The first stop is in the village of Lefkara, located on the southern slopes of the Troodos Mountains. It is famous for lace known as "lefkaritika", as well as for silver handicrafts. It has beautiful views and interesting architecture of local houses. There you will have time to visit a traditional silver handicraft store.
After visiting the historical capital of Lefkosia (Nicosia), we will visit:
Archbishop's Palace
Built in the early 1950s where there were many fights during the 1974 invasion, when it was almost completely destroyed. Rebuilt in the eighties, the Archbishop's Palace is once again a great building, especially to see the bust of Archbishop Kyprianos outside, a religious leader executed by the Turks in the 1820s.
St. Patrick's Cathedral Jana (Ayios Ioannis)
Was built in 1665 in the courtyard of the archbishop's palace. Look for eighteenth-century wall paintings illustrating important moments in Cypriot religious history and depicting the tomb of St. Barnaby.
Laiki Geitonia (shopping) - traditional neighborhood houses with narrow winding streets and handicraft stores. It is a very popular area for both residents and tourists, as well as many cafes and restaurants, free time. In the afternoon you will have time to shop on Ledras street or at the Nicosia shopping center (depending on your choice). The most lively part of the old town with narrow streets, boutiques.