Dr. Nicos Mantas Plastic Surgery Cyprus
As an Internationally acclaimed plastic surgery destination, top cosmetic surgeons in Nicosia, Cyprus specialize in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery for men and women. The plastic surgery clinic of Dr. Nicos Mantas focuses on providing meticulous attention to detail, individualized and compassionate care, and exceptional surgical results in a warm and welcoming setting....
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What to See
Nicosia combines the colorful historic with the dazzle of a modern city. The heart of the city, enclosed by 16th century Venetian walls, is dotted with museums, ancient churches and medieval buildings. If you are eager to explore, begin sight-seeing in new Nicosia — deemed a contemporary, business and cultural center. You’ll find many places of interest, including Byzantine churches and monasteries, archaeological sites and charming villages.
What to Savor
Ready, set, eat! The classic Northern Cyprus menu combination of meze and kebabs is one choice you can’t go wrong with. Visit the famed Anibal restaurant at Saracoglu Meydina in North for a popular dinner. Another treat — visit Hamur on Ikinci Selim Cad, a 1930s house, the fires are lit during the winter for a cozy atmosphere.
Where to Stay
Located within easy reach of Nicosia’s city center, there are many options in the historic Old City and the business district for 5-star accommodations. Recommended: The Hilton Cyprus hotel is the ideal place to stay while you escape and unwind from the Mediterranean climate. Many hotels in Nicosia offer a choice of leisure facilities, including fitness center, squash courts and tennis courts. With city hotels, you are within walking distance of the main business nightlife venues cafes and shopping centers and equal proximity of museums ancient churches medieval buildings and galleries.