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					       FESTIVAL 2011




Advance Customer Information
PLEASE READ ME THOROUGHLY BEFORE YOU LEAVE FOR OUTLOOK!
CONTENTS


1. INTRO, A MASSIVE WELCOME TO OUTLOOK 2011!               6. PRIVATE ACCOMMODATION INFO:
                                                           6.1. APARTMENTS                              pg 24
2. HELPFUL INFO - PACKING/PLANNING:                        6.2 . “DUBBED-OUT” VERUDELLA HOLIDAY VILLAGE pg 24
2.1. BRING                                      pg 2
                                                           6.3. “OUTLOOK” HOLIDAY VILLAGE               pg 24
2.2. DON’T BRING                                pg 3
                                                           6.4. MEDULIN HOLIDAY VILLAGE                 pg 25
2.3. CROATIAN CUSTOMS & ENTRY REQUIREMENTS      pg 3
2.4. MONEY                                      pg 3

3. FESTIVAL INFO:                                          7. CROATIAN TOURIST
3.1. ARRIVAL INSTRUCTIONS                       pg 4       PRACTICALITIES A-Z:
3.2. A-Z ARTIST DAILY LINE-UP                   pg 5
                                                           7.1. BELONGINGS/VALUABLES                    pg 26
          3.2.1. Thursday 1st September         pg 5
                                                           7.2. BUSINESS HOURS                          pg 26
          3.2.2. Friday 2nd September           pg 6
          3.2.3. Saturday 3rd September         pg 7       7.3. CUSTOMS REGULATIONS                     pg 26
          3.2.4. Sunday 4th September           pg 8       7.4. DISABLED TRAVELLERS                     pg 26
3.3. BOAT PARTIES                               pg 9       7.5. DISCOUNT CARDS                          pg 26
3.4. BOX OFFICES:                               pg 10      7.6. ELECTRICITY                             pg 26
          3.4.1 Accommodation Box O ce          pg 10      7.8. EMBASSIES & CONSULATES                  pg 27
          3.4.2. Campsite Registration Tent     pg 10
                                                           7.9. GAY & LESBIAN TRAVELLERS                pg 28
          3.4.3. Wristband Exchange Box O ce    pg 11
                                                           7.10. HEALTH                                 pg 28
3.5. BUSES - LINES & PRICES                     pg 12
3.6. CONCESSIONS                                pg 13      7.11. INSURANCE                              pg 28
          3.6.1. Merchandise                    pg 13      7.12. LEGAL MATTERS                          pg 28
          3.6.2. Tokens                         pg 13      7.13. MONEY                                  pg 28
3.7. INFORMATION / WELFARE / FIRST AID POINTS   pg 13      7.14. TELEPHONE                              pg 29
3.8. SITE RULES                                 pg 14      7.15. TIME                                   pg 29
3.9. STEWARDS                                   pg 13
                                                           7.16. TOURIST INFORMATION                    pg 29
                                                           7.17. VISAS                                  pg 29
4. TRAVEL INFO:
4.1. AIRPORT TRANSFERS:                         pg 15      7.18. VOCABULARY                             pg 30-31
          4.1.1. To Outlook                     pg 15      7.19. WOMEN TRAVELLERS                       pg 31
          4.1.2. Away from Outlook              pg 16
4.2. CAR:                                       pg 16
                                                           8. LOCAL SITE-SEEING INFO:
          4.2.1. Car hire                       pg 17
                                                           8.1. PULA                                    pg 32-34
          4.2.2. Car directions                 pg 17
          4.2.3. Car parking                    pg 17      8.2. BRUJINI ISLANDS                         pg 35
4.3. PUBLIC BUSES                               pg 17
4.4. LOCAL OUTLOOK BUSES                        pg 17
4.5. SUNSHINE BUSES                             pg18
4.6. TAXIS                                      pg 19

5. CAMPING INFO:
5.1. GENERAL INFORMATION                        pg 20-23
     OUTLOOK ACCOMMODATION MAP                  pg21
5.2. CAMPSITE RULES & REGULATIONS               pg 23
1. INTRO - A MASSIVE WELCOME TO OUTLOOK 2011!!!




Welcome!
We are so excited about this year’s festival! :D Outlook is now the largest Dubstep and Soundsystem Culture festival
in Europe, featuring the biggest names from the most vibrant and cutting edge dance scenes around. This year’s
line-up includes some of the best names in Soundsystem Culture from the worlds of Dub and Dubstep, Reggae,
Dancehall, Drum and Bass, Hiphop, Roots, Soul and Future Beats.

Since its birth in the small village of Petrcane, Outlook has steadily grown and is going from strength to strength!
Anyone who has come to any of the last 3 Outlooks will tell you how amazing the vibe was, how wicked the music
was, how beautiful the people were and how stunning the setting is. And this year is only going to be bigger, better
and bassier!!!

Outlook launched in 2008 to sold-out critical acclaim in Petrcane, a rustic little shing village on the Croatian coast.
In 2009 we took over a beach-front Superclub in Novalja on the Island of Pag. The festival’s second year was larger
and livelier than the rst, but we continued to search for an even more spectacular location.

In 2010 we found what can only be described as the most amazing festival location ever imagined - the magni -
cent Fort Punta Christo, where Outlook has now made its home! An abandoned Fort built in the eighteen
hundreds, the stunning location looks like something from a lost world. Located on a peninsular surrounded by the
ocean just across the bay from Pula, the venue is the perfect destination for sun-soaked daytime beach parties and
on-the-water boat parties… When the sun sets however, the Fort will turn the festival into an entirely di erent
beast!! Are - you - readeeey...?!
2. HELPFUL INFO - PACKING/PLANNING



2.1 - BRING (other than the obvious, like clothes, toiletries etc):
  • YOUR FESTIVAL TICKET!! (paper ticket or email con rmation - sounds obvious but you’d be surprised!)
  • Your Email Confirmation Tickets: Accommodation (deposit payment & full balance payment) / Airport
    Transfer / Boat Party / Camping / Camper-van / Sunshine Bus
  • Your bank card you booked with (or a record of the card number)
  • PASSPORT! - (and ideally a second form of photographic ID if you have one, such as a Driver’s License, as you
    will have to hand your Passport in at the Campsite / Holiday Villages / Private Apartments, so it would be useful
    to have another, but if not - don’t worry!)
  • Photocopy of your passport - (keep a separate record of your passport details - preferably a photocopy of the
   details pages, with next of kin contact details as well in case of emergency)
  • Visa (if you need one)
  • Travel Insurance (it is a good idea to make sure you are fully covered for unexpected losses or expenses such
    as missing ights)
  • Medical Insurance (make sure you are fully covered for medical treatment and medical evacuation. Croatia
   has a reciprocal emergency health arrangement with the UK. European health insurance (EHIC) is not valid in
   Croatia.)
  • Driving License (if you are driving or plan on hiring a car once in Croatia)
  • Prescription Medicines (if you need them)
  • Cash - Kuna (so you don’t have to purely rely on the cash machine)
  • Trainers (Flip- ops/sandals are strictly not allowed inside the FORT. You must be wearing trainers or some
    other form of sturdy shoe in order to be allowed entrance. This is for your own safety as the ground is not
    suitable for unprotected feet and we do not want hundreds of stubbed toes, bruised heels and sprained
    ankles!)
  • Insect repellent (mosquitoes can be right little fuckers early evening onwards)
  • Antihistamine cream (to sooth the bites)
  • Sun cream (so you don’t get frazzled)
  • Towels (de nitely if you’re camping and good idea for apartments as these are not always provided)
  • Phone/camera chargers (there are electric points available in the campsite)
  • Jumper (is hot by day but can get cold at night)
  • If camping: torch, sleeping bag, travel pillow, tent, mat, towel etc (or visit a camping shop in Pula).




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2. HELPFUL INFO - PACKING/PLANNING (Cont.)



2.2 - DON’T BRING
  • Drugs / illegal substances (The Croatian authorities take a very strict stance on the use of drugs. We strongly
    advise that you do not bring drugs with you or try to buy drugs out here. There WILL be a strong police
    presence here at the festival, both uniformed and plain clothed. If you are caught with drugs or caught clearly
    under the in uence of drugs you will be arrested and taken to the police station and at the very least you will
    spend the night in a cell and be given a hefty ne. Croatian drug law policy is a lot stricter than in the UK or
    other European countries, so as a minimum expect to spend the night locked up and in court the next day
    with a €300-600 ne if you get caught by the police o your head or in possession of drugs. In our opinion the
    festival is amazing without the need for drugs. Sunshine, alcohol, beautiful people and that booming bass is all
    you need to have a great time! There's very little to be gained by going on wild goose chases in search of drugs
    or being caught with them!
  • Unauthorised professional recording equipment (Unauthorised professional cameras and video/audio
   equipment are prohibited.)
  • Sharp potentially dangerous objects (especially if ying)
  • Stilettos!
  • Pets!


2.3 - CROATIAN CUSTOMS & ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
  • Any foreign national entering Croatia must possess a valid passport. For stays of less than 90 days, citizens of
    EU countries, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand can enter Croatia without a visa. South Africans
    need a 90-day visa to visit Croatia.
  • The Consular Department of the Croatian Foreign Ministry (tel: 01-456-9964, www.mvpei.hr) can provide
    further information, including a list of nationalities that require a visa to enter Croatia.
  • Personal possessions, 2 litres of wine, 1 litre of spirits, 60millilitres of perfume and 200 cigarettes can be taken
    into Croatia without any duty to be declared.
  • Expensive items such as laptops and cameras should be reported to customs o cials upon arrival to prevent
    problems when taking them out of the country on departure.


