You might encounter a snake during your journey to Cyprus. Here are some facts about the snakes found in Cyprus and how dangerous they might be.
Table of Contents Cyprus Roads and Highways Traffic Fatalaties in Cyprus Obtaining a Drivers License in Cyprus Cyprus Driving Laws Vehicle Taxes Vehicle Tags and Decals Major Roadways in Cyprus Road Signs and Cameras Mountain Roads Renting Cars and Taxis Cyprus Driver Safety Rules Hiring a Car Gas and Petrol Stations Taxi Cabs Bike-Sharing Buses […]
Check the status of flights coming into Paphos or Larnaka airports with this app. Track Flight Status & more at www.flightstats.com To search by airport enter PFO for Pafos Airport or LCA for Larnaka Airport.
Since the 1st January 2008, the official Cyprus currency is the Euro €. Banks and retail establishments will no longer accept the old Cyprus pounds currency as legal tender. However, the Central Bank of Cyprus will exchange Cyprus coins for Euros up until 31st December 2009, and Pound notes for Euros until 31 December 2017. […]
The first recorded letter was sent from Famagusta to Constantinople in 1353, during the Venetian occupation. Cyprus Post The Department of Postal Services comes under the Ministry of Communications and Works and operates under The Postal Laws Cap.303 and The Regulation of Electronic Communications and Postal Services Law 2004, which is harmonized with the relevant […]
Internet in Cyprus There is good news and bad news about Cyprus Internet. The good news is there are some outstanding Internet Service Providers. The bad news is that even now in 2018, many parts of Cyprus still do not have appropriate coverage, and the cost of Internet services is still amongst the highest in […]
This article should provide you with an overview of the major businesses and industries in Cyprus. Also covers work eligibility and prospects for finding a job when moving to Cyprus. Table of Contents The Cyprus Tourism Industry Agriculture and Fisheries Offshoring in Cyprus Incorporating in Cyprus Shipping is a Major Industry Cyprus Property and Construction […]
Troodos gained its name from the three roadways that run into it, ‘tria odos’ meaning three roads, which became Troodos. It is the most significant mountain range of Cyprus, covering most of the western and some of the southern parts of the island, and accounting for almost half of its area. The highest peak is […]
Limassol (Lemesos), until medieval times it was known as Nemesos, meaning ‘in between’ due to its position in between the two ancient cities of Kourion and Amathus. This area is a perfect place for anyone looking for a relaxing beach holiday combined with historic sightseeing. Beaches in Limassol include: Ladies Mile Beach Curium Beach Pissouri […]
Paphos (Pafos) and sometimes even mistakenly said as Pathos, is the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite and today consists of four Municipalities. Those being Paphos, Yeroskipou, Peyia, and Polis Chrysochous (often abbreviated to Polis). It is also generally categorized as two regions, with the coastal area being known as Kato (low) Paphos, and the higher section […]
Larnaca (Larnaka) has plenty to offer its visitors, with an existing marina for yacht owners, and a new 1000 berth marina planned in the future, as well as a lovely pier which is ideal for a stroll and take in the fresh air and scenery. Beaches are a big attraction in Larnaca, many having watersports […]
Asim Efendi Street in Historic Nicosia Nicosia (Lefkosia) is the capital city of Cyprus, and some would say it’s very heart and soul. If you have limited time to see Cyprus, then Nicosia should be at the top of your list. The old city, steeped in historical and archeological sites, is surrounded entirely by a […]