The news was conveyed by Sergey Tsymbal, Deputy of HMBIA President for international relations.
According to him, Trogir is easily accessible by any kind of transport, including trains and ferries. Furthermore, Trogir is just 7 km from the international airport in Split, the second largest city in Croatia. Comfortable passenger buses run from there, you can also call a taxi or rent a car.
In addition, there’ll be route buses for the participants of “Battle of the Nations”-2014, running between the airport and the festival’s venue.
“Split is a major airport, it has a lot of charter flights in the holiday season. It can be reached from anywhere in the world,” said Tsymbal. “Ticket price, of course, depends on from where you fly, from neighboring Hungary or from Australia. Obtain more accurate information concerning the costs at the airlines.”