoes, as it’s a little uneven in some of the tombs.

Thank daveparsons67
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Fantastic hour & half looking back through time. Really enjoyed this visit. Give yourself plenty of time, best time to go, early a.m or after 3pm. Avoid the hottest hours of the day! A MUST is to wear sensible sports shoes.. flip flops or sandals...More

Thank Dawn S
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25 July 2017|
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Response from _edlm1 | Reviewed this property |
Remember water/drinks no shop's on site
2 May 2017|
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Response from nutzlos | Reviewed this property |
Not at all necessary.The site wasn't very busy in April and,as usual,if you arrive early fewer people there.
15 January 2017|
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Response from mshope99 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Yes it's very easy to get to by bus as it situated on a main road. Bus number 615 from Kato Paphos bus station (by the harbour) will get you there in around 10 minutes :)