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If you only want to spend one day sightseeing, make it this one. Taking in three of Cyprus’ top attractions; Kolossi castle, the Cyprus Wine Museum and the ruins of the ancient city of Curium. Your first stop is the Erimi Wine Museum where you’ll learn the history of the island’s wines. Set out on a journey through centuries of Cyprus wine history. Ancient jars and vases, medieval drinking vessels, old documents and instruments illustrate how wine was produced, stored and enjoyed in the past. Photographic backdrops and audiovisual equipment bring all aspects of wine making to life, from cultivation to production. And of course, you'll get to try and buy some while you’re there. Next up is the stunning Kolossi Castle. Dating from the middle ages, it boasts an impressive list of visitors, including, Richard the Lionheart. This former Crusader stronghold is located in a dramatic coastal setting near the city of Limassol. Once you’ve finished the castle tour, it’s on to the ancient city of Curium. A treasure house of history, you’ll take a seat in its 2,000-year old amphitheatre and travel back in time as your guide brings it all back to life. You’ll also make a stop at a village house for a traditional meze lunch. This full day tour includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers, lunch and wine tasting, entrance fees to Curium and the services of an English-speaking guide. If you only want to spend one day sightseeing, make it this one. Taking in three of Cyprus’ top attractions; Kolossi castle, the Cyprus Wine Museum and the ruins of the ancient city of Curium. Your first stop is the Erimi Wine Museum where you’ll learn the history of the island’s wines. Set out on a journey through centuries of Cyprus wine history. Ancient jars and vases, medieval dri Meeting/ Pick up point: Hotel Jivitesh Lobby, 11, Pusa Road, Opposite Metro Pillar 87, New Delhi (India). Duration: 3-4 hours.Start or opening time: 2pm.End or closing time: 6pm. Others: Dress standards are conservative throughout Asia, especially outside major cities. To respect this and for your own comfort, we strongly recommend modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the predominantly hot Asian climate.