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getting to split

by tommybanana Online Now Jul 3, 2009 at 3:25 PM

hi we arrive at 9.30 in the evening and the car we had hired fell through.
now I can't find any cars for less than 800@euro for 2 weeks.

how much would it cost to get a taxi to split? how long woulod it take cos we were hoping to get the ferry to split at 23.59;

I think it is going to be too much to get a taxi and no joy to get a car so we should spend the night in zadar and get a bus the next day - I believe bus is better for zadar split than train...

any advice welcome - where to hire a car, place to stay near zadar, how to get to split etc



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    Re: getting to split

    by TheWanderingCamel Online Now Jul 3, 2009 at 5:51 PM

    Bus next day is definitely your best option, the train takes twioce as long for a start and the last one for the day goes before your plane lands! Buses go constantly throughout the day and the Croatian bus services are both reasonably priced and efficient - here's the timetable

    Nearly all Zadar's hotels are out of the town centre, in an area called Puntamika, about 5km north-west of the city, across the other side of the harbour. There's only one hotel in the very centre, the new four star Hotel Bastion.

    We stayed at the Hotel-Restaurant Niko just a couple of weeks ago - very nice. 120 euro a night, lavish breakfast included - well above our usual level - we paid 50 euro a night mostly for apartments.

    Here's a link to it and some others

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