ECPR Joint Sessions
University of Nicosia, Nicosia
10 - 14 April 2018




Getting around the City

Public transport

Public transport in Cyprus is limited even though a new public transport system was launched in 2010 to expand the bus network. OSEL - the Transportation Organization of Nicosia District - operates urban buses with fixed routes every half an hour, but their services stop at around 6pm. The bus services are limited on weekends.

Fares cost €1.50 per ride or €5 per day, €15 per week for unlimited journeys within a district. For more information visit the OSEL website.

There are several buses from down town to the University of Nicosia.  Most stop at 28 Oktovriou Avenue (which is 200-300 metres from the University).  The fastest bus from down town - from "Solomou Square" (where all the buses start from Nicosia) is Bus No. 123.

There are no trams or underground services in Cyprus.

Taxis & taximeter rates

There are numerous taxi services in Nicosia. You may get a taxi from taxi-waiting areas (especially down town Nicosia) or you may call one of the numerous taxi companies to pick you up from any location. Some options are:

Taxi options

a. Taxi Nicosia Phone: +357 99747648
b. Taxi1 Phone: +357 22 111222
c. Taxi to ekato: Phone: +357 22100100
d. Millenium Taxi: Phone: +357 22 813813
e. VIP Taxi: Phone: +357-22318318

Taxi Fares in Cyprus

City Taxi Start (Normal Tariff) Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff)
Larnaca €3.42 €0.73
Limassol €3.75 €0.73
Nicosia €3.57 €0.70
Paphos €5.00 €1.70
 

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