Respect island`s nature & tradition

By car

Road traffic connections between central Europe and destinations on the Croatian seaside are improving and being invested in. In the summer months traffic at the border crossings is more intense, which might cause shorter standstills. For entering and driving through Croatia, it is required to posses green insurance card and a valid driving license. Pay toll is paid at highways and three lane two-way roads, as well as at some bridges and tunnels.
From Trieste (Italy)
Pasjak border crossing - Opatija - Brestova ferry harbour - Porozina (mainland - island of Cres)

From Ljubljana (Slovenia)
Rupa border crossing - Rijeka - island of Krk (bridge) - Valbiska ferry harbour - Merag (island of Krk - island of Cres)
Rupa border crossing - Rijeka - Opatija - Brestova ferry harbour - Porozina (mainland - island of Cres)

For travelling to Croatia by car through Slovenia toll stickers (vignette) are required. More information is available at www.hak.hr 

From Zagreb (Croatia)
Rijeka - island of Krk (bridge) - Valbiska ferry harbour - Merag (island of Krk - island of Cres)

Drawbridges:
There are two drawbridges on the island, which are lifted twice a day for passage of vessels:
OSOR: 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
PRIVLAKA: 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Distances:
Mali Lošinj - Zagreb: 255 km
Mali Lošinj - Ljubljana: 225 km
Mali Lošinj - Trieste: 185 km
Mali Lošinj - Wien: 610 km
Mali Lošinj - München: 630 km

Route planner: www.viamichelin.com


1987 Toll-free Roadside Assistance number

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