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The entrance fees remain the same as in 2018
The Nicosia municipal swimming pool will start operating daily from 20th May until mid-September, from 10am until 7pm, the Cypriot municipality announced. The entrance fees remain the same as in 2018. Daily charges are 6 euros for adults, 5 euros for students, soldiers and minors while children up to 5 years old can enter free of charge. There are special offers for families and groups. The price for sunbed is 2 euros.
Seasonal fees are 55 euros for students, soldiers and individuals younger than 18 and 85 euros for adults. Couples with more than two children are offered reduced fees. From 3 June until the end of the summer season, free water-aerobics lessons will be offered to those who have purchased a seasonal ticket, from 8am to 9am, Monday to Friday. Parking outside the swimming pool is free for pool clients in the designated areas.
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