Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked questions

Currently, all flights to North Cyprus must stop over in Turkey for approximately 45 minutes. You can also fly directly to Republic of Cyprus, Larnaca or Paphos Airports, and cross the border to the North side.

You are issued up to 3-month tourist visa when you arrive, after which you must apply for a resident’s permit.

Yes, we can introduce you to several different freight companies who specialize in shipping goods, or household lots to North Cyprus.

Pets are welcomed in Northern Cyprus, as long as all the relevant documentation from your local veterinarian is completed prior to your pets’ arrival. Quarantine period is approximately 28 days.

You can drive with your home country license for 3 months, after this period, you can only drive with a TRNC license. Once your residency permit is issued, a local license can be administered within a few days.

The official language is Turkish; however, English is widely spoken.

Yes. There are private schools and colleges that offer English education in full, following the UK curriculum for children of all ages.

The main currency used in Northern Cyprus is the Turkish Lira. Other main currencies such as US Dollars, British Pounds or Euros are accepted in major urban areas.

The local time in North Cyprus is three hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+3).

Electricity is 240 Volts; 3 pin plugs the same as in the UK.

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