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Classical Cyprus 4 Days Tour

Country: Cyprus
City: Nicosia
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Archaeological Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

Package Itinerary

DAY 1: ARRIVAL - NICOSIA

Arrive at Larnaca airport. Reach St. Lazarus church. Then we will reach Choirokitia and leave for Nicosia. We reach the capital for visiting St. John's cathedral and then continue for the panoramic view we will see the old city inside the Venetian walls the Famagusta Gate and the monument of liberty. We will walk in the old city and reach the hotel for check-in dinner and overnight.

DAY 2: NICOSIA SIGHTSEEING

Check out from the hotel in Nicosia to drive to Galata and visit the church of Podithou. Visit Ayios Nikolaos tis stegis and drive to Pedhoulas village for lunch. Drive to Kykko monastery and then reach Omodhos for the church of the holy cross and walk around. Leave for Limassol hotel, check-in dinner, and overnight.

DAY 3: KOLOSSI CASTLE

The first stop will be Kolossi castle and then the Curium Amphitheatre to see the Romans bath and early foundation of Christine basilica mosaics. Next stop to the birthplace of Aphrodite for photos. Then leave for Paphos town go for lunch and walk to Dionysos house. Next visit the Solomoni church. Last stop at the tombs of the kings and then drive to Limassol. We will reach our hotel, dinner, and overnight

DAY 4: DEPARTURE DAY WITH BREAKFAST

Check out from the hotel and leave for the airport.

MORE ABOUT NICOSIA:

The Cypriot capital of Nicosia is literally a tale of two halves. The southern half of Nicosia (also called Lefkosia) belongs to the Republic of Cyprus, while North Nicosia (also known as Lefkoşa) is the capital of the UN-unrecognized Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC).

Cyprus Museum
This exceedingly well-thought-out museum should be top of your things to-do list if you are interested in getting to grips with the ancient history of the island. Its extensive collection of artifacts swoops from the Neolithic period right up to the Byzantine era.

Venetian Fortifications
Nicosia's most defining features are its impressive Venetian walls, which encircle the old city. Although crumbling significantly, much of their original three-kilometer length is still in place.

Selimiye Mosque
The most recognizable landmark in North Nicosia, the Selimiye Mosque began life as the Church of Agia Sofia and was finished after a 78-year construction process in 1326. It has been a mosque since the 16th century when the Ottomans took control of the island.

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