Cyprus Taxis

Information about taking a taxi in Cyprus.

Travelers, please submit information, stories, tips, tricks, problems, and solutions about taxis in Cyprus. What do official cabs look like, and are they worth seeking out? Do vehicles use meters? How can you tell if the meter is crooked (charging more than it should)? What's your perception of threat or honesty while taking a cab in Cyprus?

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George

March 5th, 2010

Hello i just wanted to share my experience regarding travelling to Ayianapa. I hope this might help someone.

I had recently travelled to Ayia Napa by taxi (I didn't wanted to drive my car, was nice party there)and I booked thru Cyprus Taxi Transfer with the following Link CYPRUS -TAXI-TRANSFERS.COM , they were excellent at their service and price was ok. I would recommend to all, check with them before you book your transfer or at list check there fares first.

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George

March 5th, 2010

Provide 24-hour-a-day service in all cities. Taxis can be hired from the street although it is advisable to telephone to book the taxi to ensure availability. Fares are metered after an initial base charge and the metered rate is based on a fixed rate chart. Taxi fares are regulated by law. Tariff I: daytime tariff, valid from 06:01 to 20:30 Tariff II: night tariff, valid from 20:31 to 06:00 (the per-kilometre charge is higher than Tariff I) A supplement is payable on certain public holidays Driver waiting time costs extra Luggage weighing more than 12Kg costs extra.

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