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As we were only two people who showed up at the the tourist information, we had a private tour with a very nice guide, who took us through the city historically and geographically.
We went along the waterfront, through the old city, to the st....More
I had three walking tour organized by Nicosia Tourism Organizations, the tour were all well organized and a very interesting way to explore the city, expecially outside the center so places that probably a tourist will never discover by himself.
The tours are free. The guides are very knowledgeable and speak excellent english. It was hot when I went but the guide made a point of stopping in the shade to tell us about the sites we visited. Take water, wear comfortable shoes and take...More
Having lived and worked in cyprus for some years, i decided to become a tourist to enjoy a day learning about bits of nicosia i may have missed.
Whilst it is an interesting walk delivered at a slow pace (so no need to worry if...More
We have done both Thursday Nicosia Old Town (City Centre) and Monday Kaimakli Neighborhood tours with guide Christina. The tours are organized by Cyprus Tourist Organisation and free of charge. Christina had a very good command of English and a vast knowledge of Cyprus and...More
It was World Tourism Day on Saturday 10 October '15. Several tours were being run for free from the Famagusta Gate - including cycling, red train, minibus and of course, the free walking tours starting at 11 am and 3 pm. We are free walking...More
I went on the Nicosia walking tour run by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation. It was free and left from the Tourism Office in Laiki Yeitonia.
The walk was at a great pace. It went for over 2.5 hours (including coffee break), so I saw many...More