How to Get from Southern Nicosia to Other Destinations
Southern Nicosia, the Greek part of the capital of Cyprus, is one of the popular destinations due to its restaurants, shops, and sights. Tourists often wonder, how to get from here to other Cypriot cities. Ones search for information about public transport and taxi stations, while others book a transfer beforehand.
Taxi from Southern Nicosia
Taxi stands can be easily found in this area. A 50-minute trip by cab to Larnaca will cost you about 45 euros. If you are going to Limassol, be ready to pay around 65 euros for a taxi. However, fares might be higher due to the time of the day or heavy traffic. Make sure that the taximeter is turned on before the trip starts, as some Cypriot taxi drivers are used to cheat naive tourists.
Transfer from Southern Nicosia
If you like planning everything in advance, you might be interested in the Kiwitaxi transfer service. We provide our customers with the service they really deserve. Thus, a fare of a taxi transfer from Southern Nicosia to Larnaca in an economy-class car is 45 euros, to its airport - 48 euros, and to Limassol - 82 euros. We can also drive you to Paphos, Ayia Napa, Protaras, and many other destinations.
In case you are traveling with a group, we might offer you a minibus. For example, a transfer in a premium minibus for 6 persons from Southern Nicosia to Paphos - 218 euros.
The booking can be made online. Prices do not change after the transfer reservation is made. In case you have any questions, do not hesitate to write to our consultants, who are always ready to help you.
Public transport from Southern Nicosia
There is an intercity bus between Southern Nicosia and Larnaca. Buses depart from Dionisiou Solomou Square every 1-2 hours. The journey lasts about 60 minutes, and the ticket costs around 4 euros.
A direct bus to Limassol departs almost every hour. The fare of a 1-hour 45-minute trip is 7 euros. Keep in mind that public transportation is not available at night. We advise you to check schedules beforehand or pre-book a transfer or taxi.
The capital of Cyprus boasts a great history, as the city dates back to 2500 BC. After walking in the Old Town do not miss the chance to visit the Cyprus Museum, which is popular for the collection of archeological finds, statues, and mosaics. If you are lucky, you can attend a free museum excursion.