Allegra Gsp Sport Center

GSP Stadium, P.O.Box: 23626, Nicosia, 1685, Cyprus
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flying out of ercan

by kinsley12

i live in south cyprus, in nicosia, but i want to take a holiday to turkey. it is cheaper to fly out of and then back into north cyprus, but im not sure of the regulations. is this allowed? will they stamp my passport when i come back? (im a citizen of the USA, not Cyprus).

RE: flying out of ercan

by george5b


1) When you go to Kermia/Metehan, fill out the usual white slip.
2) When you fly out of Ercan, they will then stamp the slip instead of the passport.
3) Take an extra blank visa slip with you on your trip and turn that over to the border guard when coming back to Ercan. That way there shouldn't be a problem with a NC-stamp in your passport.

As for the legality (Republic's view) of this trip : No, unfortunately it's not legal, if you aren't an EU-citizen. But as you are American they aren't likely to fine you either.



Travel Tips for Nicosia

Avoid Nicosia in the summer

by Loubna

If you are thinking of visiting Nicosia then avoid the months of July and August. As the town is in the valley between two mountain ranges it becomes an oven. As an example during that time of the year it can easily be around 36 degrees at 9.00am in the morning and 40 something in the afternoon. Most locals would leave Nicosia during the weekend. It is nearly impossible to be outside between 11.00 and 16.00. So to make the most of your time here, try to visit in May/early June or September/October

Nicosia is an ancient city. ...


Nicosia is an ancient city. It is well worth the time to spend exloring it. A deep moat surrounds the old city and it is there that I used to play field hockey and football(the real game where you kick the ball with your feet, hence the name 'football'. I made many friends in Nicosia among both the Greeks and Turks. They are really delightful people and it is a great tragedy that they have been unable to resolve their differences. In Nicosia a visit to Metaxas Square is worthwhile if only to study the architecture and cafe's. Of course it is a long while since I last saw Cyprus but I remember well sitting in an outdoor cafe sipping commanderia which is a desset wine and a speciality of Cyprus. As a British soldier I was stationed in Cyprus and after the Egyptian desert it was as if I had died and gone to heaven. A bus trip from Nicosia to Famagusta will take you through miles and miles of some of the finest vineyards you will ever hope to see. When you arrive in Famagusta be sure to visit the Cathedral where Richard the Lion Heart was married. If you lift up the rugs on the floor (it is now a mosque) you will see the names of some of the Crusaders. The beaches are great and by now I'm sure that there are many hotels to stay at. One of my memories of Cyprus is that of sitting in an outdoor cinema eating one of the largest oranges I have ever seen. Cyprus is rich in the type of fruits it produces, among them are oranges, lemons, grapefruit,apricots and many other delectable items. In the bars and restaurants they have a delightful habit of serving you food when you order a drink. Cypriots think it necessary to eat if you are going to drink alcohol. Some of the best brandy I have ever tasted is made in Cyprus. Must be the grapes. Should you visit Troodos Mountain, on the way is a lovely little village called Kocapatria. I stayed there one night many years ago on my way to a ski camp. Incidentally, I learned to ski in Cyprus. The best time to visit is in the Spring or Autumn of the year. It can be extremely hot in the Summer. I would like to go back to Cyprus if only to show my wife many of the wonderful places I was familiar with. Larnacca is a lovely place and there is a wonderful monastery called Bellapaise (I think that's how it is spelt). The archeological sites are of course a must. Should you go, I'm sure that you would not be disappointed.

water pipe, chicha, hookah, narguileh...

by carolerica

I love smoking the I love smoking the water pipe (chicha, hookah, narguileh, hobely-bubbely... call it what you want) and found a great place in the old city, by the place going under the name of Tony's B&B (look in the lonely planet for exact location). I
t's full of Lebanese and Egyptian people, have arabic music in the back groung... You can either sit inside, or outside... real nice in the evening...
Unfortunately, they are only pen in the evening...

Here Comes The Bride

by cheekymarieh

In June 2001 I was fortunate enough to have a trip over to Cyprus to attend my friend's wedding in the centre of Nicosia. It was a traditional Orthodox wedding followed by a reception in the grounds of the church and later a hotel reception for close friends and family. It was an amazing sight.

The main thing about Cyprus in...

by Loubna

The main thing about Cyprus in general is how trustworthy the cypriots are, you can see everywhere people leaving their key in the ignition when popping in the shops, front doors open etc... I am sure there are more that I will discover as time goes by....


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Address: GSP Stadium, P.O.Box: 23626, Nicosia, 1685, Cyprus