The city of Venice, with it's beautiful St Mark's Square and numerous canals, is among the most visited destinations in the whole Europe. If you plan to visit Croatia afterwards, there is a number of ways of doing so - catamaran, bus or flying.
For more detailed info about getting from Venice to Croatia check here.
However, you can take a catamaran from Venice to one of the ports on the western Istrian coast - including Pula. This service is available only during the summer and passengers can choose from two ferry operators: KOMPAS and VENEZIA LINES.
Both companies operates this route with super-fast and modern passenger catamarans. The journey from Venice to Pula takes around 4 hours.
We suggest you to pre-book your tickets in advance, as they sell out fast. The excellent website to do this is DIRECT FERRIES where you can get an instant confirmation for your booking.
Once you get to Pula you can get to any other destination in Croatia, by bus or by ferry. From Pula Central Bus Station there is a regular and frequent bus service to Rovinj, Porec, Opatija, Vodnjan, Labin, Umag, Rijeka, Delnice, Zagreb, Split and other destinations.
Check out all available routes and book your bus tickets via BOOKAWAY website.
From Pula port there is a regular ferry service to the nearby islands and the port of Zadar. High-speed catamaran operates all-year round from Pula to the islands of Unije, Susak, Losinj (Mali Losinj), Ilovik, Silba and the port of Zadar on the coast. Check the sailing timetables, prices and book your ride online.
From Zadar you can continue you travel down the coast to Sibenik, Split, Makarska or Dubrovnik by bus. Check the latest bus timetables and book your bus tickets online.