Limassol is the second biggest city (after the metropolis, Nicosia) of Cyprus. After the Turkish take over in 1974, it has turned into the main sea harbor and has also grown into a notable tourist destination.
Still familiar to most as Limassol, Lemesos is one of Cyprus’ most underestimated cities. In spite of been trimmed on its eastern border by an excess amount of boring-looking expansions with its eye securely on the tourism business, the center of this city is packed with personality. Encased around the small castle, the chief ancient town emits out in a twist of lanes where old closed homes and current shops both compress themselves into the strain. It’s a district bustling with cafes, bars and restaurants that are as famous with natives as they are with tourists.
This is Cyprus’ global business hub and, in spite of the economic issues of current years, there’s again a feeling of hope in the atmosphere. The building of the long-prepared extravagant dock alongside the ancient port is still straining along, and tougher parts of town are being labelled for a renovation. For tourists searching for a holiday that takes in more than sun and sea, Lemesos is at the very soul of one of the island’s wealthiest regions for touring. Establishing yourself here puts you in a simple striking distance to a few of Cyprus’ top ancient remains, and the green mountains of the Troödos district are conveniently close by.
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