Whatever the purpose of your visit, you can explore Limassol using the city’s public transport which is served by buses. Public buses within Limassol serve famous attractions such as the Kourion Amphitheatre (Bus Nr 16), Amathus Ruins (Bus Nr 30 and 31), Kolossi Castle (Bus Nr 17) and Limassol Medieval Castle which is served by multiple bus routes. You can also use the bus services to visit and enjoy some of Cyprus’ stunning beaches such as the Lady’s Mile Beach and Governor’s Beach.

On the main beach road there is a frequent bus service (Bus Nr 30). The service starts from the Le Meridien Hotel which is near the Amathus Ruins, serves the New Port and ends at My Mall on the western side of Limassol. You can use this service to visit local shops in the town centre as well as for an outing in the famous restaurants and café bars in the Limassol Castle area by the old harbor.

Intercity services are also available from Limassol allowing you to visit other cities and archaeological sites and explore more of Cyprus’ beauties and culture. There are regular bus services from the old harbor to all other cities in Cyprus.

Tickets for all bus services can be bought on the bus from the driver. Please check Cyprus by Bus website for different ticket options which you can purchase and save money when regularly using the buses.

Applications for Android Devices are also available to make your journey plan even more carefree and fun! By downloading one of the Cyprus by Bus apps you will get easy access to information relating to the public transport buses in Cyprus on the move! Depending on the app you download you will be able to plan your journey with our user friendly and comprehensive interface and use our Google maps for easy navigation.

Scheduled guided tours from main cities to various destinations in Cyprus and minibus and coach hire are also offered.

All the information about buses in Cyprus can be found on Cyprus by Bus website at www.cyprusbybus.com 

To and from the conference venue

Commuting to and from the City center is easy, by using the public bus transportation. The bus line 30 passes outside the conference venue as well as the bus line 31, depending on the route you want to follow.

Limassol Bus 30 – Routes Details

Limassol Bus 33 – Routes Details

The one way ticket costs €1,50, the daily ticket costs €5,00 and the weekly ticket costs €15,00.

For further information on the public bus routes, please visit their official site of Limassol Buses