Airport Transfers in Croatia
Once you’ve booked your holiday to Croatia, then next thing to do is book your TaxiFinders.com transfer from the airport to your chosen hotel. Arriving in Croatia without any local currency can be a nightmare, but this problem is easily averted. Your TaxiFinders.com private taxi will be waiting at the airport for your arrival, the driver will take you to your hotel, offload your luggage, wish you a happy holiday, and you and he know that the fare has been paid for in the UK.
If you’re staying on the Adriatic coast, the winters are normally mild and the summers are warm and sunny, but take a jumper with you because the evenings can also be a bit cooler in the summer. Further away from the coast, the winters are cold, but the summers are lovely. The rainy season is November and December.
You can pay for services and items in Euros, but change your cash into local currency, Kunas. Shop around for the best exchange rates. You are not permitted to take any Kunas out of Croatia, so if you have some change left over at the end of your holiday, this is the time to buy some souvenirs or local sweets for presents.
Most water sports are available, golf courses, wonderful pine forests, lakes and waterfalls, beautiful beaches for relaxing, National Parks. Something to suit everyone.
Dubrovnik is an all year round destination.
It is a medieval town, with town walls, marble streets and a harbour, plenty of museums to visit, and an aquarium (nice for a couple of hours’ tour), some interesting architecture. Meet the locals at Stikovica beach (just a short ride from the city). Not a huge expanse of sand, but quite pleasant with some nice scenery.
If you visit Zagreb during the winter months, expect the night time temperatures to drop below freezing. The ski slopes are just a bus or train ride away. Skiing, cross country skiing, and snowboarding are on offer for three months of the year. If you haven’t tried snow sports before, book up for some lessons. Zagreb is a good place to look around the shops, if you have the time. Take a (short) ride on the funicular railway. It is possible to walk up to the Lotrscak Tower, but a ride on the railway, built around 1890, is fun.
Split has a couple of good markets. The daily market (closes at 1pm), right near the bus terminal, is the place to get our souvenirs; the fish market (held in the Diocletian’s Palace from 8am to 10am) is worth a look, just to see what the local fisherman catch in the local waters. Good beaches and lovely coves nearby.
At the end of your holiday, your TaxiFinders.com pre-booked transport will collect you from your hotel, and drive you to the airport. Spent up? No problem! The fare has been paid in the UK! Easy!