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Arriving by plane
Šibenik is conveniently located in between of two major international airports:
Split International Airport (SPU)
Zadar International Airport (ZAD).
Both airports are booming over the last decade, Split being, from early May to late September, directly connected to over 120 European cities, and Zadar becoming a major hub of some of the biggest European low cost operators. Both airports are well connected by regular local bus lines with downtown Šibenik, from where local bus lines to Amadria Park are available.
Shuttle from Split or Zadar airport
200 HRK per person (cca 25 €)
Shuttles should be arranged directly with the hotel.
You can choose to book the shuttle during the booking procedure for hotel Ivan or hotel Niko. Additionally you can book it by sending the e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are staying in mobile homes please request shuttle transfer by sending the email to email@example.com
Arriving by bus
Croatia has excellent and efficient network of bus lines. The buses are comfortable, air-conditioned and run on time. It is easy to reach Šibenik from any major Croatian town, especially from the main Zagreb bus station, from where there are many daily buses to Šibenik.
Arriving by car
If you are travelling from Zagreb, take the A1 highway towards Split (south), and take the exit "Šibenik". The local road 33 brings you to the D8 - old Adriatic coastal road. Take the direction "Split" (not "Šibenik city centre"), and you will see shortly the sign "Amadria Park". Turn right and drive for another 1.5 km, and you are there.
If you are travelling from Rijeka (along the Adriatic coast), just take the A6 highway (direction Zagreb) to Bosiljevo, and then turn to A1 towards Split. Take the exit "Šibenik". The local road 33 brings you o the D8 - old Adriatic coastal road. Take the direction "Split" (not "Šibenik city centre") and you will see shortly the sign "Amadria Park". Turn right and drive another 1.5 km and you are there.
Amadria Park beach resort GPS: N 43°42´00´ E 15°53´20´
Since April 1, 2013, the Republic of Croatia has been applying the European Union’s Common Visa Policy. All EU/EEA citizens can enter Croatia with a valid ID or passport. According to the decision of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, all aliens who are holders of valid Schengen documents, as well as national visas and residence permits of Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Romania do not require an additional (Croatian) visa for Croatia. Important official information on visa issues is given at the website of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia. For bona fide participants who need visa to enter Croatia, the Organizing Committee of the EPDIC17 will provide the necessary attestation to facilitate the application process. Letter of invitation can be requested in MyEPDIC17. Any problems during the visa application process, after all documentation has been provided, can be reported to the Organizing Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.