Generally no restrictions for stays up to three months in the Republic and in Northern Cyprus.
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Most visitors to Cyprus arrive by air. Many of them come on charter flights or inexpensive flights operated by budget airlines, particularly from the UK.
Flights, cars and tours can be booked online at www.lonelyplanet.com/bookings.
Cyprus is small enough for you to get around easily. Roads are good and well-signposted, and traffic moves smoothly.
Public transport is limited to buses and service taxis (stretch taxis that run on predetermined routes). There is no train network and no domestic air services in either the North or the South. Four-lane motorways link Nicosia (Lefkosia) with Lemesos and Larnaka, expanding west to Pafos and east to Agia Napa. In Northern Cyprus there is only one motorway, which runs between North Nicosia and Famagusta.