IKEA – Welcome to Cyprus

IKEA will open its first branch in Cyprus on September 6th in Nicosia. It will be located in the Shacolas Emporium Park in Latsia on the old Nicosia-Limassol road. I am yet to see the IKEA brochure widely available in Cyprus, but i heard that the prices are very attractive, in some cases even comparable to the prices in US and that means only one thing – very cheap. Whether you are shopping or window-shopping inside IKEA, it is a great experience. I remember, when i was in San Jose and we visited IKEA to buy an energy-saving bulb, we were shocked to see the different varieties of bulbs available. So shocked and confused that we came back not knowing which one to buy!
Source : Cyprus Mail
Update: I have already been to IKEA two times and it is a wonderful place to spend time and I always end up buying some stuff or the other. If you are driving from Limassol, take the roundabout when Nicosia (don’t go over the bridge, but under it to the roundabout), then take the last exit (turn right) and then turn left at the first roundabout. You will then reach the backside of IKEA where you will find signs to reach the parking.

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5 Responses

  1. Vasili says:

    I wish there were some English language labels or signs in IKEA for foreigners or TurkishCypriot compatriots.

  2. holidays in cyprus says:

    It’s very handy if you want to deck out a holiday home on a budget. They deliver for free, as long as you live in a house or ground floor apartment. If they have to climb stairs, you have to pay. Takes around 2-3 days for delivery and it’s around a 45 minute drive from Protaras for your information.

  3. pam chilton says:

    Hi .
    I have a holiday home in Paphos and want to furnish my apartment with Ikea furniture. Do you do home delivery to that region?
    Pam Chilton

  4. Rajaram S says:

    Yes, they do to most parts of Cyprus, but at a price.

  5. al makdisi says:

    went to IKEA today for large purchases. What on Earth were they thinking when there are no signs in English? All over the island signs are in both Greek and English and almost all Cypriots speak English, but the important point is that there is a very large foreign population. An good example of poor management and lack of quality control from IKEA HQ. Other than that the store is well arranged and the usual IKEA products are available. Restaurant is the usual excellent standard with WIFI.

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