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    • Hvar public transport

      Croatia Oct 21, 2016 at 2:32 AM

      Does Hvar island operate public transport to explore the island? Info. welcome. Is motor scooter hire a viable alternative €/day. Travel mid May 2017. Thks.

    • Best local currency exchange in Split

      Croatia Oct 17, 2016 at 6:36 AM

      I'm planning my first visit to Split, Croatia. Where's the best place for local currency exchange and for comparison purposes, what is the current exchange rate being offered for Kuna to the British pound. In UK, this about 8.3.
      Many thanks

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      boat/ferry to Kolocep Island from Dubrovnik

      Dubrovnik Sep 26, 2016 at 12:31 PM

      Hello, please can anyone tell me where we get the boat for Kolocep Island,in Dubrovnik? Is it near the cruise port? I believe the hotel on the island has its own boat for residents and there is a separate one for foot passengers just visiting. I have found one ferry but it only seems to go four times each day...... is this the only one does anyone know please? Many thanks in advance

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      ferry to Kolocep Island

      Otok Kolocep Sep 26, 2016 at 12:45 PM

      How often does the ferry from Gruz go to Kolocep Island on Sundays please...?

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      Private boat from Gruz to Kolocep Island

      Dubrovnik Sep 26, 2016 at 12:56 PM

      Sorry.....another question re boat to Kolocep Island...... I think we would rather take a private boat as the ferry does not have enough sailings on Sundays.... would it be easy enough to get a private water taxi and any idea of the cost please?...... Thanks a million.....we arrive Saturday 1st Oct!!!

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      Pag Croatia September clubbing?

      by DanielleO Online Now Jul 8, 2013 at 1:54 PM

      Hi we have booked flights to Zadar September 16th and we were planning to party in Pag however we have just been told that the clubs will not be open then, does anyone know if this is the case and will the bars still be open with a party atmosphere? we don't just want to party but we definitely want to go out when we are there and not sure if we need to change our flights. Does anyone know anything about Pag at this time of year as we are struggling to find anything on it.
      Thanks in advance

      4 Answers Jul 29, 2013 at 4:41 AM
    • Hvar - Pag - Zadar - Split - Zagreb - Dubrovnik - Plitvice lakes

      by skenno Online Now Apr 17, 2012 at 4:52 PM


      Planning to travel to Hvar - Pag - Zadar - Split - Zagreb - Dubrovnik on my trip around the balkans this september with one or two friends. some people on the forums are saying nothing will be happening in a lot of these areas in september i.e. it will be dead and it wont be worth going. will there still be a nightlife/bars open in september especially in zadar, pag, hvar and split?

      Also which would you recommend more? hvar or split if i had to choose between the two? is pag just for people into dance and electronic music? i sort of prefer rock music?

      Also i havent heard many good things about zagreb? is it not worth visiting.?

      please note that I am 22 so nightlife will be important. will be on a tight budget. but it will also be important to see some culture/history/scenery if possible. Also I will have limited time to spend so where should I spend more time?

      Also any more advice you have about these areas would help.

      I cant find good backpacking accommodation in a lot of these locations... it seems to be mainly hotels and guesthouses.... do they exist? recommend any?

      Is bus the best way to get between these locations? will it be expensive?

      Would be grateful if you could rank the 7 places in order of which I should definitely see i.e. 1 = must see

      Thanks in advance for your help

      2 Answers Apr 18, 2012 at 3:25 AM
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      Alternatives to Pag

      by schmechi Online Now Aug 11, 2010 at 1:01 PM

      We are a group of guys, aged 20-32, and we want to have some fun holidaying in Croatia. Researching the web it seems, that Pag (especially Zrce-Beach near Novalja) is considered as "party island"... At first sight Pag would fit, but there are two things, wether we do not know wether we'd really enjoy Pag: First of all, we are absolutely no techno-freaks. All of us prefer pubs with rock music instead of huge disco temples... Secondly we like sandy beaches, but as far as I realise, Zrce is a pebble beach...

      So could you recommend better fitting alternatives in Croatia?

      6 Answers Aug 13, 2010 at 1:28 PM
    • PAGUS 3* hotel

      by xobot Online Now Jul 29, 2006 at 2:23 PM

      Hello friends!

      I plan to visit the Island of Pag in August. Do You know something about PAGUS 3* (4*?) hotel? Is this a good place to be :)

    • PAGUS 3* hotel

      by xobot Online Now Jul 29, 2006 at 12:39 PM

      Hello friends!

      I plan to visit the Island of Pag in August. Do You know something about PAGUS 3* (4*?) hotel? Is this a good place to be :)

    • Help about a holiday in Pag

      by jj691 Online Now May 29, 2006 at 7:18 AM

      Hi, I'm hoping to spend a week in Pag at the start of Semptember with some friends and I'm just looking for a bit of information. We will probably be coming from Zagreb and I just want to make sure there is a bus running from there to Pag? Also, are there taxis on the island? Is it easy to get around? We are looking for a sun/beach holiday with a good nightlife. Is Novalja the right place for this? And lastly, can anyone recommend accommodation? I am looking for an apartment for about 60 Euro or less per night that will sleep 4 in the are of Novalja....? Thanks for your help!

      3 Answers Jun 2, 2006 at 5:23 AM
    • Travel from Venice to Pag?

      by haroula_ie Online Now Mar 25, 2006 at 12:46 PM

      I will be travelling to the Island of Pag in July. I will arrive in Opatija by ferry from Venice and I then wish to travel down to Pag.
      What is the best way of doing this? And how long will it take me to get there?
      I heard there's ferry crossings from Karlobag to Pag,is this true? and does anyone know the timetable or where i can find it?
      Is there another way of getting to the city of Pag?
      Hope someone has some answers for me

      2 Answers Jan 16, 2014 at 1:06 PM