The Northern Cyprus Turkish Republic is an ideal holiday route for those who want to make a weekend escape with their closeness as a destination, passport-free travel possibilities, affordable flights. In order to enjoy the long summer season, you can sunbathe on the beaches, visit the archaeological regions with history, try your luck in the casinos in Cyprus and enjoy the indispensable Mediterranean cuisine and fresh seafood.
Girne is a city that makes Cyprus fully live. Girne Castle, which smells of history on every corner; The best seafood restaurants and Girne harbor, witnessing spectacular scenery; Welcomes you to the Girne with its numerous streets for nightlife and the beautiful streets of a quiet life.
In Girne Castle, one of Cyprus’s most important museums, George Church and the Shipwreck Museum. The castle, which is about eight hundred years old, can also be used to play the Kırnı Tombs, the Mediterranean Tomb Excavations, the Venetian Tower built on the remains of the fortifications of the Early Byzantine period, the Luzinyan Tower and the cisterns and cisterns built during the Luzinian period to meet the water needs of the castle.
The 800-year-old has a much older population. The Grenoble, 2300 years old, belonging to the Hellenistic period. Milat The 12-meter section of the merchant vessel sinking at a mile off of Girne Harbor, the storm-ending cruiser that was first held in the open sea in 300 years,
In the restaurants around the harbor of Girne you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Mediterranean with fresh seafood accompaniment. Bars and casinos also attract entertainment enthusiasts in the port area where nightlife is as active as daytime. For those who want to stay in the city center of Girne, Colony Hotel is a good holiday hotel.
Nicosia is the only divided capital in the world in the middle of Cyprus Island. The United Nations Peacekeepers are located in the Middle East called Turks, the Greeks in the south, and the Green Zone. Because it belongs to Turks for many years, it is possible to encounter characteristic Turkish works in the city. The majority of the places to visit in Nicosia are built with Turkish and Islamic buildings.
Wherever you travel, the Barbarism Museum is for you, if you are interested in the events and events that have witnessed tarihe. The museum is a small house that witnessed the massacres of the Greek Cypriots in 1963-1964 and later turned into a museum.
For those who are interested in historical life in Cyprus, it is a good place to visit Dervish Paşa Mansion. This museum house, which was opened in 1988 as the Ethnographic Museum after being restored, is located in the Arabahmet neighborhood, which preserves the historical environment texture most intensely in the Nicosia city walls.
Selimiye Mosque, the biggest worship hall of the island, Built as Sophia Cathedral. Later, the Ottomans added a minaret to the building and turned the cathedral into a glass. Historical Great Han is one of the biggest hans in Cyprus and has an important architecture.
Famagusta city is located on the eastern shore of the island, between Poyraz (Greko) and Olive (Eloia) noses. It falls in the eastern part of Nicosia (Lefkosia). The deepest port of Cyprus is within the borders of the city.
Venetian Palace: The Venetian Palace, dating back to the 13th century, is a very historic building in Famagusta. The building, which was used as a royal palace at the time of its first construction, was used as a residence by the kings until 1369. It is very easy to get to the Venetian Palace because it is close to Namik Kemal Square in Famagusta.
Can Bulat Museum: Kilis Sancak Bey, who played an important role in the conquest of the Cyprus Island. This place where Turbine of Can Bulat is located is known as Can Bulat Tabyası. This spot where Sancakbeyi Can Bulat’s na is transformed into a museum in 1968. The museum is at the feet of the historic bridge, which opens immediately to the port of Magosa. The Can Bulat Museum has become one of the tourist attractions of Cyprus nowadays. Gazi Famagusta Cemetery is at the beginning of the festival
St. Barnabas Monastery: St. Mark’s Square, serving as Icon and Archaeological Museum. The Barnabas Monastery is the son of a Jewish family born in Salamis and who wants to spread Christianity. It was built in 477 to the point where the tomb of Barnabas is located. The historic monastery, serving as a museum, is the museum with the largest area of the region. The monastery is composed of a church and courtyards and old chambers surrounding the courtyard on three sides.
Namik Kemal Dungeon and Museum: The historical building in the courtyard of the Venetian Palace is known as the place where Namik Kemal was closed to the dungeon in 1873. The building that Namık Kemal spent his exile life was opened as a Namik Kemal Dungeon and Museum. The museum attracts a great deal of interest to visit Cyprus with the traces of Namık Kemal and its historical texture, and it should definitely take place among the places you should visit in Famagusta.