Hadjiantoni Anna Hotel Apartments

15, Evagorou Street, Kissonerga, Paphos, 8574, Cyprus
Hadjiantoni Anna Hotel Apartments
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Buses, Taxis and Restaurants?

by zoe256

Me & my boyfriend are off to Paphos in about a weeks time, we're staying in a friend's apartment at Geroskipou/Yeroskipou and I've been looking at the bus timetable and found there is only one bus that goes through there and the route is...

Route: Karavella parking, Market, Gladstonos, Gr. Digeni, Athinon, Arch, Makarios, Yeroskipou

Which would be the best stop to get off at if we wanted to go to the Harbour?

Also does anyone have any reccommendations for restaurants, ones that do salads, chips or pizzas are fine!

Are the taxis fairly reliable, will the come pick you up from most places?

Sorry for all the questions, it's the first time we've been away together on our own and we're a bit nervous! Thanks in advance :)

Re: Buses, Taxis and Restaurants?

by tango_jd

You will love Paphos as it has a lively Bar Street (pubs and clubs) a relaxing harbour (bars and cafes and walks) and a lovely seafront walk. A bit further out is Coral Bay (the best beaches).
Map - http://www.kypros-cyprus.com/maps/pafosdistrict.jpg
The restaurants are virtually all reasonably priced that I could see - even our hotel which was fantastic allowed visitors in for a buffet dinner at £8 Cyprus (its Euros now)- and those dinners were FAB.
The harbour houses lots of bars and restauarants and there are pizza/pasta places a-plenty too.
I believe Taxis are regulated and all charge the same sort of fixed prices in town. Best to check though.

Re: Buses, Taxis and Restaurants?

by leics

You are a bit of a way out from Pafos in Yeroskipou, but the village itself has restaurants/bars, as I recall.

You won't have any difficulty in finding plenty of places to eat, although prices are no longer as low as they once were. The harbour area is the most pricey, so best avoided; walk (some distance) away from the seafront to find better value (and, often, better food).

Re: Buses, Taxis and Restaurants?

by Tourtech

the # 10 and the # 15 busses both go by the Harbour. You can't miss it, there is a fort and a marina.

There is a pizza express in town, just a 5 minute walk from the Harbour since that is what you were interested in.

There are quite a few reasonable restaurants, look for linnens and candles. We recommend that you avoid any places that have a "3 course special". they tend to be lowest bidder food geared towards tourists not planning to return.

There is an indian place along the front road close to the Harbour, but I cannot remember the name.

Have a great time and safe travels!

Re: Buses, Taxis and Restaurants?

by tango_jd

How did you get-on? Did you enjoy it???

Travel Tips for Paphos

The Hamam

by globetrott

There is also a Hamam in the very centre of Paphos. A Hamham is the turkish steam-bath, that includes massages as well. I have not done it yet, but some day I will try it out for sure.
You ill find the hamam about 100 meters from the elevator that takes you from the large carpark to the upper part of town.

Petra tou Romiou - the birthplace of Aphrodite

by globetrott

Petra tou Romiou is the birthplace of Aphrodite and it is in fact a great place with some rocks on the beach and hundreds of hearts arranged by stones on the beach -see some of my best pics about this under "local customs" here or on my"Pissouri-page" !
You will find this place when driving the coastroad to Paphos,there is a souvenirshop and a restaurant as well.

WKD nights

by stewartbel

Paphos has totaly wkd nightlife. Ayia Napa is deffinitely the best place where to have fun, but Paphos is right behind.
What ever u want to do after 20:00h, go to St.Antoniou street and you'll find(get) anything u want (ANYTHING).
Clubs: "Rainbow", "Starsky&Huch" (don't miss to visit), Boogies...

Service comes with a free smile :)

by piersend about Seriani's Restaurant

This is a really welcoming place, as in a lot of these Restaurants, if the bill comes to so much you get complementary drinks after the meal. The food was great, last time we came here we had the Meze, which is only to be handled if you're very hungry! On Fridays they have a traditional Greek music dancing night-this is well worth going to-at the end one of the waiters does a traditional dance with a column of glassess on his head, then everyone gets coaxed up in a conga line round the Restaurant and out in the street-great fun! (see travelogue)-eventually! Lamb Kleftico.
Kids Burger (enormous).
Stifado.
Keftedes.

Tomb of the Kings

by kayleigh06

Spread over a vast area, these impressive underground tombs date back to the 4th century BC. They are carved out of solid rock with some being decorated with Doric pillars. It wasn't actually Kings that were buried here, but it was the tombs gave the Arcaeologcal site its name.

We had been told be someone else that there wasn't much there. A mile away from the harbour and only 50 cents on the number 10 bus. It's located on the Tombs of the Kings Road leading to Coral Bay. There is ony an entrance fee of only 75 cents and it's free on a Sunday. A handy guide book only costs one pound if you want one. Beware this site is exposed, so take water with you as it gets very hot. There is not much shade at all and when we was there there was no breeze so just pure heating beating down on us constantly. If there's children take extra care due to steep drops at all the tombs. Wonderful views of the sea and surrounding area. Take camera with you. Give yourself at least 1 and half to 2 hours to walk round as the areas.

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