Valbiska to Merag

Valbiska to Merag is a popular car ferry crossing that serves primarily passengers traveling by car, motorcycle, or bicycle from the mainland via Krk island to the island of Cres and further to Losinj island. This ferry line (locally known as route 332) is very convenient as Krk Island is connected by a bridge with … Read more Valbiska to Merag

Cavtat to Dubrovnik & Dubrovnik to Cavtat

Getting between Cavtat and Dubrovnik is a very popular route, pretty straightforward as Cavtat is connected by regular bus lines to Dubrovnik. There is also a small ferry boat between these two places. The cheapest and most convenient way to get between these two places is to use the local bus. The alternative is a taxi, Uber, water taxi, or ferry boat. Here is … Read more Cavtat to Dubrovnik & Dubrovnik to Cavtat

Island Hopping from Split

Island Hopping from Split is a very good choice. Split is a convenient transportation hub for the whole area (the airport is nearby, ferries are there, buses too) so the town is a very good starting point for island-hop to all islands in the archipelago including Dubrovnik too.This article covers a selection of options for … Read more Island Hopping from Split

Dubrovnik to Vis & Vis to Dubrovnik

Getting from Dubrovnik to Vis island or Vis to Dubrovnik involves several options – you can get there by passenger ferry, car ferry, bus & ferry, or private transfer. The total distance between Dubrovnik and Vis island is just under 160 kilometers. There are no flights between the two places and no train connections. Here are … Read more Dubrovnik to Vis & Vis to Dubrovnik

Getting around Croatia

Croatia is a fairly small country that features over 1700 km of coastline and hundreds of islands. Getting around Croatia is fairly straightforward if you plan your transport in advance. The transport options include flying, driving, bus, ferry, taxi, uber and private transfers. Here is what is available: Public Transport Croatia has a very good … Read more Getting around Croatia

Getting to Croatia

The quickest, easiest and cheapest way to get to Croatia is by plane. Croatia has five main international airports that are also the main points of entry in Croatia: Zagreb, Pula, Zadar (airport), Split (airport) and Dubrovnik airports handle the majority of scheduled and charter flights from Europe and North America. The busiest airport in Croatia is … Read more Getting to Croatia