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Cyprus Sightseeing

Cyprus Sightseeing

Nicosia combines the diverse cultural and historic wealth with the modern business center and everyday life. It is the home of the most important museums of the island; the Archeological Museum, the Byzantine Museum, Folk Art Museum, The Museum of Struggle and Levendis Municipality Museum. Musical and theatrical events are often organized at the various theatrical stages of the city for the demanding lovers of Performance and Art. A visitor should definitely visit Ledra Street which constitutes a historical monument itself. This traditional busiest shopping street leads to narrow streets with art-cafes and bars that attract both locals and tourists.

Limassol is a bustling holiday resort with high standard accommodation, activities and entertainment spots, carefree holiday atmosphere, wide seafront promenade and bustling little shopping streets that are matched by the lively and friendly character of its people. The people of Lemesos have a fun-loving reputation and are very proud to host and stage some of the island’s best known festivals. Not surprisingly the nightlife is varied with all sorts of taverns, clubs and discos. During the summer locals and visitors can enjoy a concert under the stars in the Greco-Roman theatre of Kourion.

Larnaca is“Gateway of the Republic of Cyprus”, makes it a perfect starting point from which to explore Cyprus. Larnaca region is known for sports and recreation activities, cultural events, religious tourism, authentic Cyprus taverns and villages offering agro tourism opportunities.

Famagusta is Popular destination for the sea lovers, with white sand beaches, crystal blue tranquil waters, vibrant nightlife, high standard hotels and services.

Pafos Harmonious combination of historical sites, wonderful countryside culture and contemporary life. Apart all the historic and natural beauty sides that a visitor can explore and admire, Pafos hosts numerous summer festivals in the romantic setting of the medieval castle for the lovers of classical opera as well as a plethora of entertainment spots, part of the town’s modern nightlife for the party lovers.

Troodos Mountains offers an alternate view of the island. A paradise for birdwatchers, botanists, geologists, ramblers, bikers, skiers, photographers and nature lovers. The visitors may spot a Cyprus mouflon, a species of wild mountain sheep with thick sinuous horns, unique to the island and used as a symbol to the island’s national carrier. Birdwatchers may even spot the rare and protected eagles or the colorful hoopoe with pink body, black and white crest and a call which can be heard from miles around.

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