Surrounded by Many Attractions
The best of Nicosia is right at your doorstep. Almond Business Hotel offers convenient access to the city’s main attractions, in addition to embassies, consulates, government offices, and the presidential house
Whether you’re here for business or leisure, you’ll appreciate the ease of exploring Nicosia from our hotel’s central location. From historical landmarks to cultural institutions, parks, shopping centers, and restaurants, our guests can enjoy everything the city has to offer within walking distance or a short drive.
Opened in 2014, the Leventis Gallery houses a collection of over 800 paintings from Cypriot, Greek and European artists. A must visit for every art lover. Opening time: 10:00 - 22:00.
A distinct museum tracing the island's history with a considerable collection of artifacts dated from the Neolithic period to the Byzantine era. Opening time: Tuesday - Friday: 08:00-18:00. Saturday: 09:00-17:00. Sunday: 10:00-13:00.
A historic jewel in the heart of Nicosia's old town is located in Tilliria 8, next to many other historical monuments. Hamam Omerye offers an authentic and luxurious experience that makes their daily bath a significant affair!
The museum was created by motorcycle collector Andreas Nicolaou. The collection comprises more than 150 pieces, with motorcycles dated between 1914 - 1983, including AJS, MV Agusta, Matchless, Norton, BSA, Triumph, Ariel, BMW, James, Moto Guzzi, Royal Enfield and many more.
Venetian Walls Of Nicosia - 1.7 km
The Venetian Walls are a series of defensive walls which surround the capital city of Nicosia in Cyprus. The first city walls were built in the Middle Ages, but they were completely rebuilt in the mid-16th century by the Republic of Venice.
Ledra Street - 1.7 km
Ledra Street is a major shopping thoroughfare in central Nicosia, Cyprus. Offering a traditional Turkish market, folk art, crafts and fashionable shops and boutiques, this street has something for everyone.
Municipal Arts Center - 1.7 km
The Centre is housed in the old power station building, granted by the electricity authority to the municipality of Nicosia. The permanent collection there covers paintings, photography, video, sculptures and other works from the Dimitris Pierides museum of contemporary art in Greece. Exhibitions vary monthly and often focus on edgy political and cultural themes. Opening time: Tuesday - Friday: 08:00-18:00. Saturday: 09:00 -17:00. Sunday: 10:00-13:00.
Buyuk Han - 1.9 km
The Buyuk Han building is one of the most important bits of Ottoman architecture in Cyprus. For most of its history it was a residence for travelers, but when the British took over in the 19th century, it was used as a prison. In 1893 it was once again used as an accommodation for underprivileged persons. A restoration project started in 1992 and lasted for 10 years before it was open again for visitors.
Famagusta Gate - 2 km
In the years preceding the Ottoman invasion of Cyprus, the Venetians bolstered Nicosia’s defences. Famagusta Gate is the most impressive fragment of these old defences. The gate has a two-lane passageway lit from above by a dome that is based on Rome’s Pantheon, and today is a cultural centre where exhibitions are held throughout the year.
Athalassa National Forest Park - 5 km
With a total area of 840 hectares, the park is an oasis of greenery with many endemic, indigenous trees, shrubs and herbs. In addition to its primary function as space and green lungs, the park is offered for outdoor recreational activities, physical exercise and environmental education and training. Opening time: Monday - Friday: 7:30-15:30.
The Mall of Cyprus offers a wide variety of well-known fashion and other retail brands, a supermarket chain, restaurants and coffee shops, a cinema operator and many other services. In combination with IKEA there are 2500 parking spaces available, which includes a disabled parking.