We are Cyprus Bus Rentals, a bus rental company that offers you bus rentals in various locations within Cyprus. Cyprus Bus Rentals are a leader in the transport industry for coach rentals and minibus hire across Cyprus. No matter the occasion, we can make arrangements for a bus anywhere across Cyprus to get you where you need to go.
Cyprus Bus Rentals ensures that all customers get a high quality, efficient, reliable and friendly service from the first contact until they reach their destination. Our fleet operates under a devoted team of friendly and professional drivers. We offer a wide range of coaches to suit all needs and number of travelers.
Some of the most popular sizes accommodate approximately 49 people, although we have different sizes available, ranging from 18, 23, up to 57 people carriers.
Our vehicles are all fully-fitted with a number of additional features including video/DVD players, air conditioning, toilets and ample leg room to ensure full comfort during your trip.
Call our customer services team on the number below to speak to one of our advisors who will help you with all of your needs.
Minibus Hire & Coach Hire With Driver
We are in a position to arrange any form of bus transportation anywhere across Cyprus for any event. So no matter how complicated or manageable, we can make arrangements for your transport. Have a look at some of the services we offer below:
Let’s face it, navigating your way around an airport can be confusing, not to mention costly. No one wants to spend time hanging around in airport taxi queues, so why not get in touch with us today? We’ll take all the fuss out of airport transfers and kick start your holiday in the most hassle free way possible. We cover all airports across Cyprus including Larnaca International Airport, Paphos International Airport, Ercan International Airport etc.
Concerts and festivals
Cyprus is home to many concerts and festivals including Wine Festival in Limassol, The Festival of Roses in Agros, International Chamber Music Festival in Pharos, Street Art Festival, Medieval Festival of Ayia Napa, Strawberry Festival in Derinya, Pastels Festival in Anogyra plus many more. To ensure you kick start your event in the best possible way, hire one of our minibuses or coaches and ensure your concert and festival gets off to a great start.
Cyprus is home to some world class attractions such as Tombs of the Kings and Nissi Beach. Make sure you don’t miss out on any of the hidden gems with one of our sightseeing tours, or perhaps you’d like to go off the beaten path and need an experienced, local guide to get you where you need to go.
Do you have a business trip in Cyprus? Are you looking for a reliable and professional bus rental service? Let us take the worry out of it by getting you where you need to go without the hassle.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, give us a call and we’ll be happy to see what we can do for you.
Nicosia is the largest city and capital of Cyprus and there’s plenty of things to see and do whether you’re here for a week or a weekend.
Learn more about Cyprus’ rich history with a trip to the Cyprus Museum. The museum houses exhibitions from various time periods from the Stone Age to the Roman era. Amongst the collections you’ll find coins, jewellery, sculptures as well as priceless treasures from Ancient Greek tombs.
Alternatively, to appreciate some fine examples of Byzantine art head over to the Byzantine Museum. You’ll find works spanning as far back as 1,500 years such as mosaic fragments, paintings, sacred vessels and historical books.
A trip to Nicosia wouldn’t be complete without sampling some of the famous (and powerful!) traditional Cypriot coffee. Brewed in a tall copper pot, this traditional brew certainly packs a punch. If coffee isn’t your thing, you could always take a trip to Nicosia’s only brewpub, Pivo Microbrewery. Step foot inside where you’ll be able to sample 4 different varieties of beers; take your pick from Bavarian weiss, pilsner, American IPA and dark lager straight from the tank. The design of the building is something to be admired too, this 100 year-old manor house is kitted out with stone walls, marble archways and wooden furniture giving it a real old-town vibe.
A trip to Cyprus wouldn’t be complete without sampling some traditional Cypriot souvlakia (grilled meat skewers) and mezze (a selection of small dishes which can range from dips such as tzatziki and hummus, fish cakes, grilled vegetables and meatballs)
There’s plenty of Nicosia worth exploring and we’ve highlighted just a fraction of it. Coach hire or bus rental is the perfect choice for sightseeing tours to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the city’s hidden gems. Contact Cyprus Bus Rentals today to see how our bus rentals and coach hire service can help you get the most out of your trip to Cyprus.
The meditteranian resort town of Ayia Napa is situated on the southeast coast of Cyprus. Famed as being the prime location for party goers, Ayia Napa boasts sun, sand and plenty of sites and attractions to keep you entertained during your stay.
Nissi Beach is the most famous beach in Ayia Napa and the perfect daytime or evening location. The Nissi Beach Bar is popular amongst locals and tourists alike and features some of the country’s best known DJs. If dance contents and foam parties aren’t your thing, there are plenty of other beaches for you to enjoy such as Konnos Bay. This is the perfect spot for getting away from the resort and back to nature.
For a fun filled day out that the whole family will enjoy, cool off from the blazing meditteranian heat with a trip to WaterWorld Ayia Napa. This award-winning Greek-themed water park offers plenty of fun for kids and big kids alike. From super fast water slides and flumes to slower paced lazy river boat rides and relaxing wave pools. There’s plenty of sun loungers, decks and sunbeds on offer too if you prefer to relax and watch from the sidelines.
