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Stelios

Nicosia's Guidebook

Athalassas National Park
Athalassa National Forest Park is an oasis of greenery set across an area of 840 hectares, with many endemic, indigenous and adventive trees, shrubs and herbs. Its network of trails - covering 20 kilometres - makes it a popular place for running, cycling, walking and dog walking (on a designated pathway). The Botanical Gardens are open daily and are free of charge to visit, whilst the grounds of the park also incorporate a Visitor’s Centre that provides information about the environmental features of the park. A scale model replica of the park shows its basic natural features, vegetation and recreational facilities, whilst dioramas give three-dimensional representations of the area’s vegetation, birds, mammals and reptiles.
Athalassa National Forest Park
Art Gallery
The original collection comprises three units: the Paris Collection, representing significant European artists from the 17th to the 20th century; the Greek Collection, with artists from the 19th and 20th centuries; and the Cyprus Collection, with the first generation of Cypriot artists, born between 1884 and 1930.
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Leventis Art Gallery
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The original collection comprises three units: the Paris Collection, representing significant European artists from the 17th to the 20th century; the Greek Collection, with artists from the 19th and 20th centuries; and the Cyprus Collection, with the first generation of Cypriot artists, born between 1884 and 1930.
Shopping Mall
The Mall of Cyprus merges the world’s most desirable brands, shopping convenience and leisure in a superb setting with an attractive mix of retail stores and international and local brands such as Debenhams, Zara, Benetton, Topshop, Public, Intersport, Sklavenitis, Starbucks, TGI Fridays, McDonalds, K-Cineplex as well as an organized food court with cafes, restaurants and lots more… The Mall of Cyprus is located at the Shacolas Emporium Park, a modern shopping complex in Nicosia, close to Limassol and Larnaca motorways with easy access from all cities, airports and ports of Cyprus. With 5.5 million visitors per year, The Mall of Cyprus is the top retail and entertainment destination in Cyprus.
The Mall of Cyprus merges the world’s most desirable brands, shopping convenience and leisure in a superb setting with an attractive mix of retail stores and international and local brands such as Debenhams, Zara, Benetton, Topshop, Public, Intersport, Sklavenitis, Starbucks, TGI Fridays, McDonalds, K-Cineplex as well as an organized food court with cafes, restaurants and lots more… The Mall of Cyprus is located at the Shacolas Emporium Park, a modern shopping complex in Nicosia, close to Limassol and Larnaca motorways with easy access from all cities, airports and ports of Cyprus. With 5.5 million visitors per year, The Mall of Cyprus is the top retail and entertainment destination in Cyprus.
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The Mall Of Cyprus
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The Mall of Cyprus merges the world’s most desirable brands, shopping convenience and leisure in a superb setting with an attractive mix of retail stores and international and local brands such as Debenhams, Zara, Benetton, Topshop, Public, Intersport, Sklavenitis, Starbucks, TGI Fridays, McDonalds, K-Cineplex as well as an organized food court with cafes, restaurants and lots more… The Mall of Cyprus is located at the Shacolas Emporium Park, a modern shopping complex in Nicosia, close to Limassol and Larnaca motorways with easy access from all cities, airports and ports of Cyprus. With 5.5 million visitors per year, The Mall of Cyprus is the top retail and entertainment destination in Cyprus.
Sightseeing
Laiki Geitonia is a traditional neighbourhood inside the city walls. Houses have been restored to remind the traditional, old Nicosia. It is a pedestrianised area with buildings date from the 18the century and a combination of residential houses, art shops and tavernas.
Laiki Gitonia
Laiki Geitonia is a traditional neighbourhood inside the city walls. Houses have been restored to remind the traditional, old Nicosia. It is a pedestrianised area with buildings date from the 18the century and a combination of residential houses, art shops and tavernas.