2.4 - MONEY:
  • Currency - The Croatian currency is Kuna. The exchange rate is roughly 8.5KN to £1, or 7.5KN to 1€. (A few
    places might accept Euros but generally you need Kuna.)
  • ATMs/Cash Machines (Bankomat) - There is an ATM in the Festival Campsite, as well as in the local villages such
    as Stinjan and Fazana, and in Pula.
  • Tokens - The Outlook Festival bars and stalls all use a token system. You can exchange your Kuna at Token
    Points all around the site, and then use your tokens to pay for drinks etc.
  • General costs: Main dishes in restaurants range from 70KN to 150KN / Pizza - 40-65KN / Sandwiches - 30-50KN /
    Beer - 20KN for 0.5Litre (approximately 1 pint) / Cider - 25KN / Spirit + Mixer - around 25KN / Cigarettes - 20KN




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3. FESTIVAL INFO




3.1 - ARRIVAL INSTRUCTIONS
On arrival: If you arrive within the Festival Wristband Exchange opening hours, then please go straight there before
going to the campsite or your private accommodation to collect your festival wristband. If you arrive outside these
hours then you will have to wait until the next day to collect your wristband, and will have to brie y take your
Passport from the reception of wherever you are staying to use as ID to get your festival wristband.


Festival Wristband Exchange opening hours:
       Sunday 28th August 2011: 10.00 - 22.00
       Monday 29th August 2011: 10.00 - 22.00
       Tuesday 30 August 2011: 10.00 - 00.00
       Wednesday 31st August 2011: 10.00 - 00.00
       Thursday 1st September 2011: 10.00 - 00.00
       Friday 2nd September 2011: 10.00 - 00.00




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3.2 - A-Z ARTIST DAILY LINE-UP:

The full set-times will be published in the Outlook Festival Programme, available when you arrive on site, but these
are the stage opening times and an A-Z list of which artists are playing on each day.

Festival opening hours: Thursday 1st - Sunday 4th September
        Harbour: 16.00 - 04.00
        Dockside: 13.00 - 05.00
        Fort Arena 1: 20.00 - 06.00
        Mungos: 17.00 - 06.00
        Moat: 17.00 - 06.00
        Outside the Fort: 17.00 - 06.00
        Courtyard: 20.00 - 05.00
        Ballroom: 20.00 - 06.00
        Dungeon: 20.00 - 06.00
        Beach: 12noon - 20.00
        Ball Court: 12noon - 20.00
        Campsite Music: 12noon - 20.00




3.2.1 - THURSDAY 1st September
ABU / ANXST / BALKANS HIFI / BAMWISE (LIVE) / BAMWISE (LIVE) / BASS CULTURE / BEN HUNTER / BENJI B / BENNY
PAGE / BLACKBOARD JUNGLE SOUND SYSTEM / BLACKS / BUDS / BUG / BUNZERO / CARDOPUSHER / CONFUSION
DJ'S / COOLY G / CV SPOOK / CYRUS / DADDY FREDDY / DAVID RODIGAN / DISRUPT / DJ FU / DJ+ / DOT ROTTEN /
DUBHEART (LIVE) / DUFFSTEP / EARL 16 /EARTHPIPE / EBK / EMALKAY / FEAT JAMIE XX / GENTLEMAN’S DUB CLUB
(LIVE) / HIATUS / ICU AUDIO / IKONIKA / INDRA / IRATION STEPPAS / JABBATON / JAEREMIAH JAE / JENNA G / JOE
ARIWA / JUDDA / KELVIN BROWN / KINGSTON SOUND / KITCHA / KODE 9 / KROMESTAR / L-WIZ / LAZELL / LAZI /
LD50 / LIONDUB / LOCKED SOUND SYSTEM / LOGAN D / LOGAN SAMA - BADNESS / MACKA B GENERAL LEVY / MAD
PROFESSOR (LIVE DUB SHOW) / MAFFI (LIVE) / MARKSMAN / MATT U / MC ANDLAR / MC EKSMAN / MC GUSTO / MC
JOE PENG / MC RAFTA / MC TALISMAN / MC TONN PIPER / MELLY / MIDNIGHT RESISTANCE / MIMI / MISTA JAM /
MORGAN ZARATE / MOSAIX / MR J CUTTER / MUNGO'S HIFI / N-TYPE / NEWHAM GENERALS / NICKY BLACKMARKET
/ OBF SOUND SYSTEM / P MONEY / PACO TEN / PARTY2STYLE / PHI LIFE CYPHER / PISTOLERO / PLASTICIAN / PRE
PAUL / PRE PAUL / PRIMARY OBJECTIVE / REDS / RIDDIM TUFFA / ROOTS HIFI / RSD / RUB A DUB MARKET / RUCKSPIN
/ SAMMY DREAD / SATIVO / SCRATCHA DVA /SEASPLASH PULA CREW / SEE MORE PRODUCTIONS / SHAPE / SIMPLE
SIMPLE / SLUGZ & BOYSON / SNOWFOX / SOCUM / SOLO BANTON / SOOM T(LIVE) / STEPPA / STEVE BEDLAM /
SULLY / TEEBS / TERROR DANJAH / THE HEATWAVE / TIGER LIGHTENING / TIPPA IRIE / TRANSIT MAFIA /TRIP TO ZION
/ TRUE TIGER / UNITED FORCES OF DUB / WESTERN SYNTHETICS
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3.2 - A-Z ARTIST DAILY LINE-UP:




3.2.2 - FRIDAY 2nd September


AL SONAR / ALEX NUT / ANT TC1 / ARP 101 / BEN UFO / BLACKBOARD JUNGLE / BRACKLES / BREAKDANCE

BATTLES / BROKE ’N’ £NGLISH / CAPITAL R / CERN / CHEF / CHIMPO / CONFUSION DJ'S / CONFUSION DJs / CONGO

NATTY / CONSEQUENCE / CRAZY D / D-BRIDGE / DADDY FREDDY / DADDY U / DIGITAL MYSTIKZ / DISTANCE / DLR

/ DMZ /DOC DANEEKA / DUB BOY / EL - B / ELPHINO / EVERGREEN / FALTY DL / FIREHOUSE SOUND / FLIPTRIX /

FLOWDAN / FRENDZY D / FUSED FORCES / GABRIEL DEEP / GET LOW CARTEL / GOSTWAN / GOTH-TRAD / HATCHA

/HIJAK / INC / INDIGO / INFLUX / INK / INSTRA:MENTAL / IRATION STEPPAS (LIVE) / JACK SPARROW / JACKO /

JACKY MURDA / JERA / JJ / JOE DUBZ / JOE KANE / JON K / KID KANEVIL / KLOSE ONE / KRUMS / KUTMAH / KYDRO

/ L-WIZ / LANDLORD / LIL SILVA / LOEFAH / LOJIK / LOXY /MADNICE / MARTIN KEMP / MC AD / MC DADDY FREDDY

/ MC FOKUS / MC GUSTO / MC ILLAMAN / MC JC / MC SKATTA / MC SOLO BANTON / MC SOOM TMC STAPLETON /

MC SUBLIMINAL / MISTAMEN / MIZZ BEATS / MO DELICIOUS / MPJ SLO / MUNGO'S HIFI / MYSTERY / NICE UP /

NYMFO / OBF SOUND SYSTEM / OCTANE / ORDIO KID / PEAK PHINE / PINCH / QUEST / RACKNRUIN / RATTUS

RATTUS / REUBEN / RICH REASON / ROBIN HOOD / ROWAN / RSD / SAMMY DREAD / SEIJI / SENCHA / SGT POKES /

SILKIE / SKEPTICAL / SLUGABED /SP:MC / SPINLINE / SPY / SUBMOTION ORCHESTRA(LIVE) / SURVIVAL /SYNKRO /

T-BREAKS / TENJA / TENOR FLY / THE BUG / THE HEATWAVE / TOMMY GUN / TOP CAT / TROJAN SOUND SYSTEM /

TROPICS (LIVE) / TRU / TUESDAY CLUB DJ'S / TUNNIDGE / TWINKLE BROTHERS (LIVE) / UNITED VIBRATIONS (LIVE) /

VECTRA / VERB T / VIVEK /




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3.2 - A-Z ARTIST DAILY LINE-UP:




3.2.3 - SATURDAY 3rd September


ACRE / ALEX BLACK / ALIX PEREZ / ASHBURNER / BASTIAN / BENGA / BENJI B / BENTON / BIOME / BLACKBOARD

JUNGLE SOUND SYSTEM / BODDIKA / BREAK / BULLION / CAPTAIN CRUNCH / CHARLIE P / CHUNKYCOMMIX /

CONFUSION DJ'S / COUNT SKYLARKIN / CRIM / CRST / DANMAN / DARKSIDE / DAVE MARTIN / DISKO 404 /

DISTANCE / DJ FOSTER / DJ MADD / DJ NUFF / DJ SPUD / DJ WRONGTOM / DOM HZ / DUB MAFIA (LIVE) / DUB-4 /

DUBATEERS / DUBBLOKE / DUBKASM / EARTHPIPE / ECHO RANKS / ELPHINO / FINWA / FLOATING POINTS / FLUX

PAVILION / FOREIGN BEGGARS / GOLI / GUIDO / HARDHOUSE BANTON / HATCHA / HERBAL SESSIONS / HESSLE

AUDIO / HIDDEN ORCHESTRA (LIVE) / HIJAK / HUDSON MOHAWKE / ICICLE / INTRODUCING (LIVE) /IRATION

STEPPAS / J STAR / JAY 5IVE / JEHST (LIVE) / JOE COSENESS / KELVIN BROWN / KENNY KNOTTS / KIDKANEVIL / KION

/ KORELESS / KRIS - DEEP MEDI / KURUNAKA 1945 / KYLE HALL / LOEFAH / LONE / MADU MESSENGER / MAKI

BANTON / MC CHUNKY / MC CRAZY D / MC G DOUBLE / MC GANJI KILLAH / MC SUBLIMINAL / MIGHTY BOOGIE /

MIGHTY MOE / MOXIE / NIGHT OWL / NIGHT WAVE / NUMA CREW / OBF SOUND SYSTEM / OHOI / ONEMAN /

PHAROAHE MONCHE (LIVE) / PINCH / RAZOR REKTA / REEPS ONE / REGENT / REGGAE ROAST / ROCKWELL / ROSKA

/ RUSTIE / SOLO BANTON / SOUTH BOUND HANGERS / SPACE DIMENSION CONTROLLER / SPECTRASOUL /

STANDHIGH / SWAMP 81 / SWEDE / T! / THE STEPPAHS / TROJAN SOUND SYSTEM / UNLIKELY / UNTOLD / VALTA /

VERSA / VIBRONICS / ZED BIAS




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3.2 - A-Z ARTIST DAILY LINE-UP:




