Still Need A Flight?

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With Hideout fast approaching we thought we’d give you one further bump for those who haven’t booked their flights just yet. Whether it’s from London, Manchester or further afield, there are flights available and we’ve split them in to date order below for arrivals and departures!

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Travelling From Trieste to Hideout

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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 the centre 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 our site here for about £36 each way and the journey time is around 5 hours.

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Travelling From Pula To Hideout

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Pula is in an area of Croatia called Istria, close to the Italian and Slovenian borders, with 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.

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Travelling From Rijeka To Hideout

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Rijeka is an absolute hidden gem and while most of you won’t encounter it on your travels 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 each day, 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 for coach travel. The route from London Stansted doesn’t begin until the 1st July but we have a transfer available for the return journey on the 4th July here.

Airport – Map

Website: www.rijeka-airport.hr
Directions To City Centre: Airport Bus

City Centre Train Station – Map (located next to the port)

Times: www.hzpp.hr/timetable
Prices: www.hzpp.hr/pricinginformation

City Centre Bus Station (Autobusni kolodvor) – Map

Website: www.autotrans.hr/

Tourist Board

What to do: www.visitrijeka.eu

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Travelling By Bus To Hideout

Rijeka Airport – Rijeka

Bus: Airport Bus

To get from Rijeka airport to the town of Rijeka, there are regular buses running (they put on a bus for each arrival) provided by Autotrans and the journey takes approximately 30 minutes, costing 50 kn (approximately £5).

Returning Autotrans bus departs from Rijeka Bus Terminal (Žabica 1), 2 hours and 20 minutes before each flight. Details can be found here. and the full timetable will be announced here shortly.

Rijeka – Zadar

Autotrans: www.autotrans.hr
Prices: www.autobusni-kolodvor.com

Autotrans operate the journey 3 times a day and takes between 4 and 5 hours to reach Zadar. Tickets cost around 138 kn (approximately £14.00) for a single up to 200 kn (approximately £20) for a return ticket.

Once you’ve arrived into Zadar, please check the Zadar page here for details of how to get to the festival.

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Travelling By Taxi to Hideout

Rijeka Airport – Novalja

It’s looking like being around £160 for an 8 person taxi from Rijeka Airport to Novalja or £130 for a 3 person taxi, so depending on how many people you’re travelling with, it could be reasonable or rather expensive. They can be booked here.

The Hideout transfer team can also arrange private transfers by emailing travel@hideoutfestival.com

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Travelling By Train to Hideout

It seems to take quite a long time (12-15 hours) to get to Zadar so perhaps a bus / Catamaran might be better. Still have a look above here for all times and prices.

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Travelling By Boat to Hideout

Boat - www.jadrolinija.hr or view the rather limited timetable here with the price list here.

There is a once daily Catamaran which leaves at 5:00pm from Rijeka and takes 2hrs40 arriving at 7:40pm into Novalja. The cost is 80 kn one way (approx £8) and is much quicker than any other method of transport from the area to the festival. Coming back there is one journey a day at 6:00am except for Sundays when it departs at 9:00am. This too is 80 kn for one way. Return tickets may be available, please check the website.

Please be aware though that there is limited capacity on the Catamaran and with it being only once a day each way, we’ve been warned they can get filled up during peak times. Also, we’ve been informed that locals get the option of buying tickets / boarding first and there are no tickets available in advance from what we can see. Tickets go on sale at 7am in the Rijeka port ticket office for Jadrolinija, so if you’re able please visit there as early as possible on the day of travelling!

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Flying To Hideout

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If searching for flights isn’t really your forte or if you’re still undecided about the best route then we’ve had a good old look at all of the direct flights to local airports for Hideout and we’ve found the following which seem to be amongst the cheapest we can find. There are yet more options if you’re ok with stopping off along the way and having a quick change of planes  so we’d recommend having a search online using a site such as Skyscanner,Momondo or Kayak to find the best options. Please note the prices were correct at the time of publication but these prices may change rather quickly. Continue »

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Travelling from Zagreb to Hideout

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Croatia’s capital city 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. We’ve aimed to offer transfers for each direct flight from the UK to help you get from the airport to the festival and back again, the link for that is here.
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Travelling From Split to Hideout

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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 and on to the festival site. There’s the option of train also, which runs rather less frequently and is  longer journey, but you will get to see some glorious countryside.
Have a look below for info, and if you require a direct transfer (around £27 each way) then you can book those from our site here or if you have any questions about making your own way there and public transport please email travel@hideoutfestival.com

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.

Airport – Map

Website: www.split-airport.hr/
Directions To City Centre: www.split-airport.hr/

City Centre Train Station – Map

Times: www.hzpp.hr/timetable
Prices: www.hzpp.hr/pricinginformation

City Centre Bus Station (Autobusni kolodvor) – Map

Website: www.ak-split.hr/EN/index.html
Timetable: www.ak-split.hr/EN/vozni.red/VozniRedOdlazaka.aspx

Tourist Board

What to do: www.visitsplit.com/

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Travelling By Bus To Hideout

Split Airport – Split

Bus: www.split-airport.hr/

Split airport is actually located about 20km from Split just outside a town called Kastela, on the way towards Trogir. There are regular buses (one for every flight arriving) and they transport you to Split for around 30 kn (approx £3.50). The shuttle bus timetable is here.

If you’re a confident traveller, you could get the bus from the airport to Trogir, and then get the connecting bus to Zadar from there, as all the buses from Split seem to follow this route anyway.

