There is no Uber service in Corfu I think generally in Greece but there are some companies that make private trasportations. Maybe you can use something like that if you do not wish to call a taxi.
How do you move around in Corfu?
The best way to get around Corfu is by bus or on foot. Renting a car is also an option if you’re itching to explore the island and want more flexiblility. If you just plan on lounging by the beach your whole vacation or are staying central to Corfu Town, your own two feet should suffice.
Are there plenty of taxis at Corfu airport?
Taxis are available when the airport is operating. Taxis towards and from Corfu airport are available 24 hours a day, all days of the week. It takes 10 minutes to get from the airport to the city of Corfu and the cost of a taxi is about 10€.
Is Corfu expensive?
Like many beach destinations in Europe, Corfu can be expensive due to higher tourist demand and limited space on the island. But Greece is still a fairly affordable country compared to other places in Europe, so deals can be found.
Is Corfu Greece safe?
Corfu is one of the safest tourist destinations in Europe.
Are taxis in Corfu safe?
Corfu taxi complaints and safety
As Corfu is an island, taxis are highly monitored, so you shouldn’t have any problems during your journey. Having said that, sometimes unlicensed drivers may pick you up and try to scam you.
Are there buses in Corfu?
There are two kinds of buses in Corfu: the blue buses that cover short distances near Corfu Town and the green buses that go further around the island. The blue buses usually depart from San Rocco Square in Corfu Town and reach the port, Kanoni, Mandouki, Benitses, Achillion, Gouvia and Kontokali.
How much is a taxi from Corfu airport to Gouvia?
The quickest way to get from Corfu Airport (CFU) to Gouvia is to taxi which costs €21 – €26 and takes 11 min.
Do they speak English in Corfu?
Corfu – English widely spoken – no language issues ever reported, especially in places like Perama and Benitses. Will be fine using English in restaurants, shops and bars. Corfiots will respond well to you trying a few words in Greek though. Crete – No language issues in the major towns and resorts.
What currency is used in Corfu?
Just like the rest of Greece, the currency in Corfu is the Euro. You’ll find plenty of ATMs throughout the main towns on the island, but it’s useful to have a small amount of cash before you leave, so you don’t spend the first few hours of your holiday looking for a bank or ATM.
Can you smoke at Corfu airport?
Smoking: You cannot find any smoking facilities inside the terminal at Corfu Airport. Smoking is only allowed in designated areas outside the terminals. If you are on a connecting flight, you will have to enter Corfu and smoke outside the terminal.
Can you drink water in Corfu?
Although tap water is safe in Corfu, bottled water tastes much better! Drugs are not tolerated. Possession of even small quantities can result in lengthy imprisonment and large fines.
Can you flush toilet paper in Corfu?
All apartments in Corfu usually warn customers not to put toilet paper down the toilet, certainly no Ladies ‘pads’ etc….. these items swell in water and block the sewers. They usually ask you to put all toilet paper into the pedal bin next to the toilet!
What should I avoid in Greece?
10 Things Tourists Should Never Do in Greece, Ever
- Show too much skin when visiting a church.
- Rely only on credit cards.
- Take a passive-aggressive attitude with smokers.
- Take photos of military installations.
- Throw paper in the toilet.
- Eat or drink in the metro in Athens.
- Do the moutza.