NeMe Arts Centre
NAC, is favorably located in one of the main streets of Limassol’s historic city center, across the road from Katholiki, the Limassol metropolitan church, and offers easy access to large numbers of people. It is located near to public parking spaces and the public transport routes and is easily accessible from other cities, as Ellados street is directly linked to the regional Limassol highway. More information can be found here.
The Semiotics and Visual Communication Research Lab
SVC Lab of the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts at Cyprus University of Technology was established in September 2009. It aims to promote research, theory, art and graphic design practice, as well as explore the role and application of Semiotic theories in the making of creative and effective messages within the context of Visual Communication. . More information can be found here.
Limassol or Lemesos is the second-largest city on Cyprus, with a population of 228,000 (2008), the largest city in geographical size, and the biggest municipality on the island.
The city is located on Akrotiri Bay, on the island’s southern coast and it is the capital of Limassol District. Limassol is the biggest port in the Mediterranean transit trade. It has also become one of the most important tourism, trade and service-providing centers in the area. Limassol is renowned for its long cultural tradition, and is home to the Cyprus University of Technology. A wide spectrum of activities and a number of museums, archaeological sites, small galleries and experimental art spaces are available to the interested visitor. Consequently, Limassol attracts a wide range of tourists mostly during an extended summer season to be accommodated in a variety of hotels and apartments. Further information of this vibrant city can be seen here.
Whatever the season, Cyprus provides ample opportunity to experience something new, interesting and exciting, including activities, events, customs and places that are unique and special to the island. More information can be found at the official portal of the Cyprus Tourism here.
As from May 2004 Cyprus is a full member of the European Community and its currency is Euro. Any information regarding entry requirements to the island can be found here.
Additionally, information on a number of facilities available to visitors with special access needs can be seen here.