Cyprus introduces a new plan to attract foreign companies to operate or expand their activities to the island.
Cyprus is one of only four EU nations in which vehicles drive on the left-hand side of the road (the others being Ireland, Malta and the United Kingdom). A series of motorways runs along the coast from Paphos east to Ayia Napa, with two motorways running inland to Nicosia, one from Limassol and one from Larnaca.
Cyprus has several heliports and two international airports: Larnaca International Airport and Paphos International Airport.
The main harbours of the island are Limassol and Larnaca, which service cargo, passenger and cruise ships. The port of Limassol is the busiest in Cyprus.
The public bus network is provided by the bus organizations such as EMEL (Limassol), OSYPA LTD (Paphos), OSEL (Nicosia), Zinonas Buses (Larnaca), Limassol Airport Express, Cyprus Intercity Buses etc. For more information on bus routes and timetables, please follow the link: www.cyprusbybus.com
Taxi transfers are the most comfortable and fastest way of traveling all around the island, but not cheap. For example, a taxi from Limassol to Larnaca airport costs about 50 euros, to Paphos airport - 40-45 euros, in the city - 10-12 euros.