How to fly to Cyprus?
Cyprus is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Russia, and for good reason, because Cyprus is an opportunity not only to enjoy the magnificent nature, but also to plunge into the real ancient world, visiting the royal tombs, miraculously surviving ancient castles and monasteries.
Let's figure out how long to get to this wonderful place.
How to fly to Cyprus from different cities?
Cyprus has two major airports - Larnaca and Paphos. Larnaca-Paphos distance is only 150 km, so the flight time to both airports is about the same. But Russia is great, so the time of flights from different Russian cities can vary significantly.
- Moscow - Cyprus: 3-4 hours;
- St. Petersburg - Cyprus: 3.5-4.5 hours;
- Ekaterinburg - Cyprus: 5-6 hours;
- Novosibirsk - Cyprus: 6-7 hours;
- Krasnodar - Cyprus: 3-4 hours;
- Samara - Cyprus: 3-4 hours.
It is important to note that the return flight is usually half an hour longer as the flight route changes. In addition, it should be understood that if you fly a charter flight, the flight can take much longer.When booking a flight on your own, carefully study its conditions!
Cyprus: how to get to the hotel?
If you purchased a ticket at a travel agency, agency partners in Cyprus will meet you at the airport, put you on a special pre-ordered bus and drive to hotels (the fare on this bus is usually included in the tour).
However, if you are traveling, let's say, savage, you will have to get to the hotel by public buses or by taxi.
A trip to the city of Limassol (from both airports) - one of the most interesting and fun cities of Cyprus - will cost you 9 euros. Taxi will cost much more - 60-70 euros. It makes no sense to overpay almost 10 times, since buses run quite often (every day) and interrupt trips only for three hours - from 12 at night until 3 in the morning. In order not to fall into this gap, pay attention to the arrival time when booking a flight.