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How to arrive to Croatia

      - By car
      - By bus
      - By ship
      - By airplane
      - By train

- By car -
For entry and driving through Croatia you need a insurance green card and valid driving license. During summer months traffic at the border entrances is more densely, what can cause short hold ups. Toll is charged on the highways and bridges.
Gas stations are opened from 7 - 20 h (in the summer till 22 h), some of the work non-stop (0 - 24). Unleaded fuel is present at all gas stations and it is marked with green label. Road informations you can regurarly hear on the Croatian Radio translated in several laguages.
Traffic rules: In Croatia cars drive on the right side. If the traffic signs don't say otherwise, speed limits are 130 km/h on highways and semi-highways, 100 km/h on roads with two lanes, 50 km/h in populated place i 80 km/h outside populated areas. Road fines depend on severity of violation. Allowed alchocol limit in blood is 0,0 ppm.
Rent-a-car: Driver has to be over 23 and posses driving license. Many international rent-a-car agencies have their own offices in major Croatian cities.

- By bus -
Regural international bus lines conect Croatia with Austria, Italia, Hungary, France, Germany, Bosna and Herzegovina. This kind of transportation is the cheapest if you come to Croatia from eastern Europe. Croatia has also quality developed national bus lines net, that reaches to the smallest places on the coast. Information at the Zagreb bus station: tel. +385 (0)1 313 333.

- By sea -
Regural travel and ferry lines work between Italian (Venice, Trieste, Ancona, Pescara and Bari) and Croatian ports. Daily ferry line connects Rijeka and Split during whole year. Line continues to Dubrovnik 3 times a week. Ferries that travel from Rijeka to south part of coast are good solution for drivers can avoid truly nice but hard ride along the Adriatic coast. Informations: Jadrolinija, Riva 16, 51000 Rijeka, phone: +385 (0)51 330 899, fax: +385 (0)51 213 116. All ports, including those on the islands are available to regular ferry lines. During summer season ferry rides are more frequent.