Getting Around

Getting Around

One can travel around Cyprus either by bus, by taxi or private car. There are no trains in Cyprus. One of the most inexpensive ways of travelling is by bus, which costs approximately €1. Buses are available every half an hour throughout the area. Almost all villages are connected with the nearest town by buses.

There are numerous places of interest in remote areas, if you like to explore then driving in Cyprus is a must. Fairly good surfaced roads complying with international traffic requirements link the towns and various villages. Use of a mobile phone is strictly prohibited. Visitors in Cyprus can drive using a valid international driving license or their national driving license provided it is valid for the vehicle class they intend to drive. Driving is on the left as in the UK. There are many places that you can hire a car from. Always use a reputable company. 

If you don’t want to drive yourself, communal service taxis are another option. They provide connections between all major towns every half hour. Regular taxis are reasonably priced and are especially good options for airport transfers.
Nightlife
Cyprus has a lot to offer in terms of nightlife. You will find traditional entertainment – folk music and dancing – at numerous tavernas and restaurants in cities and villages. There are many fish and specialty or themed restaurants and many places are family friendly.


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