Cyprus is now ready to welcome travellers from various countries. Having successfully dealt with the Covid-19 epidemic, we are glad to let you know, that you can explore our beautiful island once again.
Below you can find the countries of origin divided into two categories, A and B, based on the internationally available epidemiological data. The list of countries in each category will be reviewed and reevaluated o... Read more
In the world of so-called global citizens, one of the key considerations is to have a second passport. The saying goes that you had no choice about where you were born, but you can certainly choose where you are going to live. This is particularly so when it comes to high net worth individuals. That category breaks down into: billionaires, centa-millionaires ($ 100 M+),... Read more
Holidays under the sun are undeniably inspiring for many holidaymakers, and there’s a lot to look forward to when flying off to foreign shores. However, how safe is the holiday destination? Right before the Covid-19 outbreak in Europe, a French travel cover company rated Cyprus the fifth safest country to go to in 2020. Adding that Cyprus continues to be hailed as one of the top-performing countries in Europe in handling the COVID-19 outbreak, we suspect that rating m... Read more
EU passports are among the most coveted passports in the world. What do we mean by that? It’s simple. EU citizens can enter 153 countries without a visa, making an EU passport one of the most desirable travel documents around.
As far as advantages of EU citizenship, there are many, including international mobility, unlimited working rights in the EU and, in most cases, transfer of your EU citizenship onto your child... Read more
Larnaca is looking forward to a bumper 2020 as the
town expects to see its fair share of new developments as several luxury
high-rise projects, hotels and a shopping mall are being built by local and
Larnaca is expecting a record number of tourist
arrivals and hotel bookings this summer with more new hotels springing up.
percent year-on-year increase in the number of property sales in Cyprus during
2019 was attributable to Cypriots and EU citizens, while the number of sales to
non-EU citizens remained stable.
FIGURES released by the Department of Lands & Surveys earlier today show that the 12% year-on-year rise in Cyprus property sales can be attributed almost solely to the domestic (Cypriot) and the overseas EU m... Read more