Here you should be able to find helpful ways to travel to Hideout Festival 2013 from the UK, including ideas on cheap flights as well as tips on I making your own way from other cities in the region.
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Dubrovnik is quite a way down the coast from Hideout Festival, about 430km from Novalja. Also along that route are Split and, closer to the site, Zadar. You may notice that there’ s also a certain country in-between the festival and Dubrovnik, this being Bosnia & Herzegovina. It’s possible to venture up the coast by bus though and you can leave all the worries of tolls / ferries etc to the bus driver.
Transfers are available through our travel partners at Collegium and cost around £50 each way, taking anything up to 8 hours. The route is very scenic though and you’ll travel through some glorious countryside. The time table is here. Continue
Pula is in an area of Croatia called Istria, which is near to the Italian and Slovenian borders, and has some of Croatia’s best historical sites including a 25,000 capacity amphitheatre in the centre of the city. It’s relatively close to Rijeka and most of the transport to Hideout Festival will head through there in some way or other, unless your flights time well with the boat to Zadar which might be a nice trip, but with just the one journey on the Wednesday before Hideout.
Have a look below and hopefully we’ve got everything covered or if you require a direct transfer (around £37 each way) please visit www.novalja.collegium.eu/en/transfer . If you have any questions about making your own way there and public transport please email email@example.com Continue
Venice is an airport which offers a plethora of cheap flights from all over the UK and as such is a location we’re sure many of you will use! There are actually two airports at Venice, the more central one, Marco Polo, and one which is slightly further out called Treviso. There are transfers available through Collegium for both airports, and the transfers are about £45 each way. You can see if your flight fits with one of the transfers here. Continue
Rijeka is an absolute hidden gem and while most of you won’t encounter it on your travels and even fewer of you will fly in to it, it still offers one rather special thing that no other place in Croatia can quite manage… A direct boat service to and from Novalja. This leaves at 5pm, so if you’re able to get to Rijeka by that time then we’d highly recommend it (please see info below)! It’s also in a pretty handy location if you’re heading from Italy or nearby places in Croatia such as Pula. A transfer is available from Rijeka Airport if you were wanting to take the easy option and you can book that by visiting Collegium with the timetable here. Continue
We realise that a few of you want to know about getting from Trieste to the festival site, so hopefully this should help you on your travels. Trieste Airport is located a little bit out of Trieste, but there are regular buses in to Trieste and also on to the next phase of your journey, if you’re heading by public transport, over to Rijeka. If you are interested in living the easy life though, transfers are available through www.novalja.collegium.eu for about £34 each way and the journey time is around 5 hours. Continue
Croatia’s capital city and main airport, Zagreb is a useful destination with plenty of direct flights from London daily and other UK airports flying with stop offs. You can have a search here. Our travel partners Collegium are running transfers through their site to help you get from the airport to the festival and back again, the link for that is here: www.novalja.collegium.eu
Split is a large city down the coast from Hideout Festival, but it is served well by bus pretty much all day long heading up to nearby Zadar which is a fairly short journey to the festival site. There’s the option of train also, which runs rather less frequently, but you will get to see some glorious countryside. Have a look below for info, and if you require a direct transfer (around £25 each way) then you can book those from here: www.novalja.collegium.eu/en/transfer or if you have any questions about making your own way there and public transport please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you arrive a bit too late for a connection to Novalja, it may be an option to spend a nice relaxing evening in Croatia’s second largest city before heading up at a more leisurely pace in the morning. Details are here for Tourist Information.
The first city we feature for our travel guide also happens to be the closest airport to Hideout Festival, around 50 miles away, you will find the wonderful city of Zadar. Ryanair flies to Zadar direct from London Stansted and Liverpool and it is also possible to travel by Croatia Airlines, so there’s a chance a fair few of you will end up arriving at Zadar at some point. There will be transfers available from www.novalja.collegium.eu for about £15 each way and their timetable is here, but if you are interested in making your own way to Novalja then keep on reading! Continue
If this is your first trip to Hideout then we realise that it might seem a bit daunting, heading out in to the unknown, but thankfully we’re here to help, so wherever you’re looking to fly from in the UK, we can help you on your journey to Hideout! You’ll find below some useful tips when planning your trip, followed by some further information about the major UK cities to fly from. Continue
Hideout Festival is located on Zrce Beach in the delightful open-air surroundings of Club Aquarius, Club Papaya and Club Kalypso. The nearby town of Novalja is where most of you will stay and it has a wide range of accommodation that can be booked through our travel partners Collegium. Continue