How to get there
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Always keep following Split until signage of Omiš directly.
▨ From Zagreb follow the Highway A1 Zagreb-Split, take the Blato na Cetini exit to avoid traffic between Split and Omiš.
▨ From Dubrovnik follow the Highway A1, take the Blato na Cetini exit, and drive (carefully!) the scenic road to Omiš.
▨ Cross the countryside via Zagreb – Karlovac – National Park Plitvicka jezera – Knin – Sinj – Split.
▨ From the north along the coastline of Croatia via Rijeka – Zadar – Šibenik – Split.
There are also many domestic ferries from Dubrovnik to Split or from Rijeka to Split for example. Coming from Italy you can also get on at the harbors of Pescara, Ancona or Bari. Please always book ahead in case you want to travel with ferry, during the season the availability might be scarce.
More info: http://croatia.hr/
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It is possible to get to Split by train from almost anywhere in Europe but most itineraries will involve a transfer in Zagreb. The station itself is in the center of the city and most landmarks are within walking distance.
▨ Take the intercity bus that goes to Makarska, Imotski or Dubrovnik and hop off directly in Omiš (ask a driver to stop closer to Kamp Galeb).
More info: http://croatia.hr/
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Split airport offers direct flights from a various locations in Europe. Belgium, Netherlands, UK, France and Germany all have low-cost carrier deals with Split international airport. Please remember to check all airports in your area. Not just the one you're used too! You might save a few hours by driving a few kilometers extra ;-).
If you can not find a connection you can also check: Zadar, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Venice, Pula, Rijeka, Ljubljana, Dubrovnik and look for a train or a rental car from there.
There are no shuttle services to take you from the Airport to the festival site and back on 10th & 15th July. You can easily take a taxi or the bus like explained below:
1. When arrived at Split Airport, you can take the bus to Split center. It departs every 20min when a flight lands.
One-way 30 kn.
2. When arrived in Split center, you’ll have to get on bus number 60. It stops in Omis within walking distance of the festival.
One-way 21 kn.
You can also use Uber or Green Taxi for getting around.
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BY BUSBUS TRAVEL 🚍
Are you from Belgium or Germany and you definitely want to come to Labyrinth Open Croatia 2018?
Good news, from now on you can book your bus travel to Labyrinth Open and back home!
▨ Book your bus travel: labyrinthopen.com/tickets
Bus 1 - Belgium
▨ Boarding points: Gent - Antwerp - Hasselt - Liège - Omis
▨ Estimated departure: July 9th at 14:00 PM. Exact timetable will be available 2 weeks before the festival starts.
▨ Partners: Diep & Cafeïna
▨ €150 fee & tax
Bus 1 - Germany
▨ Boarding points: Köln - Frankfurt - München - Omis
▨ Estimated departure: July 9th at 18:30 PM. Exact timetable will be available 2 weeks before the festival starts.
▨ €120 fee & tax
▨ Departure: Sunday July 15th from Omis back to Belgium and Germany.
▨ Camping: In the case you bought a camping ticket, you'll be able to check in one day earlier (on July 10th).
▨ Bus has the following facilities: Toilet, airco, dvd, satellite-tv.
▨ Labyrinth Open Festival reserves the right to cancel the travel at the latest 15 (fifteen) days before the planned date of departure in the case of insufficient bookings made for the realization of the travel. Unless otherwise stated in the programme, the lowest number of passengers, necessary for the realization of the travel is 40 passengers. The full refund will be provided.