Green Motion Nicosoa is situated at Kolokasides roundabout, opposite the University of Nicosia in Engomi.
Please call 00357 22 860 114 if you need assistance.
1, Markou Drakou Str, Engomi
Further information to help with your car rental from Nicosia
After you’ve safely landed in Cyprus and collected your hire car from Green Motion Nicosia, we know that you will be ready to get your car on the road and explore.
If you are unfamiliar with driving in Cyprus, it is important to remember that you must drive on the left hand side of the road and overtake on the right. We also recommend that you consider hiring a GPS (SatNav) to ensure that you arrive safely and quickly at your destination.
Enjoy your car hire in Cyprus
If this is your first time driving a car in Cyprus, our advice is to stay calm and take your time. As already mentioned, remember to drive on the left and we’d also recommend for your own peace of mind to consider hiring a GPS to ensure you can navigate around Cyprus with relative ease (ask at the rental counter for details).
When travelling on the motorway, the maximum speed is 100 km/h (65 km/h as the minimum). Signs on the motorway are green and generally written in both Greek and English. The speed limit in built-up areas is 50 km/h. For your own safety it is important that you obey the local traffic and speed restrictions.
Parking isn’t overly expensive and spaces are relatively easy to find in the city. Once you have found a spot, you will need to put money into the parking meter so keep some spare change on yourself.
Should you require any assistance while in Cyprus, emergency services can be contacted by calling 112 for police, firefighters and medical services.
For further advice and information on renting a car in Cyprus and enjoying the best offers and discounts we have on offer, remember to get a car rental quote from greenmotion.com. Alternatively you can contact Green Motion's Central Reservation team by calling +44 (0) 2071864000.
Green Motion Nicosia are looking forward to meeting your car hire needs in Cyprus.
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For any assistance please contact Central Reservations on +44 (0) 2071864000 or [email protected]
The city of LEFKOSIA (still widely known as south Nicosia by locals) is by far the largest city on Cyprus, though by international standards it is still pretty small.
Until 1974 Nicosia was the capital of the unified island; now the southern half, Lefkosia, forms the capital of the republic while the northern half, known as Lefkoşa is the capital of the Turkish occupied TRNC. When the Berlin Wall fell, Nicosia became the last divided capital in the world.
Within the walls, South Lefkosia’s main tourist area lies between Ledra Street (also known as Lidras), which runs north from the D’Avila Bastion to the checkpoint into north Cyprus, and Aischylou which parallels it to the east. Much of this area is pedestrianized, and contains the touristy Laiki Geitonia traditional quarter, the Leventis Museum, the Shacolas Tower, within which is the Ledra Museum and Observatory, the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation and Museum, and the Faneromeni Church. Just to the east of Aischylou is the Cyprus Postal and Philatelic Museum.