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Yes you can, just say you wanna pitstop/go through the city "odense". It's the "central" city of the island in the middle "fyn". There is only one paid bridge from "Fyn/odense" to "sjælland/københavn". It costs approx. 67€


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Most people didn't think to click OPTIONS and select Avoid Ferries. The route you are asking about would appear instantly if you do this. Note that on this route there is a €34 one way toll for crossing the Storebælt bridge. (There are also return tolls for evenings, weekends and bank holidays.) This route is also about 140km longer than the route using the ...


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Rome2Rio suggests taking the ferry to Pula, and from there a bus to Rijeka. Below is a screenshot from Rome2Rio: The buses are operated by Autotrans. They run approximately every 2-3 hours, and takes 2h20m to get to Rijeka. At the time of writing (Feb. 2016) the price for a one-way ticket is 86 HRK. Below is a sample timetable for buses leaving on the ...


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The best choice (if you want to travel only by boat) would be to travel by ferry to Rabac from Venice, then rent a "taxiboat" to Rijeka. Otherwise you need to travel to Pula and find something like that there. Moneywise I would say that the least expensive way to get to Rijeka is to take the ferry to Pula and then a bus from there. Mine are just ...


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There are some possible reasons for this, though the exact logic applied is likely different for each ferry line. 1) Consistency in policy, everyone has the same rules for checking in. That way motorists can't complain about having the arrive an hour before foot passengers (because, yes, some will). 2) Convenience with paperwork, if everyone is checked in ...



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