I recently asked you to visit the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean. My initial reaction was to wonder if Cyprus was a safe place to visit because I had some memory of the recent problems in the area.
In fact, when I examined the situation better, I realized that Cyprus was an island that actually split. While the southern part of the island is governed by a Cypriot government, Greece is a popular part of the northern part of the island currently occupied.
The northern part of the island is a Cypriot government after the invasion of the 1970s. Obviously, this is the place with problems.
The game of the game between Turkey and Cyprus is not necessarily the safest place in the world and did not ignore that Cyprus is a very large part of the Middle East for its geographical location (the eastern end of the Med). I have decided to give official advice on the safety of traveling to the island and have consulted with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – I must offer the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, whether directly or through our website, if we are still uncertain about the safety of traveling around the world.
Counseling is updated regularly and the first thing I noticed that North Cyprus is not officially recognized by the Republic of Turkey in Great Britain. However, the Republic of Cyprus is a full member of the European Union.
From the point of view of security, the main concerns are the terrorist attacks (a threat involving threat) in Europe and the dangers of high temperatures. It was also noted that Cyprus, like anywhere else in Europe, has a fair crime, though not more than elsewhere on the continent.
An element that proved to be proven to be true when I came to the island was that the Cypriots were not the best leaders – to take care of the roads.
Overall Cyprus is a relatively safe place to travel. Take the usual precautions that you can take while traveling, and it appears that the Foreign Ministry advises you to be ok.
Source by Keith Barrett