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Travel to Croatia


Croatia is a small country, so trips from one city to another won't take much of your time.

By car

Travel to Croatia by car might be the best option >>

By bus

Going by bus is a fine option as well. When buying the ticket, make sure you ask whether the bus takes the high way or local roads and then see what suits you best. The fact that you will see more things if you take local roads is still standing. Buses depart rather often and all the places in Croatia are connected by them. Bus and train ticket prices are relatively similar, varying from one location to another. Keep in mind that there are various bus companies driving to the cities in Croatia, so the ticket prices also vary.

By train

One must agree that it's a unique experience and all major cities are connected (except Dubrovnik), but the trip does take longer. Also, trains don't depart very often and punctuality isn't their best trait. The ticket price is, like we have already mentioned, similar to the bus ticket price.

By boat/ferry


Some locations can be reached only by ship. If you decide to visit some islands, ferries, catamarans and various smaller ships and boats are the only means. There is also the option of traveling by ship along the entire coast, with visits to larger and some smaller places. This can be made into a great experience during summer, because departures are frequent. More info about travelling by boat or ferry >>

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By plane

If you do decide to go with this option, there are connections to all the major cities (Zagreb, Rijeka, Pula, Zadar, Split, the island Brač, Dubrovnik and Osijek). More info about travelling by plane >>


Hitchhiking is a common practice in Croatia. However, I'll say right now that there are certain risks connected to hitchhiking, since you have no clue who the person behind the wheel is. I also suppose you already know all that. You can hitchhike beside toll booths, since the employees won't mind. Beware that you could run into some having a bad day. They will probably tell you to stand in front the toll booths. Reaching the highway or toll booths could be a little tricky, but you can deal with that in each city differently.
Hitchhiking on local roads also works flawlessly, as more people take them in order to avoid paying the tolls and also to be able to enjoy the trip more, see and experience more, unless their only goal is to get from point A to point B.


On Facebook there is a group of people looking for other for carpooling (https://www.facebook.com/groups/trazim.nudim.prijevoz/) It's quite a hit in Croatia and with quite a few members. Group language is naturally Croatian, but don't let that discourage you. If you leave a post that you're looking for a ride from A to B in English, group members will get it for sure.

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