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Kvarner

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Kvarner and Highlands is a region of Croatia including the seashore and highlands north of Dalmatia and connects Istria with the rest of Croatia.

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The Kvarner is divided into two regions - the mainland area (focusing on Rijeka), and the islands located within the Gulf of Kvarner.

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  • Opatija, playground of the rich and famous with old, boutique hotels and ocean swimming
  • Rijeka/Fiume, port and largest city in Kvarner
  • Senj — town on Adriatic coast

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Croatian. Italian and German may be understood due to close proximity to these countries and the high level of visitors in summer months.

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All forms of transport meet in Rijeka. Trains operate from Zagreb, Ljubljana, Vienna, Munich and Budapest daily to Rijeka. There is a large bus terminal to domestic and international destinations such as Dubrovnik, Split, Trieste, Belgrade and Sarajevo. International ferry services operate to Bari in Italy via Split, Korcula and Dubrovnik.

Highways also connect in Rijeka heading North (towards Slovenia), west (towards Istria) and east (towards Zagreb).

There is an international airport located on the island of Krk which operates primarily in the summer months.

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