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Electricity & Electronics in Paphos

Are you planning a trip to the Mediterranean paradise of Paphos? If so, you must be prepared for potential power issues and know what electronics you need.

Fortunately, this guide provides all the details about electricity in Paphos: from voltage requirements and plug types to the best places to buy adapters or converters if needed.

Traveling with confidence is easy when you’re informed!

Read on for everything travelers need to know about using their devices while visiting this unique destination.

Electricity & Electronics in Paphos

Electricity in Paphos

In Paphos and Cyprus, we use 240V/Hz50 and a three-pin socket, like in the UK – so if you’re British, you’ll feel right at home regarding electricity and driving on the left!

The Cyprus socket is a British type G socket (a socket with a safety pin in its upper part) and an adapter for a type G socket.

Therefore it is recommended to have an adapter for such a socket in advance.

Another option is to purchase an adapter in Cyprus itself.

Adapters can be purchased in most stores, supermarkets, kiosks, and the famous Jumbo store.

In some hotels, you can borrow them for a deposit, so it is best to check with the reception.

In addition, you may have a voltage converter or transformer if the device isn’t designed for 240.

Be sure to check the label on your device before plugging it in.

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Using Electronics and WiFi in Paphos

You won’t have trouble using your gadgets in Paphos – WiFi is available in hotels, most restaurants, cafes, and other public places.

You will find Irons and hairdryers in most of the big hotels in Paphos.

If you need internet access on the go, consider getting a prepaid mobile data plan from one of the local operators, such as CYTA or MTN.

Another option is using eSim cards – please read my guide about Phone and Internet services in Paphos for further information.

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In conclusion

Paphos is an excellent place for tech-savvy travelers who want to stay connected.

From voltage converters and adapters to WiFi hotspots and data plans, you can keep your devices powered up and running during your time in Paphos.

So don’t forget to pack your electrical gadgets and ensure they’re compatible with the power in Paphos before you go.

Now that you know everything about electricity and electronics in Paphos, all there is left to do is enjoy your stay!

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