A Tale Of Three Cities

Nicosia, Keryneia, Famagusta

Tale Of Three Cities

Not to be missed!

The tour takes us to the island’s divided capital, Nicosia, where we visit the Cathedral of Saint Ioannis (John). We than walk through the old city and give free time for shopping or refreshments.

We then cross over to the occupied areas of Nicosia and visit the old Turkish quarter.

We then go to the ageless city of Kyreneia where free time is given for sightseeing and lunch (optional).

We later continue our journey on to the fortified Venetian town of Famagusta where we will have a short guided tour and the opportunity to visit the Cathedral of Saint Nicolas.

The day ends with a drive along the fence of the ghost City of Ammochostos (Famagusta) before our return journey home.

Program may alter slightly during the winter months between November till March.


**Note (Please Enquire for private tour prior to paying deposit)**


8 hours (Plus journey time to and from)

Hotel Pick-ups:

Protaras between 7:30am – 7:45am
Ayia Napa between 8am – 8:15am
Larnaka between 8:30 – 8:45am

Your exact pick up time will be advised upon confirmation.


• Full day guided/escorted excursion
• Additional stops & free time

Not Included:

• Lunch

Age Restrictions and Pricing:

Please enquire for private tour price
Adult: +12 years old / Child: from 3 to 11 years old
Infant: max 2 years old Free (baby seat €20)

Dress Code/What to Bring:

Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes, bring a towel and Swimmers.

All indicated times are approximate and subject to change.
Itinerary of excursions is subject to change and without prior warning due to weather conditions.

Book your places now with just a deposit

Full Adult price €75 – Pay just €30 deposit now
Full Child price €55– Pay just €40 deposit now

Reminder of the money can be paid in cash to the driver on the day of your tour upon pick up.
Please include a contact number and your email address when booking so that we can email you back to confirm your pick up time!











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