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Getting to RijekaIf you want to visit Rijeka for a shorter or longer period of time,you probably want to know how to get there.That is why we have put together several options for you here.
Arrival by car to Rijeka
Rijeka is well connected by road to other parts of Croatia and also with the neighboring countries.Via the A6 and A1 traveling from Rijeka to Zagreb. Goes to the A6 motorway from Rijeka to Bosiljevo and then performs the intersection Bosiljevo on the A1 motorway to Zagreb or Croatia in the south.End of 2012,the Rijeka bypass was opened,which makes the transport much easier and to reduce congestion in Rijeka,which were a nightmare for residents and tourists until then.
The A7 motorway, also known as Highway Kvarner,was built in the last 6 years and combines the Rijeka bypass the Rupa border crossing in the direction of Slovenia.
If you are traveling from Zagreb to Rijeka, then take,as we have already mentioned,the A1 highway (Zagreb - Bosiljevo).,And then continue on the A6 motorway from Rijeka Bosiljevo The distance from Zagreb to Rijeka is 185 km and when you do not have too much traffic on the road,the distance in about 1 hour and 30 minutes to deal with.
If you are arriving from Trieste, then the route is 76 km long,of which 22 km of motorway. Tolls is about 9 kuna.From Trieste,take the highway through Slovenia and drive to the border crossing Rupa on the A7 motorway to Rijeka.
If you are arriving from the south, for example from Split,there are several options:
1Drive from Split on the A1 motorway and exit Zuta Lokva and then further Crikvenica and Senj to Rijeka.This route is a total of about 370 km long and if you have no major traffic jams and the trip takes about 4 hours.The toll is around 125 kuna.
2Another way to travel from Split to Rijeka on the A1 highway,the ride is about the intersection Bosiljevo and then continue on the A6 motorway to Rijeka.This route is 50 km long and approximately 60 Kuna higher toll, but the journey time is approximately the same length.For this reason,we recommend during the season and when you are in a hurry,the drive along the highway,on the coast road because you always have to expect at these times with congestion on the route from Senj to Rijeka.
No problem2006-02-05 19:42:31 by -
Other than travelling with a very young child, you should have no real problems. Slovenia and Croatia are great. You don't say how you plan to travel, but the trains are fine, the roads tend to be narrow with limited highways. Both capital cities are nice small cities (Lj...tfirms.com in the city / old port area (better than staying out at the new port). In Zagreb, I stayed at the Sheration while pretty much on business. I didn't bother to stay in Split (not really necessary to stay more than a day). Bled has a beautiful hotel (name?) and there are many great places in Ljubljana.
After mid-June, it does get pretty busy. July and August are packed. Good luck!
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