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for bus timetables, look on tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfo and press the union jack symbol at the bottom of the page. That will give you the site in english. you can also go by ferry, see tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfo although frequency leaves something to be desired.. There is no train line bewteen Split and Dubrovnik.
Answer 1 of 8: Hi I am looking at the best was to travel form Split to Piran, (Slovenia). I have found a company that you hire you private driver and can stop off on the way at certain towns for approximately Euro. I cant seem to find a train that goes all.
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Answer 1 of 9: We are planning a trip to Slovenia and Croatia in August. During our 2nd week, we will be renting a car and driving from Lake Bojinj to Rijeka and taking an overnight Ferry to Split. We will spend 2 nights in Split and then we have 3 nights left to.
Answer 1 of 4: Hello everyone, My wife, two kids (ages 14 and 15), and I are interested in a trip to Croatia and several other countries next year. After some research, the following is an itinerary I've put together. The goal is to split time between.
Hello! I am planning a Europe trip this June.. I need to know how to get to Split from Bled via Bus or Train (if deemed not too expensive)?. I know there are no direct routes, but i don't want to end up in Split too late in the night given all the hops and changes that may be involved between Bled to Split, hence would like to know the cheapest route on offer.