Travel On Cyprus

The most convenient way to travel to Cyprus – a car. Given that the road network in Cyprus is extensive, but their condition is ideal, in addition to rent a car is not difficult, it is not surprising that this mode of transport is very popular. To get cars for hire must present a driver's license and pay a fee for the lease term. For example, a 2 day rental would cost in the Excel Hyundai 70 euros, but can also be found for 20 euros. In any case, mileage is unlimited.

Cyprus – a small island, so a full tank will be enough for a couple of days and you can save on gasoline properly. Not very comfortable for our drivers in Cyprus is the drive on the left. So, if you have not sat behind the wheel right-hand drive car, the first time is very unusual. But do not worry too much about it: all the rental cars have red number that drivers Cypriots knew that the driving tourist Cypriots are also very careful when driving and always ready to help. Politeness of drivers just amazing. However, be aware that such treatment used and Cypriot pedestrians, so you should slow down, if see that the pedestrian is going to cross the street.

Finally, an important feature of the Cypriot highways – an abundance of different classes of motorcyclists, polite and not very much. Drinking and driving is absolutely prohibited. Maximum speed on motorways – 100 km / h on the highway – 80 km / h, in the city – 50 km / hr. But most drivers are usually higher than her. If you decide to travel to Cyprus for a taxi, you will be satisfied with the price and quality service. Most of the taxis of Cyprus – the new "Mercedes" with air conditioning, very pleased with the hot summer. Taxis are equipped with a counter, although you can negotiate with the driver and verbally. Taxis can be ordered by phone or at spetsstoyanke, as you see fit. In addition, there are also so-called "service-taxi", the analogue of our minibuses. They also travel between cities, picking up and dropping off passengers along the road. These taxis can also be order by phone to your hotel. A trip from Limassol to Larnaca, for example, would cost about 3 euros. Prices for travel in the minibus is lower than in conventional air conditioners but they also do not have, and they move slowly. Besides minibuses, there are also cruise commuter and intercity buses, they are still cheaper than a "service taxi", but there are rare, so tourists are almost not used. Source: World autotravel