3.2.4 - SUNDAY 4th September


ADDISON GROOVE / ALDIN / ALEX BLACK / ALEXANDER NUT / ANDY LEMAY / BANE / BASS INVADERS / BEN

HUNTER / BLACKBOARD JUNGLE SOUND SYSTEM / BLUNTSTEP / BOK BOK / BUCK:ONE & DOZY / CHANNEL ONE /

CIXXX J / CONGO NATTY / COTTI / DADDY GENIUS / DAWN PENN (LIVE) / DR P / DUB ASTANTE / DUB SMUGGLERS /

DUB-4 / DUBNIUM DJs / EDDY RAMICH / ELVEE / FILIP MOTOVUNSKI / FIREHOUSE SOUND / FRICTION / FUNTCASE /

GEORGE FITZGERALD / GIRL UNIT / HOPPA / IRK / HORACE ANDY (LIVE) / ICEMAN / INSPIRATIONAL SOUNDS / IT'S A

DUBSTEP THING / J ZOOMABA / JACKY MURDA / JAH BILLAH / JAH SHAKA / JAKES / JOHNNY CLARKE (LIVE) /JON K /

JON ROY / KELVIN / KEN EVIL / KENNY KEN / KINGSTON SOUND / KOAN SOUND / KROMESTAR / KRUNCH IT / L-VIS

1990 / LIONDUB / LOCO / LOFTY / LOOPJUNKIES / LOST / MARCUS NASTY / MARKSMAN / MARTYN / MC ANDLAR /

MC GUSTO / MC JC / MC NAVIGATOR / MC RAFTA / MC TALISMANN / MC TENOR FLY / MC TOP CAT / MENENDEZ

BROTHERS / MIGHTY BASS / MJ COLE / MONOLOW / MOSCA / NIKA / NOAH D / NOISSES / NU LIFE / OBF SOUND

SYSTEM / PANGAEA / PAUL SPYMANIA / PEARSON SOUND / PHAELEH / PHONETICS / PRINCE FATTY PROPHECY / R1

RYDERS / RAHMANEE / RAS KWAME / RESONATORS (LIVE) / RIKINES / RISKOTHEQUE / ROOTS HIFI / SALARYMAN /

SCUBA / SGT POKES / SHACKLETON / SHY FX / SIBA / SKREAM / SLUGZ & BOYSON / STAMINA MC / STENCHMAN /

SUB MOB CREW / SWISS / TRIP TO ZION / TRUTH / TUESDAY CLUB / VON D / WHITE TYSON / YUKIMURA




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3.3 - BOAT PARTIES

  • Boarding: You must be at the Dock ready to board 30 minutes before the boat leaves with your email
    con rmation ticket and the bank card you booked it with (or a record of the card number of the original
    purchaser, or if you have lost your card, bring your new card and ID which corresponds to the name).


  • Departures: Boats will leave on time every day so if you are late the boat will not wait, and you will miss out.
    Outlook Festival accepts no responsibility for late persons and refunds will not be available.


  • Alcohol: You may not bring your own alcohol onto the boat. A selection of drinks will be sold at the bar on the
    boat, which you can only buy with cash - Kunas only - (NOT tokens, euros or any other currency). There is no
    cash machine on the boats, so please make sure you have enough Kuna in cash well before queueing for the
    boat.


  • No diving: Strictly no jumping o the boats whilst out at sea. If you do, the boat will not stop and you risk
    personal harm. PLEASE be careful, most of all when disembarking from the boat as you may be a little tipsy, so
    accept help from the stewards as they are there to help you.


  • Toilets: There is a toilet on the boat, but we suggest you go to the toilet before boarding the boat to avoid
    congestion and queueing.

  • If you jump off a boat you will have your festival wristband cut off and you wont be able to come to the festival
    site for the rest of your stay.

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3.4 - BOX OFFICES
Box o ces are there to help you. They are all clearly marked and to the left of the main entrance of the festival
campsite, Camp Puntizela.

3.4.1 - Accommodation Box Office

Function: Check-in for apartment bookings only / accommodation general enquiries. (Those with bookings for
‘Outlook’ Holiday Village, the ‘Dubbed-Out’ Holiday Village in Verudela, or the Medulin Holiday Village should go
directly there - all of which are open 24hrs.)

Opening hours:
      Monday 29th Aug: 09.00 - 21.00
      Tuesday 30th Aug: 09.00 - 21.00
      Wednesday 31st Aug: 09.00 - 21.00
      Thursday 1st Sep: 09.00 - 21.00



3.4.2 - Campsite Registration Tent
Function: Campsite wristband exchange / purchase of additional nights / general camping enquiries (all other
queries can be directed to Camp Puntizela Reception)

Opening hours:
      Sun 28th Aug: 10.00 - 00.00
      Mon 29th Aug: 10.00 - 00.00
      Tues 30th Aug: 10.00 - 02.00
      Wed 31st Aug: 10.00 - 02.00
      Thurs 1st Sep: 10.00 - 02.00
      Fri 2nd Sep: 10.00 - 00.00
      Sat 3rd Sep: 10.00 - 00.00



If you will be arriving outside of these opening hours then you will have to make your own sleeping arrangements
until reception opens again at 10am in the morning. If you arrive before Sun 28th you will have to register with
Camp Puntizela Reception, and then come to register with the Outlook Campsite Registration Tent once it opens
on Sun 28th.

(Access to the campsite is authorised between mid-day and 8pm for anyone with a 4 day Outlook Festival Wrist-
band. At all other times only people with a Campsite Wristband are allowed entry into the campsite grounds.)




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3.4.3 - Wristband Exchange Box Office

Function: provides festival wristband in exchange for tickets/email con rmations (Have your ticket or printed email
con rmation and passport ready. We will ID you - check your age using your passport, take your e-con rmation
and ticket, and in exchange we will give you a wristband that will gain access into the festival site - YOU MUST wear
this wristband for the duration of the Festival as you will be denied access to the site without it. If you lose your
wristband Outlook Festival will not replace it, and you will need to purchase a new ticket to access the Festival Site.)


Opening hours:
        Sunday 28th Aug: 10.00 - 10.00
        Monday 29th Aug: 10.00 - 10.00
        Tuesday 30 Aug: 10.00 - 00.00
        Wednesday 31st Aug: 10.00 - 02.00
        Thursday 1st Sep: 10.00 - 02.00
        Friday 2nd Sep: 10.00 - 02.00




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3.5 - BUSES - LINES & PRICES:
  • Bus stop: There is a bus stop right outside the Outlook Festival Campsite (Camp Puntizela).
  • Bus passes: Free bus passes will be given to customers who booked apartments in local villages (eg. Stinjan,
     Valbandon, Veli Vrh, Fazana, Peroj, but NOT Pula or any of the Holiday Villages) when they register at the
     Accommodation Box O ce.
  • Prices/Oyster Cards: Oyster cards can be bought from Bus drivers - 100kn (30kn for card & 70kn credit). Extra
    credit can be topped up at Puntizela, Fazana, Verudella, & 4 locations in Pula. A single ticket bought on the bus
    in one direction is 25,00 HRK. A single ticket paid with an Oyster card in one direction is 23,00 HRK.
  • Local Public Bus lines:
        2A - Pula - Verudella (Day Bus, 06:00-22:00, every 20mins) - 6kn
        3A - Verudella - Pula (Day Bus, 06:00-22:00, every 20mins) - 6kn
        5A - Pula - Veli Vhr - Stinjan - Puntizela (Day Bus, 06:00-22:00, every 30mins) 6kn

  • Outlook Bus lines (1-4 Sep):
      62 - Verudella - Stinjan - Veli vhr - Puntizela (Night Bus)
      Route: Verudela – Giardini – Šijana - Veli vrh - Štinjan – Puntižela – Štinjan - Veli vrh – Mlin – Riva –
      Giardini - Verudela.
      Departs Verudela every hour from 22:00 to 05:00
      Departs Puntižela every hour from 22:30 to 05:30

       63 - Peroj - Fazana - Valbandon - Puntizela (Day&Night Bus)
       Route: Peroj – Fažana – Valbadon – Puntižela – Valbandon – Fažana - Peroj
       Departs Peroj every hour from 11:00 until 07:00
       Departs Puntižela every hour from 11:30 until 07:30
       Extra 63 Bus: Peroj - Puntizela
       Peroj – Fažana – Šurida – hidrobaza – Puntižela – hidrobaza – Šurida – Fažana - Peroj
       Departs Peroj every hours from 03:30 until 06:30 and from 17:30 until 21:30
       Departs Puntižela every hour from 04:00 until 07:00 and from 18:00 until 22:00

       64 - Meduin - Puntizela - Medulin (Night Bus)
       Route: Medulin - Pula (bypass) - Veli vrh – Šurida – Puntižela – Šurida - Veli vrh - Pula (bypass) - Medulin
       Departs Medulin (Kažela) every 30mins from 18:00 until 06:00
       Departs Puntižela every 30 mins from 18:45 until 06:45




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3.6 - CONCESSIONS:
3.6.1 - Merchandise Stalls:




Location: Outlook 2011 merchandise will be available from front of house by the main gate by the campsite and
from the concessions stall by the Harbour stage.
Merchandise available: hoodies, sweaters, t-shirts, girls vests, and tunics as well as the Outlook Programmes and
lanyards (with set times).

