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Tourist Visa to Cyprus 

IMPORTANT FACTS

Capital : Nicosia

 

Currency : Euro 

Dialing Code : +357

 

 Embassy address : Green Lanka Towers, 8th Floor
46/46, Nawam Mawatha
Colombo 2
Sri Lanka

Contact number :  +94 112 302 533

Websitehttps://www.embassypages.com/cyprus-consulate-colombo-srilanka

Cyprus, with its rocky mountains and lovely farmland, is the calmest spot on the planet. It is also a safe sanctuary for immigrants from all around the world. The warmth of the natives is amazing.

 

The wonderful weather is one of the prime reasons to visit Cyprus. Summers on the island are warm and dry, making them ideal for relaxing on the island's numerous beaches. Even in winter, the weather is mild in comparison to the rest of Europe.

 

Cypriot cuisine is well-known around the globe, particularly halloumi cheese, which is one of the most renowned local specialties. It's prepared from a combination of goat and cow's milk and tastes greatly grilled. In Cyprus, you may also discover world-class mezze, kebabs, olives, hummus, and calamari.

 

Cyprus has a remarkable and distinct history and culture. The island is split into two halves: the southern Greek side and the northern Turkish side. It was a part of the Byzantine and Ottoman empires, and as a result, it possesses a rich cultural past.

 

Cyprus boasts a fantastic selection of sandy beaches. Coral Bay is ideal for families searching for secure swimming spots, and it also offers a variety of watersports and family activities. Aphrodite's Rock and Beach in Paphos is the origin of love. According to tradition, the goddess of love herself sprang from the waters here.

 

Sri Lankan passport holders require a visa to enter Cyprus.

10 best places to visit in Cyprus   :

  1. Paphos

  2. Larnaca

  3. Limassol

  4. Nicosia

  5. Ayia Napa

  6. Protaras

  7. Troodos Mountains

  8. Church of Saint Lazarus

  9. Finikoudes

  10. Municipal Museum of Natural History

 

Applying  for a Visitor visa to  Cyprus  :

 

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