Averof Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

19 Averof Street, Ayios Andreas, PO Box 24225, Nicosia, Cyprus
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  • Solo75
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

From Ercan to Nicosia

by nuritza

I arriving to Ercan airport at midnight and i would like to know the best way to reach Nicosia. I would also be grateful if you could advise me about a hostel to spend 2 nights there.

Re: From Ercan to Nicosia

by george5b

At that time a taxi is your only option. It is best to order a taxi with a reliable agency to pick you up, to avoid being ripped off.

Re: From Ercan to Nicosia

by nuritza

Thank you for your answer. Yes, i made reservation with a taxi company called youngtaxi, 50YTL. I wrote different companies and up to 2 days ago this was the best price. Unfortunately, yesterday i got a better offer from another company, vioreltaxi, asking me for 40YTL!! So, this is the best price till now!!!

Re: From Ercan to Nicosia

by javac

You probably know that Ercan is the airport in the northern part of Cyprus. It is located just outside (North - occupied by turkish troops) Nicosia.
Nicosia is a divided city, so if you are planning to visit the southern (Greek) part of the city you need to pass through the Ayios Dometios (Kermiya) checkpoint. You may also walk to the south through Ledra Palace checkpoint or through the Ledra street (Lokmaci) checkpoint - for pedestrians only.

Travel Tips for Nicosia


by antistar

There were stray cats everywhere in Nicosia. They walked the medieval walls, they shaded under cars, and they revelled in the freedom of No Man's Land. Turkish Cats, Greek Cats, they all looked the same. They moved from one side to the other with impunity

if you are ill..

by erendilight

Ear- nose- throat specialist Ahmet Gulle.. a good doc. for any head problem.. Clinic number: +90 392 223 61 23, cell phone number +90 533 861 50 83.
address is Mehmet Akif Street, No: 101 Dereboyu / Nicosia the fish in my ear:))

As a friend of mine said when...

by STEFY_20

As a friend of mine said when you visit a country you should try to get in touch with its inhabitants not only see the museums and static attractions because a country isn't a big open air museum,so I let people who live there give tips.I only suggest to look very carefully around as there are a lot of interesting things to see. The people here resembles so much to my own people and even the art has so much in common that I felt at home.I saw hand-made work and for a moment I thought I was in my country.

see the Green Line

by tvdm

see the Green Line. Although it is a sad thing that it still exists, it is the only remnant left in the world of how a country can just be split in half - even through the capital! It is not dangerous to roam around the border, and you can cross over to the Turkish part for an afternoon. Be sure not to mess with the UN-soldiers, just in case!

Making Corek/Tsoureki (traditional Cyprus bread)

by exotique18

I put some pictures to show you how Cypriots cook corek (large Cypriot bread/bun). Mostly people living in villages have a special clay oven where they can cook such traditional breads and other pastries, including traditional dishes, such as Firin kebabi in Greek Kleftikos.
Corek/ Tsoureki is usually shaped in rectangular or round.
The ones look like pretzels are called Peksemet.They are harder than bread , more like biscottis.
I took these pictures, when my grandmom and mom were cooking Corek/Tsoureki couple years ago.


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Address: 19 Averof Street, Ayios Andreas, PO Box 24225, Nicosia, Cyprus