The city of Poreč is an easily reached destination by land, sea, and air. It has a good traffic infrastructure through which it is directly connected to other bigger cities of the Republic of Croatia: Zagreb, Rijeka, and Pula. Whichever way you want to reach Poreč, the natural beauty of the landscape will not leave you equanimous.
Airport Pula (PUY) has good connections with many cities in Europe and Croatia. It is situated 52 km from the city center, and there are several ways to reach it.
- Public transportation - buses
- By car
- Rent a car
More information can be found at Home - Airport Pula (airport-pula.hr)
Other options are:
- Airport Franjo Tuđman (ZAG), Zagreb, Croatia, 264 km od Poreča
- Airporto Ronchi dei Legionari (TRS), Friulia Venezia Giulia, Trieste, Italy, 112 km from Poreč
- Marco Polo Airport (VCE), Venice, Italy, 220 km from Poreč
- Brnik Airport (LJU), Ljubljana, Slovenia, 190 km from Poreč
Few roads lead to Poreč, but we recommend highway A1 (route Zagreb-Rijeka). You should follow the signs for Pula, pass through the tunnel Učka, and then follow signs for Poreč.
Three ferry routes pass through the port of Poreč; none accept cars, 2 accept bicycles, and 2 accept pets on board.
More information can be found at Poreč Ferry Port (croatiaferries.com)
The Bus station in Poreč is situated about 500 meters from the old town and only 100 meters from the seafront promenade. From the bus station in Poreč, you can find a bus to larger cities in Istria and international destinations like Trieste in Italy.
Poreč is very well connected with other Croatian and bigger European towns.
More information about buses can be found at Bus station Poreč, Bus departures and arrivals from Poreč Croatia (buscroatia.com)