Split – Novalja

Bus Antonio Tours operate this line:  www.antoniotours.hr

There is a line which runs from Split directly to Novalja, but unfortunately the timetables for this period aren’t released until closer to the summer. In 2014 there was one journey per day and this commenced on the 1st July at 5:00pm. The Novalja – Split journey also started on the 1st July and this departed at 9:00am and arrived at 1:30pm. We’ll keep you updated when the timetable is officially released.

Split – Zadar

Bus http://www.ak-split.hr/EN/vozni.red/VozniRedOdlazaka.aspx

There are numerous buses from Split to Zadar taking about 3 hours, and leaving every 30 minutes from 9:00am – 1:00pm, and then roughly every hour from then until 9:30pm.  Prices vary because there are many different companies operating on this route but expect to pay between 100-125 kn (roughly between £12 – £15) one way for the journey. The timetable we found seemed to be the Spring one, so expect a more thorough timetable as there are normally Summer timetables with more services.

You’ll find information about getting from Zadar to Novalja here, but it’s worth noting that the last bus from Zadar to Novalja is at 8pm, so try to ensure you arrive in to Zadar by then to catch your connection!

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Travelling By Taxi to Hideout

Totally up to you, but there seems to be a fairly regular bus journey to Zadar so we’d recommend using that before getting a taxi for what could be a 3-4 hour journey, depending on the roads. We are able to organise a private transfer also with prices starting at around £210. You can email us directly here with any requests.

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Travelling By Train to Hideout

Split – Zadar

Times: www.hzpp.hr/timetable
Prices: www.hzpp.hr/pricinginformation

With Split only a relatively short journey up the coast, and the motorways in Croatia being very well maintained, heading by train is a slightly lengthier journey. There is one at 8:30am departing Split arriving in at 1:28pm to Zadar which is 100 kn (approximately £12) or a return journey is 160 kn (approximately £20) although the return ticket is only valid for 5 days, so only purchase one if you are going to be able to use it. There are a couple of return journeys from Zadar to Split, both with a change of train in Knin on the way. When the full summer timetable is announced then there may be more options.

You’ll find information about getting from Zadar to Novalja here.

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Travelling By Boat to Hideout

While Split is only down the coast from Novalja (and Zadar), there aren’t any public ferries making this journey, and the one that has been in operation in the past, Split to Rijeka hasn’t announced its summer timetable yet or isn’t in operation. It was a night ferry though and not the quickest! We’ll update this page if and when more info becomes available.

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Travelling From Zadar To Hideout

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The first city we feature for our 2015 travel guide also happens to be the closest airport to Hideout Festival, the wonderful city of Zadar. Ryanair flies to Zadar direct from London Stansted, Manchester and Dublin 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.hideoutfestival.com for about £16 each way and the timetable is here. If you are interested in making your own way to Novalja then keep on reading!


Airport - Map

Website: www.zadar-airport.hr/
Directions To City Centre: www.zadar-airport.hr/en/kako-do-nas.php

City Centre Train Station - Map (located next to the bus station)

Times: www.hzpp.hr/timetable
Prices: www.hzpp.hr/pricinginformation

City Centre Bus Station (Autobusni kolodvor) - Map

Website: www.liburnija-zadar.hr/

Tourist Board

What to do: www.tzzadar.hr/en

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Travelling By Bus To Hideout

Zadar Airport – Zadar

Bus: www.zadar-airport.hr/en/kako-do-nas.php

There are regular buses from Zadar airport to Zadar bus station. These are available to view in the link above.  Prices work out as 25 kn (approximately £3) for a one way trip from the Airport to Zadar or from Zadar to the Airport. Buses will depart from Zadar old Bus Terminal. Buses from the Zadar Airport depart from the front gate of the international arrival terminal.

Zadar – Novalja

Bus:  Operated by Antonio Tours: www.antoniotours.hr

Once in Zadar, the buses to Novalja are operated by Antonio Tours, which you will find the link for above. There is a different timetable for the summer period which starts on 1st July but you can use the search function on the site or here.  Tickets for this journey are around 80kn (approximately £8.50), with cheaper tickets available for students.

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Travelling By Taxi to Hideout

Zadar Airport – Novalja

We are able to offer private transfers for any flights which aren’t covered by the airport transfers and prices for those are: 3 Person Taxi – £90 / 8 Person Minibus – £120. That’s obviously one way, and if you would like to organise this you can contact us on travel@hideoutfestival.com. If you arrive during the day and are comfortable using public transport / don’t have too much luggage, it’s probably better to go by one of our airport transfers.

Zadar Airport – Zadar

Similarly, prices for this are looking at about 240 kn (£25 – 30) for a 4 person taxi and there are normally plenty of taxis outside the airport waiting for happy travellers. Please note though, these prices are only a rough guide. Please make sure you agree a fare before you embark on any journey.

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Travelling By Train to Hideout

It’s all about travelling by road from Zadar to Novalja, as there are no trains which make the journey.

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Travelling By Boat to Hideout

We’ve not found any routes unfortunately although Zadar is a large port with arrivals from Ancona and Rijeka as well as other local destinations.

Any questions, please email us and we’ll try our best to help!

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Hideout Travel Packages

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If organising everything for Hideout is a bit daunting then let us help you! We work with three top UK festival travel and accommodation providers who can organise every aspect of your trip to Hideout. That’s right – flights, airport transfers and accommodation so you have one helpful company to contact and there are options departing from all over the UK. Continue »

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Hideout 2015

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Welcome to Hideout 2015. Continue »

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