Despite its reputation as a party town, you can still get your cultural fix in Ayia Napa. The city is home to one of Cyprus’ best museums, Thalassa Museum boasts a wide collection of human maritime history as well as collections of maritime artifacts such as fossils and shells and preserved specimens of starfish, turtles and other sea creatures.
There’s plenty of Ayia Napa worth exploring and we’ve highlighted just a fraction of it. Coach hire or bus rental is the perfect choice for sightseeing tours to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the city’s hidden gems. Contact Cyprus Bus Rentals today to see how our bus rentals and coach hire service can help you get the most out of your trip to Cyprus.
Nestled on the southwest coast of Cyprus, Paphos is a modern cosmopolitan city and the ideal location for sun seekers or families looking for a relaxing getaway.
The city boasts a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Tombs of the Kings. This ancient necropolis dates back to the 4th century BC. Features include large underground tombs which are thought to have been burial sites of Paphitic aristocrats.
Coral Bay is another top destination for tourists and locals alike. Noted for its sea caves and rocky headlands, it’s the perfect spot for swimming or just sitting back on a sun lounger and soaking up the sun.
Kato Paphos Archaeological Park is a stunning attraction close to the harbour. Explore remnants from the Roman era and structures dating back to prehistoric times.
The Medieval Castle of Paphos stands proudly guarding the harbour. It’s served as various things over the years including a salt warehouse and a prison. Now it enjoys its status as an emblem for the city and a cultural landmark.
You’ll find one of Cyprus’ most significant pilgrimage sites in Paphos. St. Paul’s Pillar is a structure of great historical significance. For yet more historical artifacts head over to Paphos Archaeological Museum which houses artefacts excavated from some of Paphos’ most famous archaeological sites.
For a fun filled day out that the whole family will enjoy head over to Aphrodite Water Park. With 17 rides and attractions, from heart pumping thrill rides to lazy river cruises there’s something for the big kids and little kids to enjoy.
There’s plenty of Paphos worth exploring and we’ve highlighted just a fraction of it. Coach hire or bus rental is the perfect choice for sightseeing tours to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the city’s hidden gems. Contact Cyprus Bus Rentals today to see how our bus rentals and coach hire service can help you get the most out of your trip to Cyprus.
The port city of Larnaca on the south coast of Cyprus combines the relaxed vibes of a beach holiday with the hustle and bustle of a busy town. Whatever you’re here for, Larnaca offers plenty of things to see and do whether you’re here for a week or a weekend.
For a cultural fix, there’s plenty of historical sites and attractions in Larnaca. The Medieval Castle of Larnaka dates back to the middle ages and is steeped in rich history. If you’re interested in Larnaca’s darker past, the western chamber of the castle was used for the execution of prisoners with the nearby gallows used until 1948.
The jewel in the city’s crown is the spectacular Mackenzie Beach. This is the perfect spot to spend a relaxing afternoon with the family as you stroll along the golden sands or swim in the glistening blue waters.
For something a bit different, head over to Larnaca Shooting Range where you can safely shoot a number of clay targets. You’ll be in safe hands with the fully-trained and knowledgeable staff. If you work up an appetite there’s even a restaurant onsite serving up some traditional Cypriot delicacies.
There’s plenty of Larnaca worth exploring and we’ve highlighted just a fraction of it. Coach hire or bus rental is the perfect choice for sightseeing tours to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the city’s hidden gems. Contact Cyprus Bus Rentals today to see how our bus rentals and coach hire service can help you get the most out of your trip to Cyprus.
Nestled on the southern coast of Cyprus, Limassol is famed for its centuries old Limassol Castle which houses the Cyprus Medieval Museum.
History buffs are sure to love a visit to Limassol Castle with its display of ancient coins, weapons and pottery from various points in the town’s rich history.
If you enjoy your trip to the castle you’re sure to love its sister attraction Limassol District Archaeological Museum. Inside you’ll find various artifacts on display ranging from Roman, bronze age and Hellenistic. Some of the most popular exhibits include a sculpture of the Roman God Bes and a pair of animal-shaped wine vessels.
For a fun filled day out that the whole family will enjoy, come and cool off at Fasouri Watermania. This popular waterpark offers 22 attractions for both kids and big kids alike. From pools to pack-slides to restaurants, you’ll need to spend a whole day here to make the most of the attractions on offer.
Another popular family attraction is the Limassol Zoo. The zoo is home to a number of exotic animals including meerkats and pygmy hippos. Limassol Zoo prides itself on the conservation on its dual function as an educational and scientific centre wholly dedicated to the conservation of the animals in their care. It may not be the world’s biggest zoo, but it’s certainly worth the trip.
There’s plenty of Limassol worth exploring and we’ve highlighted just a fraction of it. Coach hire or bus rental is the perfect choice for sightseeing tours to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the city’s hidden gems. Contact Cyprus Bus Rentals today to see how our bus rentals and coach hire service can help you get the most out of your trip to Cyprus.
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