We are coming to Zadar for 10 days in September (from 6th until 16th) and staying near to the old town part. We want to eat good local/national food, see interesting things ( I already know all the tourstic things, like sea organs,The Greeting to the Sun, Peoples square and others, maybe You can tell smth more local, good places to go, to eat, to take a look etc.?). We are going by car, so if it is not in the center in the city it is Ok.
And also we want to go clubbing a few evening there, which one is the best bar/club in Zadar, where prices ar not in the sky? :)
I would be gratefull for any answer! Thank You!
We want to go to Croatia next week, and to do so we must fly into Zagreb (we are affiliated with Airfrance and they only fly to Zagreb). We want to spend a few days in Croatia then fly to Italy (Naples). However, the main attraction for us in Croatia is the beautiful coastal waters and the waterfalls, etc at national parks. What would be a recommended itinerary for us? We're young and don't mind high activity and lots of traveling, but obviously want time to enjoy. We just need to end up at a city with an airport (we were thinking Dubrovnik)...
We are a family of 4 going Island hopping. First stop Murter then hoping to sail to Levrnaka. Apparently there is a camping site there run by the owners of the restaurant. Does anyone have any experience of this? We have been told the best boat to get there is Barbarinac?
A friend of mine are touring Croatia by Sailboat and get to spend the days/nights on the islands. Vis, Korkula, HVAR, Stari Grad, Bobovisca, Split and Dubrovnik.
Would love input on great things to do--hikes, walking tours, beaches, motor bike rentals, restaurants, bars, nights clubs, etc.
I am travelling to Rovinj Istria to go to a festival. We are going over a few days before the festival starts so we are looking for a town/city that would accomadate a group of young people in their 20's that want to go out in a place full of nightclubs and good bars. We are willing to go anywhere around the Istria region travelling should not be a problem.
What is the best way to get from Rijeka Airport to Krk Town? Are there frequent buses that do not require booking? There seems to be limited information online - I can just find that Taxis are very expensive...
Thanks in advance for any help!
We're planning to visit both Italy and Croatia, and it's getting complicated by the timetables, possible delay of arrival flight, and less ferries back in October. We're going to reserve a ferry (with cabin) from Ancona to Split and back, and I have the timetables of Blue Lines and Jadrolinija.
I looked at the Tripadvisor posts, and one company had some "terrible" comments, the other had no bad opinions. I wonder if this has some basis to prefer the company without complaints.
I already discovered that the prices of J. were double than B, but then B. adds the taxes at the end of the reservation and this brings us to the same price.
I currently live in the UK and I am popping to Croatia for 3 days next month and I would like to be able to use a bit of Google Maps, check-in to places on Facebook etc.
I guess I'd need 500 MB. Any more would be a bonus.
Ideally, I wouldn't want to pay more than £15/145 Croatian kuna.
I am going to Croatia in September for Outlook festival but I am coming a few days early as the flight is cheaper and we wanted to look around a bit first. We are flying into Rijeka airport as the flights are cheaper which I believe is on the island of krk on the 31st of aug. We wanted to either stay on the island for the night and the next day travel to the island of Pag and then back to Pula by evening of the 2nd of aug.
Do you think its worth even staying in Rijeka at all or going straight to Pag? Also what is the quickest/cheapest option to get from Rijeka to Pula? I hear there is a bus but does anyone know long it takes/how much it is?
I was told Croatia has some amazing beaches to visit in the summer so I booked some flights to the capital before even really looking to see how far it was from the coast. Turns out Zagreb is very inland :P
I will arrive at Zagreb at 4:35pm on a Friday afternoon and depart from Zagreb at 2:40pm on the following Monday, so I have a few days to spare. I also haven't booked any hostels yet, which also helps.
So, are there any buses/trains/coaches from Zagreb to a nice beach? Preferably, the beach would be next to a city or busy other location so I can do some sightseeing :)
Cheers, guys and gals!
I am flying into Zadar on 05 August at 13:00 and need to somehow get to Stinica for the ferry to Rab but I can not seem to find any information on how to do this?
Landing at 13:00 means we will have missed the Novalja ferry that morning so that is out.
From my understanding, we can get the Zadar - Rijeka bus and get off somewhere on the main road to head for Stinica?
If this is true, does anyone know how long it takes to get from Zadar to this point what the stop to get off at is called? And also, what options are there for getting from this point down to the ferry at Stinica?
Any suggestions on this route, or any other route you may have for getting to Rab from Zadar, would be so very much appreciated !!
I am getting a flight into Rijeka and want to travel on to the island of Pag. What is the quickest and cheapest way of getting there. Taxis are coming up as really expenisve. Are there any buses or trains?
I also arrive on a sunday (31st of aug)
Thanks for your help! :)
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