Opening hours:
      Main Gate Stall:
      Sun 28th Aug: 12:00 - 22:00
      Mon 29th Aug: 12:00 - 22:00
      Tues 30th Aug: 10:00 - 24:00
      Wed 31st Aug: 10:00 - 02:00                      Harbour Stall:
      Thurs 1st Sep: 10:00 - 02:00                     Thurs 1st Sep: 12:00 - 24:00
      Fri 2nd Sep: 10:00 - 12:00                       Fri 2nd Sep: 12:00 - 24:00
      Sat 3rd Sep: 10:00 - 12:00                       Sat 3rd Sep: 12:00 - 24:00
      Sun 4th Sep: 10:00 - 12:00                       Sun 4th Sep: 12:00 - 24:00
      Mon 5th Sep: tbc                                 Mon 5th Sep: tbc



3.6.2 - Tokens:
Function: The bars and food concessions will be running on a token system. Croatian Kuna can be exchanged for
Tokens from various places around the site.
Opening hours: Festival opening hours.



3.7 - INFORMATION / WELFARE / FIRST AID POINTS:
There is one Information Point and there are three Welfare/First Aid Points which can be seen on the site map. The
Information Point by the campsite is there to provide all festival general information and help direct and advise
people as they arrive. Once the festival has started, you should go to the Welfare Points where they can provide you
with festival information and deal with more serious medical or personal situations or help you if you wish to report
or retrieve lost property or missing persons. And in case of accident or injury please report to Fist Aid.

Opening hours:
INFORMATION POINT - Campsite                           WELFARE & INFORMATION POINT 1 - Campsite
      Tues 30th Aug: 11.00 - 23.00                          Sun 28th Aug: 11.00 - 03.00
      Wed 31st Aug: 11.00 - 23.00                           Mon 29th Aug - Wed 7th Sep: 24hours
      Thurs 1st Sep: 11.00 - 23.00                          Wed 7th Sep: closes @ 19.00

WELFARE & INFORMATION POINT 2 - Harbour                WELFARE & INFORMATION POINT 3 - Fort
     Thurs 1st Sep: 13.00 - 06.00                           Thurs 1st Sep: 17.00 - 07.00
     Fri 2nd Sep: 13.00 - 06.00                             Fri 2nd Sep: 17.00 - 07.00
     Sat 3rd Sep: 13.00 - 06.00                             Sat 3rd Sep: 17.00 - 07.00
     Sun 4th Sep: 13.00 - 06.00                             Sun 4th Sep: 17.00 - 07.00
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3.8 - FESTIVAL SITE RULES:
   • DRUGS - The Croatian authorities take a very strict stance on the use of drugs. We STRONGLY advise that you
     do not bring drugs to the festival or try to buy drugs here. There WILL be a strong police presence at the Festival,
     both uniformed and plain clothed. If you are caught with drugs or caught clearly under the in uence of drugs
     you will be arrested and taken to police station and at the very least you will spend the night in a cell and be
     given a hefty ne. Croatian Drug law policy is a lot stricter than in the UK or other European countries, so as a
     minimum expect to spend the night locked up and in court the next day with a 300-600€ ne if you get caught
     by the police o your head or in possession of drugs.

   • NO GUNS/KNIVES - or potentially dangerous objects

   • NO FOOD/DRINK - Food and drink may not be brought inside the Festival site, including bottles of water, but
     there are several water pumps inside the site.

   • NO FLIP-FLOPS/SANDALS IN FORT OR HARBOUR - Flip- ops/sandals are strictly not allowed inside the
     FORT/HARBOUR. You must be wearing trainers or some other form of sturdy shoe in order to be allowed
     entrance. This is for your own safety as the ground is not suitable for unprotected feet and we do not want
     hundreds of stubbed toes, bruised heels and sprained ankles!

   • NO PROFESSIONAL RECORDING - Unauthorised professional cameras and video/audio equipment are
    prohibited. Live video/audio recordings made without the permission of the artist/promoter are prohibited.

   • TIDY-UP - There are bins provided - USE THEM! There is no excuse to leave litter everywhere. Don’t leave it to
     someone else to clear up, but take responsibility for your own rubbish so this beautiful festival site stays
     beautiful and can be enjoyed by everyone else as well. :)

   • BE COURTEOUS - Please be respectful and courteous to all those around you; sta and fellow festival-goers,
     visitors and Croatians.

   • STICK TO PATHS - Please do not wander o into the undergrowth and try to keep to paths as this region of
     Croatia has a number of scorpions, spiders and snakes that do bite. Areas signed o limits or out of bounds are
     not safe for public access.

   • WEAR INSECT REPELLENT - If you don’t wish to be eaten alive - please wear insect repellent or cover bare skin
     from the early evening onwards. The mosquitoes can be right little fuckers!




3.9 - STEWARDS:

English-speaking Stewards will be dotted around the site and will be at all key areas to assist with the Croatian
security team. Please understand that not all Croatians speak English - so the Stewards are there to assist you.
Stewards will be wearing luminous high visibility jackets. Please respect them and they will assist you. They are a
massive part of the Outlook Festival team, so please use them for information as often as you need.




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4. TRAVEL INFO




All advance transfers to the festival site have now sold out, there may be a couple of seats available on
some buses, you can ask when you arrive at the airport. There are a small handful of seats available back
to the airports after the festival and these can still be bought from www.leedstickets.com

4.1 - AIRPORT TRANSFERS:
  • Transfers must have been pre-booked. Some have sold out and the booking deadline for those still available is
    23rd August. If you have not booked a transfer and need to nd other means of getting to the Festival - please
    see the Public Bus section below.
  • Below is a list of the different transfers. When you arrive at the Airport, please follow signs to the car / coach
    park and lookout for someone with an Outlook sign and who will be waiting for you to tick you o the list and a
    coach with an Outlook sign on it.
  • IMPORTANT NOTICE! TRANSFERS FROM OUTLOOK FESTIVAL TO LJUBLJANA AIRPORT WILL NOW BE
   LEAVING AT 10:30 AM rather than the originally stated time of 12:00. Please see the revised departure times
    below.

4.1.1 - Transfers TO Outlook Festival:
Ljubljana Airport – Outlook Festival
       Mon 29th – Pick-up time – 17:30 (for     ights arriving into Ljubljana at or before 16:45)
       Tues 30th – Pick-up time – 17:30 (for    ights arriving into Ljubljana at or before 16:45)
       Wed 31st – Pick-up time – 17:30 (for    ights arriving into Ljubljana at or before 16:45)
       Thurs 1st – Pick-up time – 17:30 (for   ights arriving into Ljubljana at or before 16:45)

Zagreb – Outlook Festival
       Mon 29th – Pick-up time – 15:30 (for     ights arriving into Zagreb at or before 14:45)
       Tues 30th – Pick-up time – 11:00 (for    ights arriving into Zagreb at or before 10:15)
       Wed 31st – Pick-up time – 11:00 (for    ights arriving into Zagreb at or before 10:15)
       Thurs 1st – Pick-up time – 11:00 (for   ights arriving into Zagreb at or before 10:15)

Trieste – Outlook Festival
       Tues 30th – Pick-up Time – 15:45 (for ights arriving into Trieste at or before 15:00)
       Wed 31st – Pick-up Time – 15:15 (for ights arriving into Trieste at or before 14:30)
       Thurs 1st – Pick-up Time – 15:45 (for ights arriving into Trieste at or before 15:00)

Venice Marco Polo – Outlook Festival
       Mon 29th – Pick-up Time – 13:00 (for     ights arr. into Marco Polo at or before 12:15)
       Tues 30th – Pick-up Time – 13:00 (for    ights arr. into Marco Polo at or before 12:15)
       Wed 31st – Pick-up Time – 13:00 (for    ights arr. into Marco Polo at or before 12:15)
       Thurs 1st – Pick-up Time – 13:00 (for   ights arr. into Marco Polo at or before 12:15)
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4.1.2 - Transfers AWAY FROM Outlook Festival:

Outlook Festival – Ljubljana Airport
IMPORTANT NOTICE! Transfers from Outlook Festival to Ljubljana Airport will now be leaving at 10:30am rather
than the originally stated time of 12:00. Please see the revised departure times below:
        Mon 5th – Pick-up time – 10:30 (for ights departing Ljubljana at 16:00 or later)
        Tues 6th – Pick-up time – 10:30 (for ights departing Ljubljana at 16:00 or later)
        Wed 7th – Pick-up time – 10:30 (for ights departing Ljubljana at 16:00 or later)

Outlook Festival – Zagreb
      Mon 5th – Pick-up time – 07:00 (for ights departing Zagreb at 13:30 or later)
      Tues 6th – Pick-up time – 02:00 (for ights departing Zagreb at 08:30 or later)
      Wed 7th – Pick-up time – 08:00 (for ights departing Zagreb at 14:00 or later)

Outlook Festival – Trieste
      Mon 5th – Pick-up time – 13:00 (for ights departing Trieste at 18:00 or later)
      Tues 6th – Pick-up time – 09:00 (for ights departing Trieste at 14:00 or later)

Outlook Festival – Venice Treviso
Venice Treviso airport is closed for maintenance during August and September therefore there are no longer
transfers.

