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FAQ about travel to North Cyprus

What is the general information about travel to North Cyprus? If you intend to visit North Cyprus for travel, business, among other purposes, this piece offers you valuable guides. Provided that they meet the travel and immigration requirements and are not deemed ineligible to enter the country, foreign visitors to North Cyprus may be issued a visa for up to 90 days, according to the purpose of visit and...

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What is North Cyprus famous for?

What are the famous attractions across North Cyprus? Cyprus is located between 30.33 and 35.41 degrees latitude and 32.23 and 34.55 degrees longitude. North Cyprus covers 3,355 square kilometers. Turkey is 65 kilometers north, Syria is 112 kilometers, Israel is 267 kilometers, and Lebanon is 162 kilometers east; Southern Cyprus is 418 kilometers south, and Greece is 965 kilometers west of...

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How affluent is North Cyprus?

Is North Cyprus an affluent country? North Cyprus covers 3355 square kilometers, about one-third of the entire Cyprus island, encompassing approximately half of the island's coastline. Irrigation is used on 20% of the 45 percent of fertile land that can be grown. In all, 20% of then part of the island is wooded, and an active afforestation initiative is ongoing. There are many little countries in...

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How rich and developed is Cyprus?

How rich and developed is Cyprus, a small Mediterranean country? Cyprus is an island country in the Mediterranean Sea, with a population of 1.2 million, just south of Turkey. 60 percent of the island's southern section is controlled by the Republic of Cyprus, the country's only internationally recognized government and a member of the European Union. The northern part is controlled by the Turkish...

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Can you visit Varosha (Maraş) North Cyprus?

What do you know about Varosha (Maraş) North Cyprus? Varosha, once a jewel on Cyprus's golden east coast, is now a ghost town. Varosha (Maraş) is the southern half of Famagusta, a de jure Cyprus region now held by Northern Cyprus. Varosha has a total area of 6.19 km. Varosha got its name from the Turkish word varoş, which means 'suburb' in Turkish. Famagusta's walled city was once a valuable and...

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Why North Cyprus is a must-visit destination

Reasons why North Cyprus is a must-visit destination in spring North Cyprus has a lengthy and fascinating history. Across the cities of Kyrenia, Famagusta, İskele, Nicosia, and the Karpaz Peninsula, there are numerous historical and intriguing places to explore, and guided tours are offered for a more educational visit. North Cyprus lies in the northeastern part of the island of Cyprus. Although the...

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Opening a bank account in North Cyprus

How to open a bank account in North Cyprus North Cyprus' banking system is based on the Turkish model. The local Central Bank is the regulator, and commercial banks, mostly Turkish (or joint) financial institutions, and international bank branches follow its directions. Opening a bank account in Northern Cyprus is not complicated, all you need is a Passport and Residence Visa. On our part, we offer you...

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What are the reasons to live in North Cyprus?

The fascinating experience of living in North Cyprus Many people choose to live in harmony with nature in order to live a natural existence free of the noise and pollution that city life brings. The majority of people purchase a home as an investment. In terms of real estate investment, North Cyprus is a significant country. North Cyprus is a popular place to reside since it offers good financial...

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The charming city of Famagusta North Cyprus

Famagusta (Gazimağusa) ancient city in North Cyprus In North Cyprus's tourism league table, the lovely city of Famagusta is second only to Girne. Like Girne, Famagusta has a charming old town encircled by crumbling Venetian walls, a remnant of its important location facing the Middle East. Its shops, restaurants, and cafés weave in and out of the beautiful ruins of churches that were burned or damaged...

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Some interesting facts about visiting North Cyprus

Some interesting facts about North Cyprus For many tourists, entering North Cyprus is like traveling back in time. The crowded resorts, shops, and famous international brands of the south have been replaced with rural villages and a slower pace of life – or, as the local tourist board puts it, "the Mediterranean as it used to be." The island of Cyprus is a fascinating place to visit for vacation,...

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