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Paphos
Washington
Day 8
05:00 pm
14h 9m
Estimate time
07:09 am
Plane
10,198 km
Day 9
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Travel Tips

Of course! Visiting Nicosia, Limassol and Paphos in Cyprus is a fantastic choice. Here are some travel tips to make your journey enjoyable:

Best Time to Visit:

The best time to visit Cyprus is during March to May (Spring) and September to November (Autumn). During these seasons, the temperatures are comfortable and not crowded with tourists. The summer season (June-August) can be very hot.

Route and Accessibility:

These cities are well-connected by highways. However, Nicosia being the capital, you can start from there, head to Limassol, and then Paphos. You can conveniently travel across these cities by renting a car or using inter-city buses.

Accommodation and Booking:

Each city offers a variety of accommodations ranging from luxury resorts to budget hotels and hostels. Make sure to book your accommodation in advance especially if you are planning to visit during the peak season.

Clothing and Essentials:

Pack lightweight and breathable clothing if you're visiting during the warmer months. Don't forget to pack a swimsuit as Cyprus has beautiful beaches. During autumn and early spring, slightly warmer clothes might be necessary. Always carry sunblock, sunglasses and a reusable water bottle in your day pack.

Health and Safety::

Tap water is safe to drink in Cyprus. It's generally a safe country but like anywhere, take usual precautions to protect your valuables. If you plan on taking part in water sports, ensure the providers are fully licensed and insured.

Local Etiquette and Respect:

Cypriots are known for their warm hospitality. Being respectful and compliant with the local traditions and not littering are essential. Language of local population is Greek but English is also widely spoken and understood.

Always respect the sanctity of religious places and dress modestly while visiting them. Also, note that Cyprus traffic drives on the left-hand side.