- 1 How do you get around in Cyprus?
- 2 Can you travel freely in Cyprus?
- 3 How easy is it to travel around Cyprus?
- 4 Is it dangerous to go to Cyprus?
- 5 What do they eat in Cyprus?
- 6 Is it worth hiring a car in Cyprus?
- 7 Where should I not go in Cyprus?
- 8 Which side of Cyprus is better?
- 9 Is water safe to drink in Cyprus?
- 10 Can you travel around Cyprus?
- 11 Is driving in Cyprus same as UK?
- 12 How long does it take to drive across Cyprus?
- 13 How many days do you need in Cyprus?
- 14 Is Cyprus cheap to visit?
How do you get around in Cyprus?
By car and motorcycle. The best and most efficient way of getting around Cyprus is to rent a car or, if you’re not put off by their poor safety record, motorcycles, quad bikes, scooters or beach buggies.
Can you travel freely in Cyprus?
The Government of the Republic of Cyprus may fine you for illegal entry if you cross into the south, or refuse you entry into or exit from the Republic, or prevent crossing at the boundary with the north. The Republic of Cyprus authorities may count time spent in the north of Cyprus towards the 90 day visa free total.
How easy is it to travel around Cyprus?
Cyprus is small enough for you to get around easily. Roads are good and well-signposted, and traffic moves smoothly. Public transport is limited to buses and service taxis (stretch taxis that run on predetermined routes).
Is it dangerous to go to Cyprus?
There are a few complications as to the logistics of where you are allowed to enter into and out of Cyprus. But despite the conflict that has plagued the region, and has left it in a state of political uncertainty, Cyprus is considered a very safe area to visit, with very little violent crime.
What do they eat in Cyprus?
Dishes of Cyprus Traditional Cypriot foods include souvlakia (grilled meat kebabs), shaftalia (grilled sausage), afella (pork marinated in coriander), fried halloumi cheese, olives, pitta bread, kolokasi (root vegetables), lamb, artichokes, chickpeas and rabbit stews (stifado).
Is it worth hiring a car in Cyprus?
It’s certainly worth hiring a car in Cyprus,especially with what you’ve been seeing for the price of a taxi. Theres an awful lot to see and if you go on organised trips it will cost you an awful lot of money. The hire car also gives you lots of opportunity to sort out your shopping etc.
Where should I not go in Cyprus?
What to avoid in Cyprus
- Tourist Traps. If you think you’ll get to a Mediterranean country to enjoy amazing seafood, you will be disappointed in Cyprus.
- Limassol or Paphos Castle. Ok, it’s not actually a castle.
- Aphrodite’s Baths. Where to begin with this one.
- Turtle Beach.
- Ayia Napa.
Which side of Cyprus is better?
There is no doubt that the best beaches in Cyprus are on the east side of the island, from Pernera to Ayia Napa. However, some of the most beautiful historical sites are on the south-west coast.
Is water safe to drink in Cyprus?
Tap water safety in all of Cyprus Tap water is perfectly safe to drink in the South, although most locals drink bottled water, as it is very hard. However, the glass of water you automatically receive with your Cypriot coffee will undoubtedly be tap water. It is advisable to drink bottled water in the North.
Can you travel around Cyprus?
Despite the island’s continued segregation, travelling between the sides is simple as long as you don’t forget your passport. You can fly into the South and still visit the North (and vice versa). It’s something of a misconception that Cyprus is difficult to travel around by public transport.
Is driving in Cyprus same as UK?
They drive on the same side as the UK so makes it much easier. As it was a former UK colony it is very much like driving in the UK, with roundabouts etc and same rules as the UK.
How long does it take to drive across Cyprus?
You can drive all the way across Cyprus in just a few hours, so don’t limit yourself to just one place! You can choose to drive between the cities and stay in a new town every few nights, or base yourself in one of the cities and explore the island in a series of day trips.
How many days do you need in Cyprus?
In 5 days (considering that you will spend a couple of days on the beach) you can get a glimpse of Cyprus. If you are based in Larnaca or Limassol you can take daytrips to Nicosia, Paphos and the mountains.
Is Cyprus cheap to visit?
Budget travel in Cyprus is nearly impossible. It’s not that the country is particularly expensive – it’s more than the Balkans but cheaper than the Nordic countries. No, Cyprus just makes it really difficult to enjoy the country if you’re not rich and looking for a luxury vacation. Planning to Visit Cyprus?