We are heading to Cres/Krk and possibly Rab.
Trying to understand where to base ourselves for the 7 days or so.
We can hire a car but don't really want to have to drive all the time.
We are more interested in getting to nice beaches and being able to access good food easily.
Is Cres a good location? Martinscica?
Any benefit to stay on Krk or Rab or just do day trips.
Quite challenging to find this info anywhere. Help :)
What budget airlines fly from Genoa/Milan to Dubrovnik? Or train perhaps? Not keen on using the sea transport, thanks
Hi we are trying to find a way to travel from Rovinj to Zadar in late May. Train travel doesn't seem to be the way to go and it is too early for ferries as they don't start until June. I have searched for a bus from Rovinj and Pula to Zadar but cannot find anything. Have searched the Bus Croatia and nothing. We just can't seem to find any options for us apart from hiring a car which we'll only do if there's no other option. Do any of you Croatian travellers have any suggestions? Would be most appreciated. Thanking you in advance :-)
I understand the best way (other than flying) to travel to Budapest from Zadar is by bus. I am however having some trouble finding schedules or sites where I can get info regarding timetables and prices. It is my first time travelling to Croatia and to Budapest so I appreciate if anyone can offer advice.
Thank you! :)
i am planning to go to Croatia from Bombay by flight via Frankfurt. i shall be holding Schengen tourist visa, as after Croatia i shall go onwards to Slovenia and Austria.
my question is do i need a separate Croatia visa , or will my schengen visa be ok? i shall be changing flights at Frankfurt airport, and i am not sure if passport control will be at frankfurt or at Dubrovnik, croatia.
MAYBE A MISTAKE, BUT WE ARE FLYING TO PULA AND WANT TO SEE SOME OF THE AREA, AS FAR AS RVOVINJ/POREC THEN GET TO PLITVIC LAKES AND SPEND TIME ON RAB OR KRK BEFORE FLYING BACK -14 DAYS. WE ARE OVER 65 AND LIKE A MIXTURE OF BEACH/SEA AND SIGHTSEEING AND HISTORY. MAYBE EVEN VENICE BUT THINK THIS TOO PRICEY 140E RETURN??? + TIME FACTOR. WOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR ANY COMMENTS/SUGGESTIONS. THANKS
I am travelling to Croatia in August with a friend. We are arriving in Dubrovnik and will spend a few days there. What route should we take that will have us ending in Split to fly home. We are interested in seeing lots of beaches and some good nightlife at the same time as find some of Croatia's most hidden charms. Can anyone recommend a route and how to get from each place(boat, train, bus) We are 21 Years of age so looking to have a great time and meet lots of people.
Hope you can help,
We'll go to an "Around the balkans" trip in April (2014). We are searching for places where we can camping. Our first stop is gonna be near Osijek or Dakovo (Croatia) but can't find any campsite to stay. If you have any advise or recommendation please share it with me. Thanks a lot!
We are renting a car in italy and driving all the way to Dubrovnik & back. We have Cross Border passes for Slovenia and Croatia but someone told me that we will have to also cross Bosnia. Will we need a Cross Border pass for this and in case how much does it cost. Otherwise is the only alternative crossing by Ferry and how much will that cost for 1 car + 4 passengers. can't seem to find much info about the Ferry crossing or timetables ;-(
Thanks for taking the time to answer! I've found only a few so far myself, including a memorial in Porec, and a good one in Podgora. I'm sure there are plenty more in inconspicuous locations :) I'll be visiting places like Pula, Karlovac, Zagreb, Slavonski Brod, Osijek etc, so hoping to hear from you soon :)
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