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How do you get from Krka park to split?

How do you get from Krka park to split?

Krka National Park is only about a 1.5-hour drive away from Split. You can get there either by renting a car and driving yourself, with public transport or with an organised day tour. If you take public transport you can get a bus from Split bus station to Skradin.

Which is better Plitvice or Krka?

If you only have time for a quick day trip, Krka is usually the winner here. Not only is it closer to most major cities, but the national park itself is smaller than Plitvice.

How long does it take to walk around Krka National Park?

about 2 hours
Walking trails – Hiking at Krka The main walking trail in National park Krka is the educational trail at Skradinski Buk, a round trip on the trail which is mainly of wooden planks takes about 2 hours.

How much is a taxi from Split to Krka National Park?

The quickest way to get from Split Airport (SPU) to Krka National Park is to taxi which costs 900 kn – 1.100 kn and takes 1h 15m.

Can you swim at Krka?

In 2017 swimming being allowed to only 10,000 visitors at one time at Skradinski Buk. Fortunately Krka is allowing swimming at other locations inside the beautiful National park. But Krka Waterfalls doesn’t need swimming to be a beautiful lush National park.

Is Krka National Park worth it?

We would 100% recommend visiting the Krka National Park. Although, it is very touristy and gets very busy, it was worth it. The waterfalls and the plant life are incredible and well worth going to see.

Can you swim in Croatia waterfalls?

The natural beauty of Krka waterfalls is absolutely breathtaking and, unlike at Plitviče, you can swim. It’s an absolutely amazing place to climb the rocks, look around, take in the views and swim beneath the waterfalls and if you’re anywhere in the area, there’s no excuse not to go.

Where to see the Krka waterfalls from split?

Krka Waterfalls from Split – a phenomenon of nature! Krka Waterfalls from Split takes you to Krka National park, a vast and preserved area of exeptional natural beauty in the foothills of the majestic Dinara mountain range.

Where are the waterfalls in Split, Croatia?

Krka Waterfalls from Split takes you to Krka National park, a vast and preserved area of exeptional natural beauty in the foothills of the majestic Dinara mountain range. Seven travertine waterfalls with preserved ecosystems in the surroundings make this Croatia national park a natural and karst phenomenon.

When was the Krka National Park in Split established?

Krka National Park was established in 1985. The 142 sq km Krka National Park follows the line of the Krka river, from its source near Knin town in the Dinara mountains on its short journey through the dramatic karst landscape to its finish in the Adriatic sea near Sibenik, forming Prokljansko lake.

How big is the Krka National Park in Croatia?

Krka National Park was established in 1985. The 142 sq km Krka National Park follows the line of the Krka river, from its source near Knin town in the Dinara mountains on its short journey through the dramatic karst landscape to its finish in the Adriatic sea near Sibenik, forming Prokljansko lake. Grassy bell flowers near Roski waterfall