Holiday-makers should take into account that local restaurants and taverns have very attractive prices. The average bill in local restaurants is about 10-15 euros for a full three-course dinner.
It is customary to leave a tip in restaurants and cafes; it makes out about 10% of the total bill. When paying at a little cafe, you can just round the resulting amount to any convenient sum. It is advisable to leave a small tip to the maid at the hotel, as well to the guide and taxi driver.
The most common public transport is a bus; you can easily travel throughout the city using it. If necessary, you can reach any part of the island by bus. Travelers who are staying on holiday as a great company are recommended to use a taxi.
Vacationers aren’t recommended to overtaste national food and to drink tap water. This may affect the process of acclimatization.
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