6th Annual Workshop (Zadar, 2018) – venue, travel, accommodation

by admin on April 16, 2018

Here you can find information about the venue, travel options, and accommodation in Zadar during this year’s CAAS workshop.

Workshop venue

University of Zadar, main building, Room 143 (4th floor). (Address: Obala kralja Petra Krešimira IV)

Travel options

Zadar can be reached by motorway from Zagreb in about 2.5-3 hours or by coastal road from Rijeka in approximately 3-4 hours. There are daily buses from Zagreb to Zadar on an hourly basis.
The city of Zadar can be reached by ferry from all main Croatian ports, from all islands, and from the neighboring Italy (Ancona).
Zadar airport connects the city to major cities in Croatia and major European capitals. Zadar’s international airport is located around 14 km from the city center and is served by taxis, buses and rent-a-car companies.
There are direct Ryanair flights from: Germany (Frankfurt Hahn, Dusseldorf Weeze, Baden-Baden), France (Marseille, Paris-Beauvias), UK (London-Stansted, Manchester), Ireland (Dublin), Belgium (Brussels Charleroi), Norway (Oslo Rygge), Sweden (Gothenburg, Stockholm).
For more destinations please check www.zadar-airport.hr.

Additionally, Zadar can be reached from Split (about 100km from Zadar, approximately 45-60 minutes by car). The airport in Split offers numerous additional flight options and connections to various destinations; see www.split-airport.hr.
Numerous low-cost airlines also fly into Zagreb from where you can come to Zadar either by bus (three and a half hours drive), or by car. More information can be found here: www.zagreb-airport.hr.

Accommodation

We can recommend several accommodation options varying in location and price. This includes mostly hostels with mixed 6-10
person dorms with an average price of 20 euro per night. We advise you to book in advance since hostels in Zadar are usually booked already towards the end of June. We recommend the following hostels:

Boutique Hostel Forum
Hostel Mr.Charles
Hostel 4 You

It is also  possible to arrange hotel accommodation through booking.com, as well as a wide choice of private accommodations in the city, see booking.com, airbnb.com.

Meals

As a tourist destination, Zadar offers a number of restaurants and places to eat, ranging from attractive and inexpensive snack bars to more expensive and lavish restaurants. We suggest consulting the official Zadar Tourist Board website where you can find all the relevant information about Zadar, what it offers, and what are the places to see and visit. The website is http://www.zadar.travel/en.

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