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Strossmayerova 1, Rijeka, 51000, Croatia
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Getting to Rijeka from Prague

by rexaddict

I need advice on the best way to get to Rijeka from Prague.

Re: Getting to Rijeka from Prague

by dino335

No direct flights, Train takes over 15 hours. You could fly Prague to Zagreb and then get a train, but probably way more expensive than train.

Re: Getting to Rijeka from Prague

by GyuriFT

That really depends where are you from and what is the budget and do you want it round-trip or one-way.
Also depends, how long are you in Praha because there is a direct Praha-Ljubljana train service (wasn't on the trains for a long time tough) and it is under 30 Euro if you book ahead.

Look at eTicket to "SlovInsko" (not to be confused with "SlovEnsko).

I got the price of 1030 KC (about 30 Euro) for a sample booking for 27 March.

The navigation is not perfect because it's in Czech language only, but you may try to call +420-840-112-113 and reserve the place in English.

There is no problem to get a place, but the price will be more if you are on the short notice.

From Ljubljana to Rijeka I would take a bus.

Re: Getting to Rijeka from Prague

by misseille

Ljubljana to Rijeka by train is a good option.

Re: Getting to Rijeka from Prague

by jirzi

a) bus: direct bus from Prague to Zagreb
Bus going from Praha, UAN Florenc at 21:00 (Friday only) and Zagreb aut. kolodvor arr. 08:00 (Saturday only)
Ticket: price from 770 CZK to 1270 CZK
Bus from Zagreb to Rijeka at 08:00, 09:00, 09:15, 10:00 etc.

b) train: since 1. May until 11. Sep 2010 every day going through sleep coach only.
From Prague (Praha hl.n. dep.10:39)to Ljubljana and Zagreb(Ljubljana arr. 06:03, Zagreb Gl. kol. arr. 08:39).
Train from Ljubljana dep.06:20 (Rijeka arr.08:54)


Travel Tips for Rijeka

North wind in Rijeka (Bura)

by rsudic

The changeable Bora can often be felt all over Dalmatia and the rest of the Adriatic east coast. It blows in gusts. The Bora is most common during the winter. It blows hardest, as the meteorologist Wrangel first explained in 1876, when a polar high-pressure area sits over the snow-covered mountains of the interior plateau behind the Dinaric coastal mountain range and a low-pressure area lies further south over the warmer Adriatic. As the air grows even colder and thus denser at night, the Bora increases. The wind takes two different traditional names depending on associated meteorological conditions: the "clear bora" (Italian: Bora chiara) is Bora in the presence of clear skies, whereas clouds gathering on the hilltops and moving towards the seaside with rain characterize the "dark bora" (Bora scura). We like bura, most of the time it's healthy when it blows and you can expect amazingly clear day. But you'll experience THE cold of bura.

The International Small Scene Theatre Festival

by rsudic

The International Small Scene Theatre Festival was founded in Rijeka in 1994 as a Croatian festival. Under the guidance of its founder, the actor Nenad Šegvic and its first selector – the theatre critic Dalibor Foretic, its aim was to assemble the best and most progressive performances of chamber theatre, most often produced by independent theatre groups. Equally open to first-class mainstream theatre and unconventional, experimental projects, the Small Scene Theatre Festival pays special attention to setting up the visiting performances on attractive locations and a variety of stages; therefore, besides running on the stage of the Croatian House of Culture and in its atrium, plays have been performed in the theatre of Filodrammatica, the Croatian National Theatre “Ivan Zajc”, in the former movie-house “Kvarner”, in the abandoned factories “Rade Koncar”, “Rikard Bencic”, and the paper factory, in painters’ ateliers, etc. Alongside with the most famous theatres from all the countries offormer Yugoslavia, so far the Festival has hosted theatres from Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Rumania, Russia, the USA, Switzerland, and Great Britain.

Diplomatic Services in Rijeka

by rsudic

* Consulate of the Republic of Austria
Rijeka, Stipana Konzula Istranina 2
Phone/Fax +385 51 338 554
Georg Gavrilović, Honorary Consul

* The Royal Danish Consulate
Rijeka, Riva 16
Phone +385 51 212 522
Fax: 214 944
Branko Herak, Honorary Consul


Consulate of Czech Republic
Trg Republike Hrvatske 4
Tel.: 212 - 515
GSM: 091-612-1560
Working hours: 09.00 - 12.00
Jindra Mala Consul (15.06.-15.09.)

* Consulate General of the Italian Republic
Rijeka, Riva 16
Phone +385 51 212 454
Fax: 214 308
Fulvio Rustico, Consul General

* Consulate of Republic Serbia
Rijeka, Erazma Barčića 9
Phone +385 51 337 420, 337 421, 337 343
Fax: 337 361
Mira Jegdić, Consul General

* Consulate of the Republic of Hungary
Rijeka, Riva Boduli 1/IV
Phone +385 51 213 494, 212 111
Fax 331 614
(After working hours 719 121, 272 707, 291 304)
Marijan Ključariček, Honorary Consul

* Consulate of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Rijeka, Veslarska 1b
Phone +385 51 213 126, 213 148
Fax 211 068
Vanda Poščić, Honorary Consul

* Consulate of the Kingdom of Norway
Žrtava fašizma 2/II, Rijeka
Phone +385 51 335 827, 335 831
Fax 213 549
Alceo Frank, Honorary Consul

* Consulate of the Republic of Romania
Korzo 6, Rijeka
Phone +385 51 315 242
Dragutin Kamenski, Honorary Consul

* Consulate of the Kingdon of Sweden
Rijeka, Riva 16
Phone +385 51 212 287
Fax 211 014
Željko Kuiš, Honorary Consul

* Consulate General of the Republic of Turkey
Rijeka, Križanićeva 2/2
Phone +385 51 373 503, 373 567
Fax 373 507
Honorary Consul General

* Consulate General of the Republic of Venezuela
Opatija, Ul.M.Tita 247 – Villa “St. Georgers”
Phone +385 51 271 558
Phone/Fax 272 418
de Perosch, Consul General

* Consulate of the Republic of Chile
Trg I. Koblera 2, "Jadroagent" building
Phone/ +385 51 212 424
Fax/+385 214 420
Borislav Brnelić, Honorary Consul

Kastav (fortified town near Rijeka)

by rsudic

Kastav, a town fortified by a town wall with nine defensive towers, was built on the ridge of Karst mountain (377 meters above sea level). It is situated very near Opatija (6 kilometres) and Rijeka (10 kilometres), only 20 kilometres from Rupa, the Croatio Slovenian border.

The history of Kastav is turbulent. Archeological discoveries confirm the presence of an Illyrian tribe of Japodi in 11th century B.C. on the site of today's town. After them the town was governed by the Romans, Ostrogoths, Greeks, Lombards and in the 7th century the Croatians moved to the place and stayed here till today.

Great for half-day trip. You can take bus No. 18 from Rijeka city centar and just walk around the city. There are five pics attached to this Tip so check them all.


by anatlc

They say Velebit is the most beautiful mountain in Croatia. I've been to North Velebit and it really looks fantastic. A very good thing (or a very bad thing) is that you can reach the top by car :-)
The view ... Rab, Cres, Lošinj, Plavnik, Grgur, Goli ... all of them in front of you... really nice.


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