Ever thought about traveling to both Italy and Croatia on your next holiday? We’ve just made it a whole lot easier for you…
Two of the most popular travel destinations in Europe are Italy and Croatia – and it makes them even more appealing considering their proximity to one other. It comes as no surprise, then, that many holidayers choose to package their summer vacation into these two countries, ensuring that they can see the best bits of what Croatia and Italy have to offer. But how easy is traveling between the two?
Lucky for you, not hard at all.
Of course, depending on where you’d like to visit in each country, there are plenty of travel options to get you from point A to point B.
While it is probably easier to get from the south and southeastern part of Italy to Croatia by plane or ferry, did you know that driving on four-wheels is your best option if you’re coming from the north?
For starters, did you know it only takes 3 hours by car if you’re traveling from Venice to Rijeka, under six hours from Venice to Zadar and Šibenik, and under seven hours from Venice to Split? That travel time barely gets you out of the same state in California! Even if you decide to travel from Verona to Croatia, you just need to add an extra hour to your travel time. Easy.
Now, you might wonder what the perks of driving would be, because being confined to a car for 7 hours sounds like a bit of a mission. Fortunately, the scenery you’ll find on the drive is just breathtaking, from coastlines to mountain ridges, small villages to roadside olive oil and truffle sellers, and family owned-restaurants to family-operated vineyards – how could one go wrong?
Though you may say, “why not just take the bus instead?” Unfortunately for you, the lack of proper bus connections (if any at all) and travel times that surely double can’t sound nearly as appealing as a road trip, and though it may be cheaper, you won’t be able to experience the journey nearly as well as you would by car. Plus, the freedom that comes with a vehicle should be tempting enough, right? Right.
Now your next question might be, “where do I even begin with getting a car for the drive?” That’s where we come in – and more importantly, where Solo Transfers saves the day.
If you’re looking to travel between the north of Italy and Croatia, allow Solo Transfers to take care of the ride for you. Offering reliable door-to-door service at unbeatable prices, Solo Transfers boasts transfers for up to 3 or 7 passengers, with a single fixed rate per vehicle exclusively for you. Oh, and let’s not forget this includes room for all of your luggage.
Now that we’ve made it even easier for you to make this happen remember Solo Transfers when planning your next journey.