Saturday, 14 August 2021

Passengers Have To Wait 5 Hrs To Leave for Slovenia at Macelj Border Crossing

ZAGREB, 14 Aug, 2021 - Passengers leaving Croatia at the Macelj-Gruškovje border crossing with Slovenia have to wait five hours, while those leaving at other border crossings with Slovenia have to wait between one and one and a half hours, the Croatian Auto Club said on Saturday afternoon.

Passengers entering Croatia from Slovenia have to wait the longest at Brod Na Kupi, three hours, and at Pasjak, two hours.

Those entering from Bosnia and Herzegovina have to wait two hours at the Jasenovac border crossing and one hour at Stara Gradiška.

Passengers entering or leaving Croatia at the Goričan II border crossing with Hungary have to wait one hour.

Those entering Croatia from Serbia at the Bajakovo-Batrovci border crossing have to wait one hour and those leaving half an hour, as do those entering at Tovarnik-Šid.

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Thursday, 31 October 2019

Croatian Auto Club Creates Interactive Map with EuroVelo and National Cycling Routes

October 31, 2019 - Cycling in Croatia? Croatian Auto Club has just released a new interactive map with the cycling routes across Croatia. 

A novelty on the Croatian Auto Club's (HAK) interactive map is the cycling routes that pass through Croatia as a contribution to implementing the Cycling Tourism Development Action Plan resulting from the 2020 Tourism Development Strategy. In the future, HAK wants to publish smaller routes by county, in addition to other facilities provided for cycling tourists.

The Croatian Auto Club, with the help of the Coordinating Body for the Development of Cycling Tourism in Croatia (, wants to popularize this type of tourism, enriching its interactive map with new content.

To begin, as part of the interactive map, HAK has published EuroVelo cycling routes passing through Croatia with a brief description of each route and the ability to download the route in KML and GPX format for navigation devices.

In addition to EuroVelo cycling routes, there are also cycling routes that cross Croatian roads. The ultimate desire is to establish a national network of cycling routes.

In early 2019, cooperation with the Croatian Auto Club Information Center was initiated when they agreed to set up cycling routes on the interactive HAK map. Representatives of the Coordination Body have provided GPX tracking for EuroVelo and national cycling routes for this purpose.

This project is the result of long-term cooperation between the tourism and transport sectors and the desire to establish a national network of cycling routes as a basis for a stronger development of cycling, cycling infrastructure and, ultimately, cycling tourism.

Currently, county tourist boards are collecting data from routes for entry regarding lengths, altitudes, route markings, and developing cycling tourism infrastructure such as rest areas, services, accommodation and overnight accommodation, food and beverage service and the like.

Cycling tourism as a tourist product is a relatively young term, and it occupies an increasingly important place in Croatia and tourism. It is imperative for these tourists to navigate our roads safely, with well-marked routes, and be able to find the accommodation around them. Since 2015, when the Cycling Tourism Development Action Plan was adopted, Croatian counties have provided a variety of facilities for tourists looking for an active holiday.

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