Lately we have been getting many requests for airport transfers at times when there are no buses available. It would simply suck to have to spend an entire night at the airport. While there is always the option of booking our private transfers for up to four people, there is another option for those of you looking for something more affordable.
This year we decided give our adventurers the opportunity to share the costs of airport transfers with people who did not necessarily arrive on the same plane or from the same place as them, but who are also looking for transfers at similar times. When we get an inquiry by, say a group of two, we will make an entry in our list where the date and time of their arrival will be noted. Then, everyone who arrives at a similar time can sign up to reserve a spot for this transfer until our van is full. What this means is that instead of sharing the cost of the airport transfer between two people, the price of the van will be shared between all of those who have booked their spot.
The procedure is as follows:
1. We get an inquiry for a transfer for which there are no buses
2. We open a list and the starting price is the full price of a taxi
3. People sign up and lower the price
4. The price and the transfer will be confirmed only once 8 people have signed up for a van or 4 for a taxi
5. In case there are no other inquiries for the same transfer 5 days before your arrival, we will contact you with the next best option.
Please remember that most people make their transfer arrangements right before they come to the festival, so there is no need to panic or worry if we don’t contact you for a longer period.
So far, we have got the following dates:
FRESH ISLAND FESTIVAL:
From Split airport to the festival on July 14th, around 10 am. - 5 spots left
From the festival to Split airport on July 18th, at 12 pm. - 5 spots left
From Split airport to the festival on July 7th, around 10 pm. - 6 spots left
From Split airport to the festival on July 8th, around 11 pm. - 6 spots left
From Zadar airport to the festival on June 26th, around 12 pm. - 6 spots left
From the festival to Zadar airport on July 6th around 8 am. - 6 spots left
From Split airport to the festival on June 26th, around 9 pm. - 6 spots left
From the festival to Split airport on July 4th, around 5 pm. - 6 spots left
As the festivals get closer, there are bound to be more dates added to this list. Also, make sure to take a look at our website where you will find our existing transport offer.
In order to book your spot or request a different date, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: ULTRA EUROPE [*CROATIA*] JULY 12th-14th, 2013
[Thursday 30th May 2013] ULTRA WORLDWIDE has today announced a further SEVEN acts set to perform at the inaugural edition of ULTRA EUROPE, due to take place from July 12th – 14th this summer in the Croatian city of Split and on the stunning nearby island of Hvar!
These seven are amongst the biggest electronic artists on the planet and will be joining already confirmed headliners such as Avicii, Armin Van Buuren and Carl Cox and further dance heavyweights including Afrojack, Chase & Status, Porter Robinson, Hardwell and many more!
Canadian bass purveyors Adventure Club, Russian duo Hard Rock Sofa, London’s Jon Rundell and Dutch house music mainstays Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano will all be coming to enthrall fans at the Poljud Stadium, Split on Friday 12th July, with the next day seeing W&W from the Netherlands – one of the most exciting trance acts around – and Spanish wonderkid Danny Avila performing on the second day in the city of Split. Encompassing almost everything from dubstep to trance via techno, electro and progressive house, these new additions further add to the wonderfully diverse array of music that will be on display, offering up something for every festival attendee and reinforcing Ultra’s unending commitment to provide only the best and most forward thinking lineups at each of their events worldwide.
When the festival moves to the beautiful island of Hvar and the 5 star Hotel Amfora Grand Beach resort for its 5,000 person exclusive pool party on 14th July, the up-and-coming Miami trio of Brass Knuckles will now also be sitting alongside Steve Aoki, Erick Morillo, Dada Life and Nervo on Sunday’s line up next to the infinity pools and cascading waterfalls of this super luxurious setting.
Tickets for the third day of Ultra Europe sold out after being on sale for just 10 minutes, however combo tickets for the first two days at the Poljud Stadium in Split are still available. General admission tickets are available for the incredible price of €60 – set to rise to €75 on June 7th – while VIP packages start range from €100 - €500.
Although this is a bit of old news, it is still important and worthwhile. Hajduk Split players and team management demonstrated their solidarity with Torcida (the Hajduk ultras) and the Hajduk Split fans by refusing to play against Dinamo when scores of Hajduk fans were not allowed into the Zagreb stadium. Fantastic to see some bravery and honor in these times when most teams would have just played for the money and to avoid the sanctions. The players refused to take the field and no Hajduk fans entered the stadium when members of Torcida were not allowed in the stadium. Solidarity at its finest.
Hajduk Split fans in the Croatian city of Split protesting against the Croatian Football Federation. “We demand the resignation of the key people in the HNS, and we
appeal to the authorities to stop irregularities and injustice in
Croatian football,” said a spokesman for Hajduk Split fan firm ‘Torcida’
regarding yesterday’s ‘Against the darkness, against the force’ protest. More than 20,000 packed Split’s waterfront on Saturday, calling for the resignation of President, former international Davor Šuker, and influential board member Zdravko Mamić.