Cyprus’ diminutive size is greatly disproportionate to the wealth of treasures that you will discover during your visit to its capital. Dating back to the Bronze Age, Nicosia is perhaps the only area of Cyprus that has been continuously inhabited since the Chalcolithic Era (3000 B.C until present day), with its first inhabitants settling in the fertile Mesaoria Valley. […]
Centrally located on the island, Nicosia serves as the administrative, political, financial and cultural capital of Cyprus. The country’s most important museum is here, with its impressive archaeological collection, while with more than fifteen museums, Nicosia has something for every taste. The Old City with its rounding start-shaped fortifications is a labyrinth if narrow streets, teaming with churches, mosques and beautiful, often dilapidated colonial houses.
Not many European capitals have their own vineyards and wineries; Nicosia though is one of the few and, admittedly, our...
Nicosia has a rich and diverse nightlife with various different bars, which can accommodate all tastes. Unwinding after long day...
Throughout the centuries, architectural styles change, depending on the cultural, environmental, and technological influences of each historical period. In Nicosia...