Cypriot customs and traditions

Cypriot customs and traditions

Cypriots are known for their generosity, friendliness and hospitality and foreigners will love the warm welcome. You will often hear 'Kalos orisate' (Welcome!) and 'Kopiaste’ (Come join us!). HospitalityIf you are invited to someone’s home, you will be surely treated like royalty. There’s loads of food and coffee and besides that you are normally not allowed ...
Business Formation

Business Formation

The main steps in establishing a new business in Cyprus are: Application for approval of a business name (with the Registrar of Companies), at a cost of EUR8.54 for a standard application, or EUR25.63 for an urgent application in 2010Registration of a company or partnershipApplication for a business licence, where necessaryRegistration with Cyprus tax authorities for personal ...
Health care in Cyprus

Health care in Cyprus

The World Health Organization ranks Cyprus as one of the healthiest countries in the Mediterranean. Since the country’s independence from Britain in 1960, the government’s main priorities have been health and preventative medicine. Consequently the quality of healthcare in Cyprus is high and life expectancy statistics compare favourably with those of other west...
Cost of Living

Cost of Living

No doubt you would like to try to estimate how far your euros will stretch and how much money (if any) you will have left after paying your bills. The cost of living is relatively low in Cyprus, with prices around 25 per cent lower than in most northern European countries. Limassol was recently highlighted as one of the five least expensive cities in Europe. As expected, price...
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