ATMs in Cyprus
Replies: 2 - Last Post: May 28, 2013 2:07 PM Last Post By: skybluem
Mar 25, 2013 2:09 AM
Mar 26, 2013 11:15 AM
1There are no huge queues at any ATMs anywhere I have seen......
a non Cypriot credit card may accepted, Cypriot ones (esp debit cards) are likely to be a problem but cash is king here, try to bring smaller notes (10s and 20s)
there are no ATMs i Troodos or a lot of villages,
be aware that you may limited to 120E per transaaction (possibly per day) but I dont know how foreign cards will be policed.
As long as you have cash you'll be fine.
May 28, 2013 2:07 PM
2No queues at all at ATM machines! The queues were only during March when the economy problem appeared and the banks remained closed for several days. Credits cards are accepted everywhere with no problem at all. Now, for the limit of withdrawing money from ATM machine, I'm not sure if for the foreigners there's a limit. For Cypriots (since almost two months now) it's 300 euro per day (which is a lot actually) and this I guess will stop soon. I disagree that in Troodos and villages there are no ATM machines. Even in small villages of 200 inhabitants there is an ATM but you have to check what types of cards it accepts. So, it is always easier to get money from a bigger village or town where you have more ATM machines and more cards are accepted.
The number of ATM machines in Cyprus is equal to the rest of Europe. Easy to find!
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