Cyprus - Visas
Nationals of the following countries travelling as tourists on valid national
passports do not require visas for stays of up to 90 days:
Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium. Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei
Darussalam, Bulgaria, Canada, C e C Rica Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Ecuador
E Salvador Estonia, Finland, France Germany , Greece, Guatemala. Honduras, Hong
Kong SAP., Hungary, Iceland. Irish Republic, Israel, Italy. Japan. Korea
Republic. Latvia. Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau SAR, Malaysia,
Malta. Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama,
Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia. San Marino, Singapore, Slovak
Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. United Kingdom, united States,
Uruguay, Vatican City and Venezuela; and holders of re-entry permits.
Travellers arriving in Cyprus without a visa, here required, will be refused
entry and deported.
Visa exemptions are usually for a stay of three months though extension is
possible for unlimited periods provided applicants have sufficient funds for
their stay; applications for extension should be made to the Migration officer,
Ministry of interior.
All other foreign nationals should apply for a visa before departure for
Cyprus although, in exceptional circumstances. visas car b obtained on arrival.
This is provided the visitor intends to stay in Cyprus for a- minimum of one
week un to a maximum of three months. The foreign national must also hold return
or onward tickets and provide evidence of sufficient funds. A fee will be
charged (although nationals of Egypt, Syria and Ukraine will be exempt from this
Application forms for visas may be obtained from the nearest Cyprus
Consulate. Embassy or High Commission. To photographs and the passport should
accompany the application.
In the case of proposed business trips to Cyprus, applications should be
accompanied by an introductory letter from the company represented by the-
applicant. giving details and nature of the business to be conducted there.