Outlook Festival – Venice Marco Polo
      Mon 5th – Pick-up time – 03:00 (for    ights departing Marco Polo at 11:00 or later)
      Mon 5th – Pick-up time – 09:00 (for    ights departing Marco Polo at 17:00 or later)
      Tues 6th – Pick-up time – 03:00 (for   ights departing Marco Polo at 11:00 or later)
      Tues 6th – Pick-up time – 09:00 (for   ights departing Marco Polo at 17:00 or later)
      Tues 6th – Pick-up time – 13:00 (for   ights departing Marco Polo at 21:00 or later)
      Wed 7th – Pick-up time – 04:00 (for    ights departing Marco Polo at 12:00 or later)
      Wed 7th – Pick-up time – 09:00 (for    ights departing Marco Polo at 17:00 or later)
      Wed 7th – Pick-up time – 13:00 (for    ights departing Marco Polo at 21:00 or later)



4.2 - CARS:

4.2.1 - Car directions:
   • Festival address: The Festival address is the Outlook Festival Campsite - Camping Puntižela:
         Puntizela d.o.o.               Tel: +385 52 517 490
         52100 Pula CROATIA             Website: http://puntizela.hr/

  • Map To see where Outlook Festival is on google, please look at the google map in the Car section on the
    website: http://www.outlookfestival.com/info/travel/car/

  • Directions from Vodnjan: When leaving Vodnjan head south toward Pula, after 4km turn right at signposts for
    Fazana. After 2 km you will reach the exit for the Puntizela Campsite. Turn left here and drive another 1.5 km
    until you reach the entrance to the Campsite.

  • Directions from Pula (Peličeti junction): At the Peličeti exit turn right in the direction of Pula, and continue
    driving (along the ring-road, you will pass three cross-roads with tra c lights) approx. 4 km (to INA petrol
    station Veli Vrh). Then turn left and continue driving in direction of Fažana. After 2 km you will reach exit for
    Camp Puntižela. Turn left, drive 1.5 km and you will come to the Campsite entrance.
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4.2.2 - Car hire in Croatia:
   • Driving requirements: Drivers must be over 21 years old and have had a valid driving license for a minimum
     of 2 years. A credit card and a current passport or national identity card are also required.
  • Insurance: Basic insurance is included in the price, but it is advisable to purchase Collision Damage Waiver
     (CDW) and Theft Protection (TP) for the duration of the hire. Accidents must be reported to the police (tel:112)
     immediately, otherwise the insurance is void.
  • Online booking companies: Avis (tel: +385 (0)1-467 3603; www.avis.com.hr), Budget (tel: +385 (0)1-480 5688;
     www.budget.hr), Sixt (tel: +385 (0)1-655 1599; www.sixt.hr)Uni-Rent (tel: +385 (0)21 797 327; www.uni-rent.net)
  • Prices: A weekly economy rental (such as a Fiat Uno) starts at around 2,200kn.
  • Emergency assistance: The Croatian Automobile Club (Hrvatski Autoklub - HAK) provides emergency break
     down assistance (tel: 987, www.hak.hr). Calls should be pre xed 01 if made from a mobile telephone.

4.2.3 - Car parking:

  • In Croatia: Car parks are often located just outside the pedestrianised old towns, and cost between 5-20kn an
    hour. Fees are often charged 24hours a day, seven days a week.
  • At the Festival: There is a free car park just outside the campsite, and if this gets lled up then there is another
    one further down the road.

4.3 - PUBLIC BUSES:
  • If you haven’t booked an Airport Transfer and need another means of getting to the Festival, then a public bus
     is probably your best option. Get a taxi or bus from the airport to the city’s central bus station and from there
     you should be able to get a bus to Pula, and then change for another local bus or taxi to the Festival site.
  • The best websites for inter-city are http://www.autotrans.hr/ or http://www.autobusni-
    kolodvor.com/en/terminal.aspx?k=4&d=191 (click on the bus line (eg. Split-Pula) to see the full route and
    timings).
  • Once in Pula, you can get a local bus to the Festival, lookout for buses to Fazana and Puntizela and the bus
    stops right outside the Festival Campsite – you’ll know when you’ve got there! If you’d rather get a taxi - see the
    taxi section Point 4.6.

4.4 - Local Outlook Buses:
   • Local Public Bus lines:
        2A - Pula - Verudella (Day Bus, 06:00-22:00, every 20mins) - 6kn
        3A - Verudella - Pula (Day Bus, 06:00-22:00, every 20mins) - 6kn
        5A - Pula - Veli Vhr - Stinjan - Puntizela (Day Bus, 06:00-22:00, every 30mins) 6kn
   • Outlook Bus lines (1-4 Sep):
       62 - Verudella - Stinjan - Veli vhr - Puntizela (Night Bus)
       Route: Verudela – Giardini – Šijana - Veli vrh - Štinjan – Puntižela – Štinjan - Veli vrh – Mlin – Riva –
       Giardini - Verudela.
       Departs Verudela every hour from 22:00 to 05:00
       Departs Puntižela every hour from 22:30 to 05:30
        63 - Peroj - Fazana - Valbandon - Puntizela (Day&Night Bus)
        Route: Peroj – Fažana – Valbadon – Puntižela – Valbandon – Fažana - Peroj
        Departs Peroj every hour from 11:00 until 07:00
        Departs Puntižela every hour from 11:30 until 07:30
        Extra 63 Bus: Peroj - Puntizela
        Peroj – Fažana – Šurida – hidrobaza – Puntižela – hidrobaza – Šurida – Fažana - Peroj
        Departs Peroj every hours from 03:30 until 06:30 and from 17:30 until 21:30
        Departs Puntižela every hour from 04:00 until 07:00 and from 18:00 until 22:00
        64 - Meduin - Puntizela - Medulin (Night Bus)
        Route: Medulin - Pula (bypass) - Veli vrh – Šurida – Puntižela – Šurida - Veli vrh - Pula (bypass) - Medulin
        Departs Medulin (Kažela) every 30mins from 18:00 until 06:00
        Departs Puntižela every 30 mins from 18:45 until 06:45

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4.5 - SUNSHINE BUS:

(If you have not done so already, please email nanci@outlookfestival.com letting her know at which pick up
location (London or Manchester) you will be boarding the bus, along with your full name, reference number and
the number of tickets you purchased.)



Departure from the UK – Tuesday 30th August pm
  • Manchester – departing at 19.00 Tues 30th August, (arrive @ Outlook – Thurs 1st September am.)
    Meeting point: Manchester Academy, Manchester University Union, Oxford rd, Manchester,
    Greater Manchester, M13 9PR

  • London, Epping – departing at 23.00 Tues 30th August, (arrive @ Outlook the morning of Thurs 1st
    September.)
    Meeting point: 175 High Street, Epping CM16 4BL
    Closest tube is Epping, we have to use this area to stop the coaches coming inside the M25 as this incurs extra
    charges.
  • Punctuality: Please be at the pick up locations on time as we have to catch the ferry and you will be left behind
    if late, with no refund!

Departure from Pula – Tuesday 6th September at 11.00
  • For return coaches to both London and Manchester please meet at the central Car Park by the Festival Campsite
    at 11.00.
  • Arriving into London & Manchester on Wednesday evening.
  • Punctuality: Please be at the pick up locations on time as we have to catch the ferry and you will be left behind
    if late, with no refund!

(We cannot be more speci c about arrival times as the journey times can vary greatly depending on delays and
volume of tra c.)




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4.6 - TAXIS:


A Taxi will be the easiest way to get from Pula to the site and should cost about 130kn. Taxis can be hailed outside
stations and airports very easily or from taxi ranks in Pula.

Once at the Festival, there will be taxis hanging around outside the Festival entrance, but if you want to order one,
Outlook has a partnership with the following company with the estimated prices below:



Company: Erica auto-taxi obrt

Tel: 00385 (0) 52 - 223 228

Mob: 00385 (0) 98 - 440 844



        • Airport to Pula Centre = 100kn

        • Airport to Outlook Campsite (Camp Puntizela) = 130kn

        • Outlook Campsite (Camp Puntizela) to Stinjan = 50kn

        • Outlook Campsite (Camp Puntizela) to Valbandon = 50kn

        • Outlook Campsite (Camp Puntizela) to Veli Vrh = 60kn

        • Outlook Campsite (Camp Puntizela) to Fazana = 80kn

        • Outlook Campsite (Camp Puntizela) to Pula centre = 80kn

        • Outlook Campsite (Camp Puntizela) to Verudela = 130kn

        • Outlook Campsite (Camp Puntizela) to Peroj = 130kn

        • Outlook Campsite (Camp Puntizela) to the Airport = 130kn




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5. CAMPING INFO




5.1 - GENERAL CAMPING INFO:

  • Campsite: Outlook Festival Campsite is called Camp Puntizela - http://puntizela.hr/
  • Map: You can see a map of the campsite on the website: http://puntizela.hr/en/map and you can see its
    location here: http://www.outlookfestival.com/info/travel/car/

  • Arrival dates: Camp Puntizela is open all year round. You can therefore arrive whenever you want, but the
    Outlook team will only be there between Sunday 28th August and Saturday 3rd September. Before or after
    these dates there will be no Outlook Reception and you will have to go to the main Camp Puntizela Reception
    to register and for any other issues. If you wish to book additional nights camping after Sat 3rd you will have to
    book them with the main Camp Puntizela Reception at the standard price.

