Split is the second biggest city in Croatia; with its cultural and historical patrimony inscribed on the UNESCO heritage list. Each year more and more tourist visit the city thanks to its clear sea, beaches and a tourist offer which gets richer every year.
Dubrovnik is one of the most important destinations in Croatia, in both historic and tourist sense. The city has many interesting sights which were also used for Game of Thrones shooting; some of these are Stradun, the city walls, palaces, churches and summer houses. Public transport Dubrovnik has a well developed public transport network organized […]
Bratislava is the capital and the largest city in Slovakia. The city, which is located in southwestern Slovakia, occupying both banks of the river Danube and the left bank of the river Morava has about 500 000 habitants. Since the city is located very close to Austria and Hungary it is the only capital city […]
Prague as the capital of the Czech Republic and a population of approximately 1.25 million has an excellent transport infrastructure which includes metro lines, trams, buses, funiculars and ferries. Public transport usage rate in Prague is among the highest in the world. The city is also very popular as a tourist destination; in fact it […]
Split airport is situated in Kastel Stafilic about 23 km from the city centre; getting from the airport to the city centre is possible by the following means of transportation. Airport bus: The airport bus between Split airport and the main bus station is operated by the company Pleso prijevoz. The timetable for the bus […]
The Dubrovnik airport is situated in Čilipi 20 km south of the city centre, getting from the airport to the city centre is possible by the following means of transportation. Airport bus: In total 3 independent companies (Atlas, Elite travel and Autotrans) operate buses to and from the airport. You can see timetable for departures […]
As a city of approximately 1.7 million inhabitants, Hamburg has an extensive traffic network which consists of buses, trains, subway, rapid rail as well as ferries. Public transport in Hamburg Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV) is the association in charge of Hamburg’s public transport. The most important means of public transport is the U-Bahn (subway) and the […]