Go 2 Limassol by Taxi
Mostly known as Limassol, Lemesos is only a 40 minutes taxi drive away from Larnaca Airport. The city is directly connected to Larnaca airport through the A3 – A5 – A1 motorways (in the direction from Larnaca to Limassol).
Limassol is one of Cyprus’ most underrated cities with full of character. Built around the Limassol castle, the historic city center radiates out in a web of lanes where old, shuttered houses and modern boutiques lie close together. It’s an area buzzing with cafes, bars and restaurants that are as popular with locals as with visitors.
Limassol is as well Cyprus’ international business center and a lot of new development is going on. Its flashy marina has introduced an atmosphere of glamour and opulence, and grittier areas of town are being tagged for a revamp. For travelers looking for a holiday that takes in more than sun and sea, Limassol lies at the very heart of one of the island’s richest areas for exploration.
How to go from Larnaca airport 2 Limassol by taxi: Driving time from Larnaca airport to Limassol will take around 40 minutes depending on road traffic. Ask your driver who will perfectly know the traffic situation. When haling a taxi at Larnaca airport will charge you by the taxi-meter, and taxi transfer prices will be around 55€ depending on your final destination. It is advisable to book your taxi online before to avoid waiting queues and be sure to pay the lowest taxi fare from Larnaca airport to Limassol.
You can pre-book your taxi transfer from Larnaca Airport to Limassol here. Our taxi price for a 4 seater one way all inclusive is only €48, everything included.
Limassol is a shoreline city that sweeps along a broad stretch of beach. This is the cosmopolitan hub of Cyprus, effortlessly blending sophisticated modernisation with its ancient past. Hip restaurants and cafés cluster around the restored old town center, while a busy port nearby is balanced with an ultra snazzy new marina full of trending restaurants and bars. Limassol is perfectly situated to explore the beaches of the Akrotiri Peninsula, as well as the drop-dead gorgeous mountain villages that tumble down the lower slopes of the Mandaria region and snuggle within the Troodos Massif (Troodos Mountains) and Ancient Kourion (Cyprus’ number one archaeological site on top of a mile long sandy beach).
Limassol is a great base for visitors who want to combine sandy beaches, fun and swags of culture.