  • Outlook Campsite Registration Tent opening hours:
       Sun 28th: 10.00 - 00.00
       Mon 29th: 10.00 - 00.00
       Tues 30th: 10.00 - 02.00
       Wed 31st: 10.00 - 02.00
       Thurs 1st: 10.00 - 02.00
       Fri 2nd: 10.00 - 00.00
       Sat 3rd: 10.00 - 00.00

If you will be arriving outside of these opening hours then you will have to make your own sleeping arrangements
until reception opens again at 10am in the morning. If you arrive before Sun 28th you will have to register with
Camp Puntizela Reception, and. then come to register with the Outlook Campsite Registration Tent once it opens
on Sun 28th.




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                          FAZANA


                                                                                 FESTIVAL 2011
                                                                            ACCOMODATION MAP
                                   OUTLOOK
                                   HOLIDAY
                                   VILLAGE


                                                 VALBANDON


         THE
         SEA




                            CAMP
                             SITE


                                                                    VELI
               FESTIVAL                STINJAN                      VRH
                 SITE




                                                                     PULA




                                                                                                 MEDULIN
                                                                                                 HOLIDAY
                                                                                                 VILLAGE
                          THE
                          SEA
                                                             DUBBED OUT
                                                               HOLIDAY
                                                               VILLAGE



1000ft
200m




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5.1 - GENERAL CAMPING INFO:

  • Camping Registration: To register for camping please go to the Outlook Camping Registration Tent at the
    campsite entrance where you will be given a campsite wristband in exchange for your camping email
    con rmation ticket. Once you have your wristband, you may go through to the main Camp Puntizela Reception
    to register and hand in your Passport. You can then go to pitch your tent.

  • Festival Wristband Exchange opening hours:
        Sunday 28th August 2011: 10.00 - 22.00
        Monday 29th August 2011: 10.00 - 22.00
        Tuesday 30 August 2011: 10.00 - 00.00
        Wednesday 31st August 2011: 10.00 - 00.00
        Thursday 1st September 2011: 10.00 - 00.00
        Friday 2nd September 2011: 10.00 - 00.00

If you arrive during these hours then you must collect your festival wristband rst. If you arrive outside these hours
then you will have to wait until the next day to collect your wristband, and will have to brie y take your Passport
from the Camp Puntizela Reception to use as ID.

  • Outlook Tent hire/purchase: PLEASE NOTE - ALL TENTS HAVE SOLD OUT.
   The tents will be available for collection from a tent stall within the campsite from 28th August.

  • Campsite services & facilities: Hot showers, sinks with hot/cold water, WC, laundry rooms, electric points,
    ATM/cash machine, wireless Internet, restaurant, beach bar, bistro, cafe, supermarket, secure storage (see more
    below).

  • Storage facilities: Camp Puntizela will allow campers to make use of their secure storage room, open between
    10am - 8pm. This will operate similar to a club cloakroom: It costs nominal fee for storage for the duration of
    your stay and you will be given a ticket to identify your bag if you wish to access it during your stay or for when
    you collect it on departure.




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5.1 - GENERAL CAMPING INFO (cont.):

  • Car parking: There are car parking facilities outside of the campsite grounds. This area is available free of
    charge, however it does not have any security available.

  • Campervans: Campervan passes must have been booked in advance (£50) as they are now sold out. Everyone
    staying in the camper-van needs to have bought a normal camping ticket for the total number of nights of
    their stay plus the separate campervan ticket for the vehicle.




5.2 - CAMPSITE RULES:

If you are camping then when you arrive please read the full list of Camp Puntizela’s rules on arrival, but just to
highlight the most important things:

  • ENTRANCE RESTRICTIONS: To enter the Festival Campsite before 8pm you only need a Festival wrist band. To
    enter the Campsite after 8pm you must have a Festival wristband and a Campsite wristband.

  • NO GLASS - Food and drink is allowed but glass of any sort is strictly forbidden.

  • NO OPEN FIRES - Open res are strictly forbidden.

  • 1M DISTANCE FOR GRILLS & CAMP COOKERS - Grills and cookers must be kept at an absolute minimum of
    1m away from the neighbouring tent.

  • NO MUSIC AFTER MIDNIGHT - Between midnight to 7 a.m. it is forbidden to: use radio appliances, CD-players,
    TV, musical instruments, drive cars, scooters or other motor vehicle.

  • RESPECT YOUR NEIGHBOURS - People will be coming and going to and from the campsite at all hours, but
    please be courteous to your neighbours, don’t make excessive amounts of noise in the middle of the night and
    clean up after yourselves.

  • KEEP IT CLEAN - There are bins provided - USE THEM!! There is no excuse to leave litter lying around.

  • CHECKOUT BY 12 MIDDAY - However hungover you are - please make sure you checkout of the Campsite by
    noon (12:00midday) or the Campsite will charge you for an extra day. You can go back to sleep once you’ve left
    the campsite!




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6. APARTMENTS INFO.




6.1 - APARTMENTS:
 • Arrival: You must come to the Accommodation Box O ce at the Festival Campsite Entrance. Then either the
   landlord will come to pick you up and take you to your apartment, or you can use the shuttle bus, or you can get a taxi.
 • Oyster Cards: Free bus passes will be given to customers with private apartments in local villages (eg. Stinjan,
   Valbandon, Veli Vrh, Fazana, Peroj, but NOT Pula or any of the Holiday Villages) when they register at the
   Accommodation Box O ce. This will be an Oyster Card with enough credit to make two journeys a day
   (enough to come to the festival site and go home each day but not to make multiple trips). For more bus info
   please see point 3.5.
 • Opening hours (Accommodation Box Office): 9am - 9pm from Mon 29th - Thurs 1st. If you arrive before Mon
   29th you will have to go to directly to the Agency in Pula, (Riva 14, 52100 Pula) in the city centre, near the
   Harbour and the Roman Amphitheatre. (More info will be provided to you by email from our Accommodation
    Manager.)
 • What you need: To check in you must bring with you your passport and the TWO email con rmations of your
   deposit payment AND balance payment from Leeds Tickets.


6.2 - “DUBBED-OUT” VERUDELLA HOLIDAY VILLAGE:
 • Arrival: You can go straight to the Holiday Village reception, which is open 24hrs. (You do not need to come to
   the Accommodation Box O ce outside at the Festival Entrance). You must have paid the full balance of your
   booking in advance in order to check in.
 • Buses: For bus info please see point 3.5.
 • Opening hours (Verudella Holiday Village): 24 hours
 • What you need: To check in you must bring with you your passport and the 2 email con rmations of your
   deposit payment & balance payment from Leeds Tickets.


6.3 - “OUTLOOK” HOLIDAY VILLAGE:
 • Arrival: You can go straight to the Holiday Village reception. (You do not need to come to the Accommodation
   Box O ce outside at the Festival Entrance). You must have paid the full balance of your booking in advance in
   order to check in.
 • Opening hours “Outlook” Holiday Village): 24 hours
 • What you need: To check in you must bring with you your passport and the email con rmation of your full
   payment from Leeds Tickets.

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6. APARTMENTS INFO. (Cont.)

6.4 - MEDULIN HOLIDAY VILLAGE:
  • Arrival: You can go straight to the Holiday Village reception. (You do not need to come to the Accommodation
    Box O ce outside at the Festival Entrance). You must have paid the full balance of your booking in advance in
    order to check in.
  • Buses: For bus info please see point 3.5.
  • Opening hours - Medulin Holiday Village): 24 hours
  • What you need: To check in you must bring with you your passport and the ONE email con rmation of your
    FULL payment from Leeds Tickets.




Outlook Festival Polite Notice To Customer Staying In Private Accommodation

We want you to enjoy your stay whilst here in Pula, whether you are in the Bi-village, Medulin, Verudella or one of
the many private apartments across the city we think you will be glad to have a bed to go to when the bass gets
too much for you.

Whilst you are a guest with us here in Pula we ask that you are respectful of the property in which you are staying.
Passport scans are taken of all guests and any damage to property will result in a visit to the police station and
possibly a heavy ne.

In addition to this if we are given any reports of damage to property or continued rowdy behaviour for any of the
guests in an apartment we will send round a festival representative who will remove your festival wristband and
ask you to leave the property.

We want to stay here in Pula and we hope that you will be a respectful & gracious guest in this beautiful city.




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7. CROATIAN TOURIST PRACTICALITIES A-Z




7.1 - BELONGINGS/VALUABLES:
Do leave passports/valuables in a safe place. Beware of bag and mobile phone snatchers especially in the camp
sites, on the beach, public transport, restaurants, cafés and at the festival. Don’t leave them in your car if you are
driving. Do ensure you know whom to contact to obtain emergency credit cards and replacement cheques if they
are stolen. Do report the loss of valuables to the Festival Welfare Points who run Lost Property, and the local police
and obtain a written police report.

7.2 - BUSINESS HOURS (normally):
        • Official office hours: 8/9am - 4/5pm Mon-Fri, 8/9am - 1/2pm Sat.
        • Bank hours: 8/9am - 7pm Mon - Fri, 8/9am - 1/2pm Sat.
        • Cafe hours: 8am-midnight, bars: 9am - midnight
        • Coastal travel agencies: 8/9am - 9/10pm in high season.
        • Post offices: 7:30am - 7pm Mon-Fri, 8-12am Sat.
        • Restaurants: long hours - often 12 noon - 11pm/midnight
        • Shops: 8am - 8pm Mon-Fri, 8-12am Sat.
        • Supermarkets: 8am-8pm Mon-Fri, 9am - between 2-8pm. (some open Sundays)

7.3 - CUSTOMS REGULATIONS:
 • Any foreign national entering Croatia must possess a valid passport. For stays of less than 90 days, citizens of EU
   countries, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand can enter Croatia without a visa. South Africans need a
   90-day visa to visit Croatia.
 • The Consular Department of the Croatian Foreign Ministry (tel: 01-456-9964, www.mvpei.hr) can provide further
   information, including a list of nationalities that require a visa to enter Croatia.
 • Personal possessions, 2 litres of wine, 1 litre of spirits, 60millilitres of perfume and 200 cigarettes can be taken
   into Croatia without any duty to be declared.
 • Expensive items such as laptops and cameras should be reported to customs officials upon arrival to prevent
   problems when taking them out of the country on departure.

