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D. F. Tudmana bb, Kastel Stafilic, Split, 21310, Croatia
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Costs 48% less and rated 11% higher than other 3 star hotels

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by anitayusof

I will be travelling to some Eastern Europe countries end of November for 5 weeks on a shoe string budget. I know its not the best of time, but that is the only time that I can get long holidays. Plz advise me on the cheapest mode of transportation (bus / train) to the following destinations - fare, duration of the journey & if there is any online booking or night travelling (to save on accomodation). Plz gv me the link in english version, else I wont udstand anything...If the list below isn't possible and I nd to split the journey, plz help me out.
Prague - Brno
Brno - Cesky Tesin
Cieszyn - Krakow
Krakow - Zakopane
Zakopane - Poprad (both are in the High Tatras region, so is it worth seeing both or one is enough)?
Long distance Poprad - Cluj Napoca or is it possible to do Sighisoara straight away as Sighi is more interesting than Cluj?
Cluj / Sighi - Brasov
Brasov - Sibiu (Can I finish seeing both in 1 day)?
Long distance Sibiu - Budapest
Budapest - Pecs
Pecs - Sarajevo
Sarajevo - Mostar
Mostar - Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik - Split
Split - Plitvice Lake
Plitvice Lake - Zagreb
Zagreb - Vienna
Vienna - back to Prague for flight home


by TheWanderingCamel

There's an overnight train from Budapest to Sarajevo that goes vis Pec, leaving there (Pec) at about 8.40 and arriving in Sarajevo at about 5.40. Haven't taken that one yet but it's on an agenda I have for my own Eastern European journey.

I have taken the train from Sarajevo to Ploce (it stops at Mosstar on the way) and can thoroughly recommend it. It leaves Sarajevo at 7am and arrives in Mostar at about 9.

There's a direct bus from Mostar to Dubrovnik - it takes about 3 hours. Buses leave at 7am, 10ish and 12.30 - check first in case there are minor changes. You can buy bus tickets in advance at the bus station in Mostar, not a bad idea as some originate in Sarajevo and may arrive in Mostar almost full. The bus station staff are helpful and speak English.

Dubrovnik to Split is a busy route with buses all through the day - it takes about 5 hours.

Split to Plitvice Lake - timetable -

Here's a good site for general information about bus travel in Croatia


by anitayusof

Thanks for the infos. I will check the links :)

Travel Tips for Split

Need internet, a book or info? Backpacker's C@fe!

by tarabo

It's near the Post Office, at the beginning of the quey side road that leads to the ferries.
Kneza Domagoja Obala.
I found a very kind and English speaking person that helped me as well as giving me an espresso and water at 5 kn (elsewhere 7 kn, if walk far enough from the Riva you can get it at 4 kn).
The place is not only a cafe but has second hand books in many languages and internet. If you buy a book you get some internet time for free.

Typical scenes

by acemj

Outside of the Old Town, you'll find some typical neighborhoods with people milling about, sweeping their steps or just hanging out in their windows watching the world go by. I also noticed that many people hang their clothes out to dry in the open air like you see here in this picture taken in the neighborhood on the hill overlooking the Old Town, Veli Varos.

Hajduk Split. Famous football...

by bonio

Hajduk Split. Famous football team with an impressive stadium. Sadly no game while we were there but the ground is worth a look! A 10 minute walk along Zrinjsko Frankospanska, I saw bus no 3 travelling that way too. Hajduk Split website should give more info.

There are Boats of All Sizes Going Places

by BruceDunning

From the harbor just south of the Rive Blvd, there are a number of boats that transport people to close by islands, in addition to taking them to other cities; some far away. This is the vogue thing for many to partake and enjoy the scenery of island greenery, or get to another destination.

Fife for the Locals Hang Out

by BruceDunning about Fife Restaurant

The food is of good quality in that the local people come here to eat, and return a lot. The business is good and the turnover of tables shows that people come, eat and go home. The lamb was pretty good, and unexpected was all the peas in the dish. Stew was $9 and the sardine/calamarie $10. Sardines were done to perfection. The Beer/pivo price was the item you need to watch, at $5 a beer, and wine $6 a glass. They get you there


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