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Travel to Cyprus?

Cyprus receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country


CurrencyEuro * CapitalNicosia * Population: 1,215,312 * Calling code+357

Buying a SIM card in Cyprus

Local SIM Cards:  The main mobile operators in Cyprus are CYTA, PrimeTel, and MTN.

SIM cards can be purchased at the airport upon arrival or at any mobile operator’s store throughout the country. Most of mobile operators offer prepaid SIM cards with various data and call packages to choose from. On average, a SIM card in Cyprus costs around €10–€15 and includes a certain amount of data and call minutes. You need a valid passport or ID card for registration.


When purchasing a sim card, it is recommended to avoid buying an expensive one at the airport or in the last minute, as prices tend to be higher and you may be limited in your options.  Travel to cyprus? 

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The electrical plugs in Cyprus are Type C and F, which are the European standard. The standard voltage in Cyprus is 230V and the standard frequency is 50Hz. Buy it now.

Cyprus Tourism

Cyprus has been a crossroads between continents and civilizations for millenia. The allure of its ivory-white beaches, glinting blue seas, pine forests and historically strategic location have drawn countless powers, from Egyptians and Persians to Romans and Venetians. The capital of Nicosia, through which the dividing ‘Green Line’ runs, exhibits a rich and absorbing history. Enter the Greek side through the ancient Famagusta Gate, as the Venetians did before they built the enormous fortified walls that still encircle the city. On the Turkish side, explore the thriving art markets of Buyak Han, and the wonderfully all-embracing Selimiye Mosque, with its mix of Gothic and Ottoman architecture. In the west, the ancient city of Paphos captivates visitors with its intricate floor mosaics in the superb Kato Paphos Archaeological Park, while in the south, Limassol buzzes with cafés, bars and restaurants amidst historic ramparts. The roads that lead to these historic cities meet in the most dramatic of locations. The Troodos mountains are packed with hiking trails, wildlife and lonely Byzantine churches, famed for their fresco-filled interiors. In Northern Cyprus, the slow pace of life is best appreciated in Kyrenia’s horseshoe-shaped Old Harbour, or the isolated castle ruins of St. Hilarion. No matter which half of the island you find yourself in, a warm welcome and relaxed yet vibrant culture is always guaranteed.

 

According to data from 2019, there were approximately 500 hotels in Cyprus. The average price for a hotel room in Cyprus ranges from €50-€150 per night, depending on the location and the time of year.

The main airline that operates in Cyprus is Cyprus Airways, with flights to destinations across Europe. Other airlines that fly to Cyprus include Ryanair, EasyJet, and Pegasus Airlines.

Hotels in Cyprus



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