7.4 - DISABLED TRAVELLERS:
Public toilets at bus stations, train stations and airports and large public venues are usually wheelchair accessible.
Large hotels are wheelchair accessible, but very little private accommodation is. bus and train stations in Zagreb,
Zadar, Rijeka, Split and Dubrovnik are wheelchair accessible, but the local Jadrolinija ferries are not. For further
information, get in touch with Hrvatski Savez Udruga Tjelesnih Invalida (01 48 12 004; www.hsuti.hr ; Sostariceva 8,
Zagreb).

7.5 - DISCOUNT CARDS:
Student discounts of upto 50% are o ered in most museums, galleries, theatres and festivals in Croatia (though not
at Outlook Festival itself!). The best student ID is an ISIC card (An International Student Identity Card).

7.6 - ELECTRICITY:
Electrical supply is 220V, 50Hz AC. Croatia uses the standard European round-2-pronged plugs. (Electric points are
available at the campsite.)


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7.8 - EMBASSIES & CONSULATES:
Zagreb is the main diplomatic base and a number of countries have embassy representatives in Split.
Most embassies and consulates are open Mon - Fri 8/9am - 4/5pm, and close for an hour at lunchtime.

Lost Passports: In an emergency an Emergency Passport (EP) valid for one journey back to the UK can be issued in
Zagreb, Split or Dubrovnik, and an Emergency Travel Document (ETD), which can be a two-way document, can only
be issued in Zagreb. Applications for ETDs made in Split and Dubrovnik will be sent to Zagreb for issuing so bear in
mind that there will be time delays and extra cost (courier) if not applying in Zagreb.

What the Embassy can do:
 • Issue an Emergency Travel Document/
 • Provide information about transferring funds from the UK;
 • Provide a list of local lawyers;
 • Do all we properly can to contact you within 24 hours of being told that you have been detained;
 • In an emergency, contact your family and friends with your permission

What the Embassy CANNOT do:
 • Get you out of prison or interfere in criminal or civil court proceedings;
 • Give you legal advice;
 • Investigate a crime;
 • Get you better treatment in hospital or prison than is given to local people;

British Embassies/Consulates:
 • British Embassy Zagreb (Consular Section)
   I.Lučića 4, 10000 Zagreb
   Tel: +385 1 6009 100; Fax: +385 1 6009 298
   Working hours: 08:30 - 17:00 Mon-Thur; 08:30 - 14:00 Fri

 • British Consulate - Split
   Obala Narodnog Preporoda 10/III, 21000 Split
   Tel: +385 21 346 007; Fax: +385 21 362 905
   Working hours 07:30-15:30 Mon-Thurs, 07:30-13:30 Fri

 • British Consulate - Dubrovnik
  Vukovarska 22, 20000 Dubrovnik
   Tel: +385 20 324 597
   Working hours: 10:00-13:00 Mon/Tue/Thurs/Fri
   Email: Zagreb.consular@fco.gov.uk
   Out of o ce hours please ring +385 1 6009 268




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7.9 - GAY & LESBIAN TRAVELLERS:
Homosexuality has been legal in Croatia since 1977 and is tolerated but not welcomed. Public displays of a ection
between same-sex couples may be met with hostility, especially outside the major cities. There is a limited gay
scene in cities and resorts such as Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Rovinj and Hvar. See www.travel.gay.hr


7.10 - HEALTH:
It is safe to drink tap water throughout Croatia, except on the small islands where there is no mains supply. The
most common health problems experienced by visitors are the result of sunstroke, sunburn and dehydration,
sometimes exacerbated by too much alcohol. Therefore please drink plenty of water and apply sun cream regularly.
Also it is advised to wear ip- ops or jelly shoes when swimming in rocky areas to protect your feet from sea
urchins. Contact with these is painful and requires medical attention.


7.11 - INSURANCE:
It is a good idea to make sure you are fully covered for unexpected losses or expenses such as missing ights and
for medical treatment and medical evacuation. Croatia has a reciprocal emergency health arrangement with the UK
but the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is not valid in Croatia.
Worldwide travel insurance from the Lonely Planet is useful as you can buy, extend and claim online at any time -
even when you are already on the road - www.lonelyplanet.com/travelservices


7.12 - LEGAL MATTERS:
Although it is highly unlikely that you’ll be hassled by the police, the Embassy recommends that you should keep
identi cation on you if possible as the police have the right to stop you and demand ID. By international treaty, you
have the right to notify your consular o cial if arrested. Consulates can normally refer you to an English-speaking
lawyers, although they will not pay for one.


7.13 - MONEY:
Tips: Bills include service charge, but it’s common to round up the bill.


ATMs/Cash machines: available practically everywhere in Croatia. Most are tied with Cirrus, Plus, Diners Club and
Maestro. Privredna Banka usually has ATMs for cash withdrawals using American Express cards. Most allow Credit
Card withdrawals but will charge you interest and a withdrawal fee immediately. All Post O ces will allow you to
make Master Card or Cirrus cash withdrawals, and some work with Diners Club as well.


Credit Cards: Visa, Diners Club, Master Card, American Express are widely accepted in hotels but rarely accepted in
any kind of private accommodation. Many smaller restaurants and shops do not accept credit cards. For Amex card
holders, Privedna Banka is a bank chain which handles many Amex services. Croatian websites for Croatia’s
branches of the major credit-card companies: American Express (www.americanexpress.hr), Diners Club
(www.diners.com.hr), Eurocard/Mastercard (www.zaba.hr), Visa (www.splitskabanka.hr)




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7.14 - TELEPHONE:
Area codes:
Calling Croatia from abroad: Dial your international access code, then 385 (Croatia’s country code), then the area
code (without the initial 0) and then the local number.
Region to region: To call from region to region within Croatia, start with the area code (with the initial 0) and then
the local number.
Prefixes: Phone numbers with the pre x 060 are either free of charged at a premium rate, so watch out for the ne
print. Phone numbers beginning with 09 are mobile phone numbers, which are billed at a far higher rate than
regular numbers.
Mobile phones: If you have an unlocked 3G phone, you can buy a SIM card (roughly 50kn with 20 mins time
included, networks: VIP, T-Mobile, Tomato or Tele2). Mobile and phonecard packets are available to buy from any
telecom shop (about 150kn, including some connection time).
Phonecards: You’ll need a phonecard to use public telephones,available to buy at any post o ce and most
tobacco shops and newspaper kiosks. They’re sold according to impulsa (units); cards are available in 25 (15kn), 50
(30kn), 100 (50kn) and 300 (100kn) units. A 3-minute call from Croatia using a phonecard will cost around 12kn to
the UK and Europe, and 15kn to the USA or Australia. Local calls cost 0.80kn whatever time of day. Many phone
boxes are equipped with a button on the upper left with a ag symbol. Press the button for instructions in English.

7.15 - TIME:
Central European Time (GMT/UTC + 1hr). Use 24hr clock. +1hr end of March, -1hr end of Sept.

7.16 - TOURIST INFORMATION:
The Croatian National Tourist Board (www.croatia.hr) is a good source of information.
Regional tourist o ces supervise tourist development:
Dubrovnik-Neretva County ( www.visitdubrovnik.hr )
Istria County ( www.istra.com )
Krapina-Zagorje County ( www.tz-zagorje.hr )
Osijek-Baranja County ( www.tzosbarzup.hr )
Primorje-Gorski Kotar (Kvarner) County - ( www.kvarner.hr )
Sibenik-Knin County ( www.sibenikregion.com )
Split-Dalmatia County ( www.dalmatia.hr )
Zadar County ( www.zadar.hr )
Zagreb County ( www.tzzz.hr )
Commercial travel agencies: eg. Atlas Travel Agency ( www.atlas-croatia.com ) & Generalturist
( www.generalturist.com )
Local tourist websites for Pula and the Istria region: www.pulainfo.hr , www.activa-istra.com , www.arenaturist.hr ,
www.istraction.com ,

7.17 - VISAS:
Citizens of the EU, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Ireland, Singapore and the UK do not need a visa
for stays of up to 90 days.

South Africans must apply for a visa for a 90-day visa in Pretoria. Contact any Croatian embassy, consulate or travel
agency abroad for information.




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7.18 - VOCABULARY:
Basics:
Hello - Bok                                         Excuse me - Oprostite.
Good day - Dobar dan                                Sorry - Zao mi je.
Good night - Dobra vecer                            How are you? - Kako ste/i (pol/inf )
Goodbye. - Ciao                                     Fine. And you? - Dobro. A vi/ti? (pol/inf )
Yes/No - Da/Ne                                      My name is... - Zovem se...
Please - Molim                                      What's your name? - Kako se zovete/zoves?
Thank you - Hvala                                   Do you speak (English)? - Govorite/Govoris li (engleski)?
You're welcome - Nema na cemu/Molim                 I don't understand. - Ja (ne) razumijem.



Numbers:
1 - jedan              9 - devet                    17 - sedämnaest                 60 - sezdeset
2 - dva                10 - deset                   18 - osämnaest                  70 - sedamdeset
3 - tri                11 - jedänaest               19 - devetnaest                 80 - osamdeset
4 - cetiri             12 - dvanaest                20 - dvadeset                   90 - devedeset
5 - pet                13 - trinaest                30 - trideset                   100 - sto
6 - sest               14 - četrnaest               40 cetrdeset                    1000 - tisucu
7 - sedam              15 - petnaest                50 - pedeset
8 - osam               16 - šesnaest



Question words:
How? - Kako?
What? - Sto?
When? - Kada?
Where? - Gdje?
Who? - Tko?
Why? - Zasto?



