What to See in Cyprus for First Time Travelers?
Being one of the largest islands in the Mediterranean, Cyprus has a lot to offer to its visitors. When speaking of island, the sandy beach must come into your mind. The same as Cyprus. It has lots of beautiful and well-equipped beaches, which will ensure you a relaxing trip. Also, it boasts mediaeval heritages, which for sure will enrich your Cyprus tour.
Cyprus Troodos Countryside
Tombs of the Kings
When is the Best Time to Travel to Cyprus?
The best time to visit Cyprus is spring from March to May and autumn from September to November. During these months, the temperature is warm and comfortable, not too hot or cold. Besides, you can avoid peak holiday period to get a better travel experience at a lower cost.
Do I Need a Visa to Visit Cyprus?
If you come from an EU country, you just need to take your valid ID card like passport to enter Cyprus. Besides, Cyprus allows visa-free entry to citizens from some other countries having specific agreements with Cyprus.
How to Get to and Travel around Cyprus?
There are two international airports in Cyprus which are Larnaca International airport and Paphos International airport. Cyprus does not have railway tracks, so trains are not available. Distances between cities are short and roads are well maintained. When you join the tour with us, we will arrange the private transfer between each place for you.
What Currency is Used in Cyprus?
The currency of Cyprus is the Euro (EUR). All major credit and debit cards are accepted throughout Cyprus, but when you travel to countryside, the cash is more useful.
What Electrical Plugs and Voltage does Cyprus Use?
In Cyprus, the power plugs and sockets people use are type G. The standard voltage is 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
Is there Free WiFi in Cyprus?
At the moment, free Wi-Fi is rare in the cities of Cyprus. It is available at airports, some restaurants, cafes, shopping malls and some of the new buses in Larnaca and Nicosia.
Is Cyprus a Safe Country?
As we all know, the northern part of Cyprus is actually under the control of Turkey. But armed conflicts hardly happen between the two sides, so it is a safe travel destination. As to travel across the “dividing line”, just show your passport.