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Booking Your Car Hire Cyprus Larnaca Airport

When looking a car hire Cyprus Larnaca Airport we can help.

If you are looking for cheap car hire Cyprus Larnaca Airport including a people carrier, an SUV or a good family car then like other good travel sites, we compare car hire from a selection of rental car agencies in Cyprus, to find the best car hire Cyprus Airport deals available.

Which Car Hire Companies are in Larnaca Airport Cyprus ?

The following car hire companies are based in Larnaca Airport : - 

Aida, Alamo, Auto-Union, AvisBudget, Dollar, Drive, Europcar, Firefly, Global Rent A Car, Green Motion, Hertz, Payless, Sixt, Surprice, Thrifty and Whiz. 

Which Cars Can I Choose to Rent a Car at Larnaca Airport Cyprus ?

Choose your best car hire Cyprus from a selection of diesel or petrol, standard or luxury car rental, with or without air conditioning, automatic or manual gears, and with limited or unlimited mileage :- Audi A4, Audi A6, BMW 1 Series, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Lacetti, Chevrolet Matiz, Chevrolet Spark, Citroen C1, Ford Fiesta, Ford Focus Estate, Ford Focus,Ford Mondeo, Honda Civic, Hyundai i10, Kia Ceed Estate, Kia Ceed, Kia Picanto, Kia Rio, Mazda 2, Mercedes E250 CGI, Mercedes E Class, Nissan March, Nissan Micra, Nissan Note, Nissan Pixo, Nissan Pulsar, Nissan Tiida, Opel Astra, Opel Corsa, Peugot 208, Renault Fluence, Renault Kadjar, Renault Megane, Skoda Fabia, Skoda Octavia, Skoda Yeti, Suzuki Alto, Suzuki Swift, Toyota Aygo,Toyota Corolla,Toyota Yaris, Volkswagen Beetle Convertible, Volkswagen Passat, Volkswagen Polo, or the Volkswagen Up.

Can I Arrange a Minivan or People Carrier Hire Cyprus ?

Within our Cyprus Larnaca Airport car deals we can offer the following minivan or people carrier hire Cyprus makes and models :- 

Citroen C4 Grand Picasso, Ford C-Max, Ford Galaxy, Ford Tourneo, Kia Carens, Mercedes Vito Travelliner, Nissan NV200, Nissan Serena, Opel Zafira, Renault Scenic, Renault Trafic and the Toyota Ipsum, 

At Best Car Hire our multi-lingual team of customer care agents are on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist if you should require assistance with your Cyprus cars.

Can I Arrange an SUV Hire Cyprus Larnaca Airport ?

Yes you can rent an SUV from the following makes and models :- Daihatsu Terios, Ford Kuga, Kia Sportage, Mercedes ML, Nissan Juke, Nissan Qashqai,Subaru XV, Suzuki SX4, Toyota Rav4 or the Volkswagen Tiguan.

Is there a Convertible Car Hire Cyprus Larnaca Airport Possible ?

Yes you can choose a convertible car hire from the following makes and models :- Audi A3 Convertible, BMW 4 Series Convertible, Mercedes CLK Convertible, Mercedes E Class Convertible, Renault Megane Convertible or the Volkswagen Golf Convertible.

Luxury Car Hire Cyprus

The following vehicles are available for luxury car hire Cyprus Airport : - BMW 5 Series or the Range Rover Sport.

Top Tip - Customer Satisfaction

Just remember that with any car hire deals, the suggested cheap car hire Cyprus Larnaca Airport may not be the best, so please take this into consideration when arranging your car rental. Each auto rental which we select for you comes with a customer rating stating :-

  1. Overall Value For Money,
  2. Cleanliness of the Car,
  3. Service at the Rental Desk,
  4. Car Rental Pick Up Process and
  5. Car Rental Drop Off Process - 

which you may find useful when making your rental agreement decision as to which car and car rental agency you eventually choose.

