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Cyprus! An island full of history and diverse culture, and full of wonderful experiences just waiting to be enjoyed.

Whatever the season, Cyprus provides ample opportunity to experience something new, interesting and exciting, including activities, events, customs and places that are unique and special to the island.

Be part of an amazing group of people and discover Cyprus with our team as your guide. As part of our training course we step outside the classroom to provide you with an extraordinary island wide experience.

Warm hospitality

Cyprus and the Cypriot people are renowned for their generous and friendly treatment, reception and entertainment of visitors and guests.


Cyprus has formed a distinct mosaic of flavours affected by its geographical position and the gastronomic influences of the conquerors which passed from the island.

Wine tasting

As the legend has it one of the reasons King Richard I the Lionheart conquered Cyprus was for its wine production and especially the world renowned sweet wine of Commandaria.

Rich cultural heritage

The History and Culture of Cyprus are among the oldest in the world. It is home to three World Heritage Sites and under consideration for several more.


The island is home to numerous attractions, from medieval castles to archaeological sites to beautiful traditional villages, churches and monasteries.


The first signs of civilization traced in archaeological excavations and research date back 9,000 years and literally under every stone, you will find a fascinating story.

Sun and Sea

What better words to describe Cyprus! The island enjoys a minimum of 300 days of sunshine per year and the climate is considered to be one of the healthiest in the world.


Cyprus is the proud recipient of more than 60 Blue Flag beaches and is crowned 'Cleanest Bathing Waters in Europe,' with a consistent 100% score, year after year.

Boat cruises

An ideal way to experience the sun and the sea, visit shipwrecks with bottom glass boats and afternoon excursions to view the sunset.


We put together for you the best activities which the island has to offer. Whether you are an adventure seeker or in a relaxing mode, the options are endless.

Nature Walks

The great outdoors of the island is easily accessible. Thanks to the numerous mountain paths and nature trails, it offers many opportunities to take a journey through nature, history, and culture.


With a favourable climate all year round, cycling through the last divided city in Europe - Nicosia and exploring its medieval walls with or without a tour guide is a unique journey through history and culture.

Useful Information for Cyprus and Nicosia

Airport and Transfers

The legal points of entry to the Republic of Cyprus are Larnaka International Airport (LCA) and Pafos International Airport (PFO).


Before departing from your destination, you must complete the Cyprus Flight Pass (https://cyprusflightpass.gov.cy/) 24 hours prior to your departure.
Additionally, you need to have a negative RT-PCR test. If you are not able to do this please check the link here https://cyprusflightpass.gov.cy/en/passengers-eligible-for-a-test to see if you meet the requirements to undergo the test for COVID-19 upon your arrival in Cyprus.


Shuttle Bus Services
The Shuttle Buses run to and from Larnaca International Airport & Nicosia and the cost is €8 each way. The timetables from Larnaka Airport to Nicosia can be found on the following link www.kapnosairportshuttle.com/
It is recommended to reserve your seat in advance. Booking online is possible by using the following link: http://www.kapnosairportshuttle.com/book?locale=en.
For further information, you can visit the official website at http://www.kapnosairportshuttle.com/.
Please note that travellers have to be at the Shuttle Bus Station at least 15 minutes before the departure of the bus. The distance between Larnaca Airport and Nicosia, is approximately 45 minutes and should be taken into account when planning transportation.


Arriving at the Airport:
The Shuttle Bus will transfer passengers to the Central Shuttle Bus Station in Nicosia. Participants will have to take a taxi from there, to transfer them to their Hotel. The taxi drive will approximately cost €10-€15 depending on the time of the day.


Departing from the Hotel: 
A taxi can transfer participants at the Central Shuttle Bus Station and from there they can take the Shuttle Bus to the Airport. Passengers will have to be at the airport at least 1.5 hours before their flight. As mentioned above, the distance between Nicosia and Larnaca Airport, is approximately 45 minutes and should be taken into account when planning transportation.

Travelling from Nicosia to other cities

Travelling by Bus
Travelling to the other main cities of Cyprus like Larnaca, Limassol, Ayia Napa, Protaras, Pafos – can be done by “Intercity Buses”. The cost is approximately €5 (e.g. One Way Route from Nicosia to Limassol). The official website of the Intercity Buses Transportation is http://www.intercity-buses.com/.
Another useful link is: https://www.cyprusbybus.com/
For more information for travelling within Nicosia, you can download the mobile app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.geomatic.osel&hl=en&gl=US

General Information About Cyprus

Local Time: Cyprus Time is GMT +2.
Currency:  The currency of Cyprus is the Euro.
Currency Exchange: All banks operating in Cyprus offer foreign currency exchange services and quote the exchange rates of the Euro against all major foreign currencies daily. Foreign currency can also be exchanged at hotels.
ATMs and Credit Cards: All major banks in Cyprus have automatic teller machines (ATMs) in most towns and in the majority of the large villages. All major credit cards are accepted almost everywhere.
Electricity supply: The electricity supply in Cyprus is 230 volts, a.c. 50 Hz. Sockets are usually 13 amp, with 3-pin plugs, with square pins. Many hotels provide adaptors upon request from the reception.
Smoking: Smoking is prohibited in all indoor public places and night clubs.
Opening hours:  Shop opening times vary depending on their type and location, though shops normally open between 07:00 and 09:00 and close at around 18:30 and 20:00.
All Banks are open on workdays (Monday to Friday) usually between 08.00 and 14.30. From October to April there are a number of Banks which are also open on Monday afternoon between 15.15 and 16.45 (i.e. Hellenic, COOPs). Banks are closed on weekends and public holidays.
Restaurants and cafes have varying opening hours, but lunch is most often served between 12:00 and 15:00. Dinner is served from 19:00 until late in the evening.
Driving Side: Driving is on the left-hand side of the road. All the international road traffic signs are in use and placed on the left-hand side of roads and highways. On roundabouts, priority is given to the right side.
Emergency Number: Call 112, the EU-wide emergency number for police, fire department and ambulance.
Dial Code for Cyprus: +357
Telephone Directory Assistance: 11892, 11822, 11800, 11833, 11811.
Information about Cyprus: Cyprus Tourism Organization:  http://www.visitcyprus.com