The Larnaca International Airport is the gateway to Cyprus. As the island nation's largest and most active airport, you can expect that many people aren't just there to see Larnaca.
That being said you certainly won't be disappointed by the surroundings. Situated on the island's southern coast, Larnaca offers great views of the Mediterranean, along with interesting sites like the Larnaca Fort and the Byzantine Museum.
A trip to the Cypriot capital of Nicosia may also be in order. It doesn't have the sea and the sun on the Mediterranean coast, but Nicosia is a fascinating look at a "divided" capital. The Greek and Turkish communities are separated, offering tourists a chance to experience both cultures. The old city of Nicosia is delineated with Venetian walls that have been in place since the 16th century.
Once your flight lands in Larnaca International Airport (LCA) use car rental or taxi options found in the airport, to make your way to your destination.
Intricate mosques, like the Byraktar and Omeriye, lie on the southern Greek portion of Nicosia's split. You'll also find the highly informative Cyprus Museum, founded in 1888, along with the brand new AG Leventis Art Gallery in the city center.
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