Dreaming about flying from London to the sunny beaches of Paphos? Check out our handy guide and get to know more about this Cypriot paradise before you fly.
Stansted Airport Overview
When you book your cheap flights from London to Paphos you’ll be flying from London Stansted Airport. To get to Stansted Airport from central London, there are many modes of transport to choose from. If travelling by car, you’ll find Stansted Airport is located around 68 km from central London, just off the M11 motorway. National Express coaches run 24 hours a day and have 15 pick-up points around central London. For a more direct route, take the Stansted Express which runs every 15 minutes and takes only 45 minutes from London Liverpool Street.
When you arrive in Stansted Airport, you’ll find a good selection of shops and restaurants on the other side of security where you can relax before your flights from London to Paphos.
Paphos Airport Overview
Paphos International Airport is the second largest airport in Cyprus and handles over two and a half million passengers every year. When you arrive after your cheap flights to Paphos from London, you can choose between taxis, buses and car rental to take you to your destination. The average fare from the airport to city centre via taxi costs roughly around €35 and takes around 20 minutes. Two bus routes running to/from the airport. Prefer to rent a car? Check out Ryanair Car Hire for great deals in Paphos.
What to Expect on arrival at Paphos?
When you fly London to Paphos you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding what to see and do. Must-see attractions include The Tomb of the Kings, a large necropolis lying about two kilometres north of Paphos which is a recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Paphos Castle is another great spot to grab a selfie, so too are the Baths of Aphrodite, where the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite is said to have bathed.
Five fun facts about Paphos
From London to Paphos: Practical Information
The following is some practical information you should know before you book your London to Paphos flights.
When travelling to Paphos in summer, pack plenty of sun cream and leave the layers at home - summer weather is generally hot and humid.
August is the hottest month, with temperatures climbing to around 26C
January is the coldest month, temperatures remain mild however, you can expect averages of 13C
The wettest month is December with an average rainfall of 93.9mm.
You’ll need to change currency from sterling to euros before you travel
After you’ve booked your London to Paphos flights, check out Ryanair Rooms for an excellent choice of accommodation in Paphos and to save you money on your next Ryanair flight.