We will be in Zagreb from Saurday afternoon, August 13 and leaving Tuesday morning, August 16. If anyone is interested and available, we would love to meet for a drink or a meal. Just let me know and we can arrange time and place.
We will be in Dubrovnik from Monday afternoon, August 8 and leaving Thursday morning, August 11. If anyone is interested and available, we would love to meet for a drink or a meal. Just let me know and we can arrange time and place.
Friday next week (1/7) my friend and I want to be on the 08.00 bus from Dubrovnik to Mostar, and return with the bus at 17.40 the nest day. We would like to buy the tickets in advance, is that possible? balkanviator.com/en/bus-time...
The day after we want to take the 15.30 bus to Kotor. Also there we would like to buy tickets in advance, since we then will be four people. Any suggestions? balkanviator.com/en/bus-time...
If it is not possible to buy tickets in advance; do the buses get full?
Also, is it possible to store luggage at the bus station?
Thanks from Lena
Hi every one!
I'm planning to visit the Plitvice Lakes on July, we will depart from Zagreb at 8h40, visit the park and then we want to go to Split in the end of the day. If anyone can help me with some doubts:
1. There are a place to drop off our luggage? In the both entrances or just in one of them? And, it has a cost?
2. I found a bus ride from the lakes to Split that departs at 18h and arrives there at 21h30 for 22€, but I saw many comments on trips that take 5 hours and only departs earlier in the afternoon (14-16h) and other comments saying that if we go to the bus station and wait, we can just pick up one of the busses that are passing in the direction to Split and take one of them (someone said that he picked up the bus to Albania!) that is cheaper and faster. Anyone with information about this?
3. Other option is go by car from Zagreb, because it can worth the money. In the Lakes, there are car parking, it's for free? What do you think about this option?
Thank you in advance!
Hi all :)
I'm going to Split in mid October with my son for a week.
Firstly - should we only have accommodation in Split and then settle for day trips; or should we try to stay some where else too? Like a some days on an island or a village…something off track?
Then - I really like to focus on kid friendly activities and nature, something off track would be nice too, something to challenge my boy a bit :) Trying to avoid mass tourism a bit. We'll have to check out some of the amazing islands - but which ones?
Hope to get some hints - thanks a million!
Hi All, We are planning summer trip in Croatia from UK ( 2 adults and 2 kids ).
We have around 7 nights in Croatia. Thinking of following itinerary.
Day 1: Fly to Zagreb in the morning and drive to Plitvic Park and try and reach there by afternoon. Try and do a simple trail in the park if possible.
Day 2: Spend in Plitvic Park and travel to Split and reach there in the evening.
Day 3: Spend in Split.
Day 4. Travel to Dubrovnik
Day 5-8 : spend in Dubronvik and fly back on Day 8
Does this sound a very ambitious plan? My thinking behind this planning is that , we will spend some time in travelling, but will get to see Plitvic National Park, which seems to highly recommended, and then second part of the holiday, we will be relaxing in Dubronvik.
Can anybody see any obvious flaws in the plans e.g. any travel issues from Zagreb to Plitvic, or finding 2 nights accommodation in Split etc.
Ideally I would prefer a self catering apartment in Dubronvik and hotel in Plitvick and split.
Any ideas suggestions?
Hello my fellow VT's,
I've posted here before about a beach recomendation as I had 8 hours in Rijeka before flying to Split. Now, having changed the schedule of the flight, I only have 2:30 in Rijeka (from 9:30 to 12). In your opinion, is it possible to take a bus to Opatija, take a walk around (maybe a quick swim) and the bus back to Rijeka to be at the port at 12:00, taking the flight at 12:40? (It is a saturday in July)
What do you think? Is Opatija seafront worth visiting, if only for less than 2 hours?
Would you suggest anything different?
Once again, thank you very much!
Hi I am planning a trip from Venice to drive down the coast of Croatia, possibly Montenegro. I would like a ferry that is frequent, don't really have to book in advance, and not expensive, we are 2 adults, 2 kids and a car. I plan to go back to Bari, Brindisi or Ancona.
Car rental companies from Venice, Italy that allow travel to Slovenia, Croatia, maybe Serbia and Montenegro
Hello. Just wondering what is the company to avoid. I usually book with AutoEurope. Also, I heard about a green card, and fees. Thanks!
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