Brijuni National Park opens to individual visitors on Monday, 11th May.
Brijuni National Park opens to individual visitors on Monday, 11th May, 2020. Visits will be organized in accordance with the recommendations of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, the Ministry of Environment and Energy and the Civil Protection Headquarters.
Organized tours to Veliki Brijun will restart accompanied by expert licenced guides, at promotional prices of 95 kunas for adults and 50 kunas for children aged 4-14. Organized tours are available as follows: from 9-11 a.m., 11.30-2 p.m. and 1.30-4 p.m.. The customized tour to Veliki Brijun includes a boat ride, an open tourist train ride, a visit to the Safari Park and a walk along the Koch Trail, to the Old Olive Tree and the Brijuni Mediterranean Garden. Visitors will also have the option to visit the scientific-educational centre Boathouse. The number of persons per group will be reduced in accordance with the decisions of the National Headquarter. Visitors are advised to wear face masks indoors: while on the boat and in the Boathouse. According to the guidance of the National Headquarter, the number of passengers both on boat to Veli Brijun and tourist train will be limited.
Visitors have also the possibility to visit Veliki Brijun on their own, without an expert guide, using the new mobile application Brijuni Pocket Guide (links to download the application are for the Play Store on the Android platform: https://play.google.com/store/... and for the App store on the Apple platform: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/brijuni-pocket-guide/id1501314634?ign-mpt=uo%3D2
Besides, electric cars and bicycles will be available at more affordable prices.
Individual golfers are also welcome prior notice to the office of NP Brijuni (on the phone numbers 052 525 881, 052 525 882 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org), due to the limited number of passengers on the boat. Školjka bar will also open its doors for visitors.
Tickets can be purchased online via our official website www.np-brijuni.hr and are not required to be printed. It is enough to show the digital ticket on the mobile device while boat boarding. Guests who have purchased online tickets will receive a refund only in case tours have been cancelled. By purchasing an online ticket the tour is booked and a change of date is no longer possible.
For additional information the office of Brijuni NP in Fažana will be open on weekdays from 8-3 p.m., and on Sundays from 8 -12 a.m..
Any further changes related to the work of the Brijuni National Park will be published on our official website and on social networks.