What Documentation Do I Require for my Car Hire Cyprus Larnaca Airport ?

To help you rent a car, we have prepared a car hire travel checklist to assist with your Car Hire Cyprus Larnaca Airport.

After Brexit - How Will My Travel from the UK to Cyprus be Affected?

If the United Kingdom leaves the European Union (EU) with no deal on 29th March 2019, the rules for travel to countries still in the European Union will be changing.

The major change is that travellers will need at least 6 months left on their UK passport from their date of arrival at their destination (Cyprus), however this only affects travel to certain countries.

Fortunately, as there is a considerable amount of confusion surrounding this, the gov.uk website contains a simple passport checker.

Will I Need a Visa for Travel to Cyprus after Brexit ?

The European Commission has confirmed that visitors won’t need to apply for a visa if they are travelling this year (2018). However, from 2021 they may be required to pay a fee of €7 to enter the European Union.

The reason for this is that a transition period will take place once a Brexit deal is agreed, and this could take as much as 2 years.

Driving in the EU after Brexit

From 29 March 2019, in the event that there is no EU Exit deal, drivers may need an IDP (International Driving Permit) in addition to their UK driving licence to drive in EU and EEA countries.

Further information for UK citizens travelling abroad can be found on the UK Government website.

Where is Cyprus?

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Cyprus is situated in the eastern Mediterranean and is the third largest island in the Mediterranean, covering 9,250 km² and enjoying more than 330 days of sunshine each year. The island has a rich history stretching back 10,000 years and although it is a small island it has a diverse topography which includes mountain ranges, two salt lakes and numerous sandy beaches. This diversity means that Cyprus is rich in birds, flowers, butterflies and trees and also that it offers an excellent range of sports.

The capital of Cyprus is Nicosia, which remains the only divided capital in the world and its other main towns are Limassol, Larnaca and Paphos. The Ammochostos region contains many of its most popular beach resorts with a variety of hotels and villas, whilst the Troodos Mountains run like a spine across Cyprus. 

Where Can I Visit in Cyprus?

Once you have picked up your car hire in Cyprus Larnaca Airport one of the places you have to visit is the junction of the North and South of the island to see the difference between the Greek and Turkish cultures.

This can prove to be quite easy with seven access points linking the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot sides, including two old fashioned pedestrian crossings in Nicosia (Lefkosia). If time is the enemy, then at least visit Nicosia or North Nicosia (Lefkoşa), and cross the line. Once there you can complete your experience by sampling the local cuisine and visit the local museums. 

Flight Information Cyprus Larnaca Airport

Click HERE for details of flight arrivals and departures at Larnaca Airport Cyprus.

Weather in Cyprus

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Thank you your choosing Best Car Hire for your best car rental Cyprus Larnaca Airport.

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Hiring A Car In Larnaca Airport

The car hire companies available at Cyprus Larnaca Airport can all be found in the arrivals terminal by leaving the baggage reclaim area and continuing straight ahead into the arrivals hall, then taking a right and following the signs towards ‘Car Hire’. The car hire desks are situated between the exit doors and a restaurant.

Weather In Larnaca Airport

Shopping In Larnaca Airport

When you visit Cyprus the traditional gift to buy is Turkish Delight, but make sure that you buy the sweet made in the traditional manner and not the gooey, sugary mess that you find at Cyprus airport. The Perfumery and Cosmetics department at Larnaca airport presents almost 1,000 sqm of the worlds leading beauty brands offering endless choice and something for everyone. With over 50 International brands, shopping for you or as a gift couldn't be easier.

Car Parking In Larnaca Airport

There is a car park near the mosaics and the harbour in Paphos and a car park near the Old Port and the Old town in Limassol. There is still quite a lot of parking on the roadside in Limassol. Nicosia can sometimes be problematic as most of the local Cypriot residents do their business in the morning and the car parks are easier to get into in the afternoon.