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Forum Posts

what is the easiest way to get to novi travnik from zadar?

by crolley


I am visiting some friends in Novi Travnik in a couple of weeks time. I know you can get a bus from split, but are there any from Zadar-Travnik? Or Zadar- Zenica or Sarajevo? I could get another bus from there. Also any idea how often they go? Thank you!

Re: what is the easiest way to get to novi travnik from zadar?

by TheWanderingCamel

Try contacting these people - their website says they can help you find buses to get to Sarajevo and Zenica, though I 'd be prepared for them to say you need to go via Split

Re: what is the easiest way to get to novi travnik from zadar?

by jirzi

twice daily then carrier JELINAK d.o. operates a line from Zadar to Usora via Split, Kupres, Travnik, Zenica.
Zadar. dep. 07:30 and 12:40, Travnik, arr. 14:24 and 19:25.
Ticket 48 BAM (24 EUR), return 74 BAM (37 EUR)
(e-mail from Jelinek d.o.o.)


Re: what is the easiest way to get to novi travnik from zadar?

by crolley

Thanks guys!!

Travel Tips for Zadar

Great tourist information & late opening!

by croatia2006

If You did not get very good service in a tourist office somewhere else in Croatia, You still should count on seasonal tourist office in Zadar. We arrived there in the evening and this office was open until midnight (during July and August 2006)!!! Very friendly staff with good knowledge and great service attitude.

Location in the centre: corner of Narodni Trg and Mihe Klaica

Btw, in Zadar it is very nicely put all the information of the history and sights on boards around the town!

St. Crysogamus Church

by croisbeauty

The belfry of the church was started in 1485, but the work progressed very slowly and it reached the present height in 1546, though it was never completed.
Four beautiful statues in white marble were placed on the altair in 1717, representing the patron saints of the city: Anastasia, Zoilus, Grysogonus and Simeon. The look of the rear side of St. Crysogamus Church

Friendly people all around

by MirkoZd

It is like in any mediterian place!
Friendy people, open minded, especially at the evening.Do not be worry if no one is out during the day in the summer.most of people are sleeping and preparing for night.Night life in the summer is on the whole peninsula, in every small street.

Learn Croatian!

by zlatoamor

I spent 2 weeks taking classes & living at Lingua Croatica. It was the best vacation I ever took! The professor who runs the program is very nice & will make you feel quite at home. In fact, many of the student rooms are in his home. The professors are patient & good instructors. While I am not fluent in Croatian after just 2 weeks, I have learned many of the rules & am confident enough to know that I can get around Croatia. I recommend everyone who wants to learn a little Croatian & have a great vacation contact Lingua Croatica in Zadar run by Prof. Mile Mamic.

PAKLENICA - The area of...

by Kamen_mali

PAKLENICA - The area of Paklenica, situated between the highest mountain peak of Velebit (Mount Vaganski, 1757 m) and the Adriatic Sea, was proclaimed a National Park in 1949. Its unique canyons, called Velika and Mala Paklenica, and the four hundred meter-high cliffs make it different from all other national parks. Paklenica’s rich flora and fauna (with many endemic species, such as griffon vulture), its karstic relief (with the so-called Manita Pec) and numerous sports activities (such as mountain climbing, free-climbing, hiking, trekking, horseback riding and bird watching) are attracting an increasing number of tourists.


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