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Passport/Visa

Passport/Visa

Visa requrements for entring Southern Cyprus are similar to those of other Schengen states. However, visas issued by Cyprus authroities are NOT valid for travel to the greater Schengen area. Citizens of Turkey and Azerbaijan will need to apply for a Cypriot visa to enter. For Northern Cyprus, nationals of most countries will not need to obtain a visa for stays of under 90 days. Citizens of Armenia and Nigeria will need to apply for a visa in advance, however, and citizens of Bangldesh are not allowed to enter by air (as of late 2018).
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Best Time to Visit

Best Time to Visit

Cyprus enjoys a warm, Mediterranean climate that's characterized by the region's long, hot summers and mild, wet winters. The best time to visit Cyprus is in the summer for the most heat and sunshine. Although, if you prefer milder temperatures then spring is perfect and the sea water is still mild enough for swimming. If you come to Cyprus during this time of the year, especially from April to June, you can also enjoy a lot of events, mostly music events, with live show of all genders of music.
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Public Transport

Public Transport

There are many different bus routes in Cyprus, connecting both the towns to the airports and the towns one another. As the island has developed around tourism, there is a thick network of buses also available form town to rural areas. Northern Cyprus features a transport system that is not as developed as the southern one - if you are planning on getting around from one town to another the best option is to rent a car. From Larnaca Airport to Limassol and vice versa www.limassolairportexpress.eu From Larnaca Airport to Nicosia and vice versa www.kapnosairportshuttle.com From Pafos Airport to Pafos and Vice Versa www.pafosbuses.com From Pafos to other towns www.intercity-buses.com
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Post

Post

The opening hours of the post offices in Cyprus normally reflect the laid-back attitude of the entire island, being open from 08.30am - 1pm and 3pm - 4.45pm except from May till August when the office closes at 1pm. Post offices are easy to spot thanks to the yellow sign that pops out of the wall. In the offices you will find stamps and postcards and you will be able to post letters. Mail boxes are also located throughout Cyprus and they are yellow and round-shaped. Stamps are also available in some kiosks.
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Tourist Information Centres

Tourist Information Centres

Larnaca Information Office - International Airport +357 24 008 368 LarnacaAirport@visitcyprus.com Tourist Information Office Larnaca Plateia Vasileos Pavlou, Larnaca +357 24 65 43 22 InfoOfficeLarnaca@visitcyprus.com Paphos Information Office-International Airport +357 26 007 368 PaphosAirport@visitcyprus.com Tourist Information Office Paphos Gladstonos 3, Paphos +357 26 93 28 41 Information_OfficePafos@visitcyprus.com Tourist Information Office in Lemesos Spyrou 115 A +357 25362756 Limassolinformation@visitcyprus.com Tourist Information Office in Nicosia Address: Aristokyprou 11, Laiki Geitonia +357 22674264 LaikiGeitonia@visitcyprus.com
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