Directions:
Where is...? - Gdje je...?
What's the address? - Koja je adresa?
Can you show me (on the map)? - Mozete li mi to pokazati (na karti)?
at the corner - na uglu
at the tra c lights - na semaforu
behind - iza
in front of - ispred
far (from) - daleko (od)
left - lijevo
right - desno
near - blizu
next to - pored
opposite - nasuprot
straight ahead - ravno naprijed

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Eating & Drinking:
What would you recommend? - Sto biste nam preporucili
What's in that dish? - Od cega se sastoji ovo jelo?
That was delicious! - To je bilo izvrsno!
Please bring the bill/check. - Molim vas donesite racun.
I'd like to reserve a table for... (eight) o'clock / 2 people - Zelim rezervirati stol za... (osam) sati / (dvoje) ljudi
I don't eat... sh / nuts / poultry / red meat - Ja ne jedem... ribu / razne orahe / meso od peradi / crveno meso




7.19 - WOMEN TRAVELLERS:

Women face no special danger in Croatia. There have been cases in large coastal cities of some women being
harassed but this is not common. Police will not always take reports of ‘date rape’ very seriously. Be careful about
being alone with an unfamiliar man. Topless sunbathing is tolerated, but you’re better o on one of the numerous
nudist beaches.




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8. LOCAL SITE-SEEING INFO




     PULA

Top Sights:
Roman Amphitheatre: ‘The Arena’: adult/concession 40/20KN, opening hrs: summer - 8am-9pm, formerly held
gladitor tournaments, now holds concerts and festivals, small museum beneath exhibiting ancient olive-oil
equipment.

Temple of Augustus: Roman Temple (Arena Flavijeveska): adult/concession 10/5KN, opening hrs: summer - 9am-
8pm Mon-Sat, 10am-3pm Sun, only visible remnant of the Forum from the Roman era.

Archeological Museum - (Arheoloski Muzei, Carrarina 3): adult/concession 20/10KN, opening hrs: 9am-8pm
Mon-Sat, 10am-3pm Sun May-Sept; nds from all over Istria, esp. prehistory to Middle Ages; also visit large sculp-
ture garden around it and Roman theatre behind.
Triumphai Arch of Sergius: follow Roman walls along Carrarina south to nd this majestic arch erected in 27BC,
former city gate.



Other sights:
Cathedral (Katedrala; Kandlerova): opening hrs: 10am-5am June-Sep, Mass in Croatian 8am daily, Italian 9am
Sun, 5thC cathedral, late Renaissance facade added early 16thC. Stones from amphitheatre used for bell tower in
17thC.

Museum of History (Povijesni Muzej Istre; Gradinski Upson 6): adult/concession 15/7KN; opening hrs: 8am-9pm
Jun-Sep; in 17thC Ventian fortress, meagre maritime exhibits but stunning views from citadel walls defs worth it.
Chapel of St.Mary of Formosa (Kapela Marije Formoze): occasionally open for art exhibitions, Byzanine structure,
only remains of 6thC Benedictine Abbey.

Old Town Hall: town hall in Forum, built 1926, Romanesque to Renaissance styles. Still the seat of Pula’s mayor.
Roman Floor Mosaic: just o Sergijevaca, mosaic from 3rdC



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Activities:
Diving Hippocampus: (098 255 820; www.hippocampus.hr) Dive out t at Camping Stoja
Edo Sport: (222 207; www.edosport.com; Narodni Trg 9) Organises activity-based excursions.
Istria Bike: (www.istria-bike.com) Tourist board website outlining trails, packages and agencies that o er biking trips.
Orca Diving Center: (224 422; Hotel Histria) on Verudela Peninsula, o ers boat and wreck dives.
Windsurf Bar: (091 512 3646;www.windsur ng.hr; Camping Village Stupice); windsur ng, biking (250KN) and
kayaking (300KN) excursions.

Tours:
• Trips to Brijuni, Limska Draga, Rovinj and inner Istria are offered by most Pula travel agencies, but are often
  cheaper to book with boats at the harbour.
• Harbour boats run regulalry and offer fishing picnics (220KN), 2-hr ‘panorama’ excursions to Brijuni (150KN), and a
  jaunt to Rovinj, Limska Draga and Crveni Otok (250KN).
• 2 ships got to Brijuni and actually stop and tour:
  Martinabela: (www.martinabela.hr; 280KN) 2 x per day
  Fissa Brijuni: (www. ssa-brijuni.hr; 260KN) Tues - Sat

Sleeping:
Hotel Scaletta: (541 599; www.hotel-scalatta.com; Flavijeska 26; s/d 505/732KN) friendly vibe, recntly spruced up,
decent restaurant food, guests get 10% discount, close to town
Hotel Galija: (383 802; wwwhotelgalija.hr; Epulonova 3; s/d 505/732KN), right next to town centre market, small,
family-run, comfortable, restaurant.
Hotel Histria: (590 000; www.arenaturist.hr Verudela bb; s 585-685KN, d 950-1150KN, parking, aircon, internet,
swimming pool), no character but near beach, pools, tennis courts, casino.
Hotel Omir: (218 186; www.hotel-amir.com; Dobricheva 6; s/d 450/600KN), best budget option in town centre,
modest but clean, quiet with TV.
Riviera Guest House: (211 166; www.arenaturist.hr; Splitska 1; s/d 350/555KN) central with water front views but
neobaroque building needs a thorough overhaul!
Hotel Palma: (590 760; www.arenaturist.hr; Verudela 15; s 410-51-KN, d630-830KN; P); new, cheap, balconied rooms.
Youth Hostel: (391 133; www.hfhs.hr; Valsaline 4; dm 117KN, caravan 137KN; @); overlooks Valsaline Bay, 3kn south
of central Pula, dorms/caravans & campsing per person/tent 70/15KN. Take bus 2A/3A to ‘Piramida’ stop, walk back
towards city to 1st street, turn left and look for hostel sign.
Camping Stoja (only if our Festival camping at Puntizela has sold out): (517 490; www.puntizela.hr; Puntizela;
per person/tent 43/46KN) lovely camping ground on bay 7km northwest of central Pula, onsite diving centre.

Internet Access:
MMC Luka (Istarska 30: 25KN per hr; 8am-midnight Mon-Fri, to 3pm Sat)

Laundry:
Mika (Trinajsticeva 16; 8am-2pm Mon-Fri, to noon Sat)

Left Luggage:
Garderoba (2.50KN per hr; 4am-10:30pm Mon-Sat, 5am-10:30pm Sun; but opening hrs are unreliable!

Medical Services:
Hospital (376 548; Zagrebacka 34)
Tourist Ambulance (Flanaticka 27; 8am-9:30pm Mon-Fri Jul&Aug, Sept?)


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Post
Main post o ce (Danteov trg 4; 7:30am-7pm Mon-Fri, to 2.30pm Sat) you can make long distance calls her, check
out cool staircase inside!

Tourist Information
Tourist information centre (212 987; www.pulainfo.hr; Forum 3; 8am-9pm Mon-Fri, 9am-9pm Sat&Sun summer.
Knowledgable, friendly sta provide maps, brochures and event schedules around Pula and Istria. 2 x useful book-
lets - Domus Bonus - best quality accommodation list & Istra Gourmet - best restaurants list)

Travel agencies
Active Travel Istra: (215 497; www.activa-istra.com; Scalierova1) Excursions around Istria, adventure trips, concert
tickets.
Arenaturist: (529 400; www.arenaturist.hr; Splitska 1a); books rooms in the network of hotels it manages, o ers
guide services and excursions. In Riviera Guesthouse.
IstraAction: (383369; www.istraction.com; Prilaz Monte Cappelletta 3) fun half-day tours to Kamenjak and round
Pula’s forti cations, plus medieval-themed full-day Istria excursions.
Maremonti Travel Agency: (384 000; www.maremonti-istria.hr; Flavijevska 8) Book accommodation and rent cars
and scooters (from 100KN - 180KN per day)

Getting There & Away
Air:
  • Pula Airport: (530 105; www.airport-pula.com), 6km northeast of town.
  • Croatia Airlines: (218 909; www.croatiaairlines.hr; Carrarina 8) has o ce in city centre

Boat:
Harbour is west of the bus station.
Jadroagent: (210 431; www.jadroagent.hr; Riva 14; 7am-3pm Mon-Fri) schedules and tikcets for boats connecting
Istria with the islands and south of Croatia.
Commodore Cruises: (211 631; www.commodore-travel.hr; Riva 14) sells tickets for a catamaran between Pula and
Zadar: (100KN, 5 hrs), runs 5 times weekly from July to early Sept., twice weekly rest of Sept. Wednesday boat
service to Venice (430KN, 3.5 hrs) June - Sept.

Bus:
Pula bus station: (060 304 091; Trg 1 Istarske Brigade bb), located 500m northeast of town centre, Rijeka - almost
hourly (77KN - 88KN, 2 hrs) (In summer, reserve a seat a day in advance, sit on the right for stunning view of Kvarner
Gulf.)

Train:
Pula Train station: Less than 1km north of town, near the sea along Kolodorvska.
Ljubljana: 1 direct train daily (144KN, 4.5 hrs)
Zagreb: 3 daily (140KN, 9 hrs) (but must board a bus for part of the trip)
Buzet: 5 daily (55KN, 2 hrs)

Getting Around:
Airport bus: several times weekly (29KN) (check at bus station)
Taxis to Airport: about 120KN
City buses: 1 - Camping Stoja / 2A & 3A - Verudela; every 15-30mins from 5am-11.30pm, tickets sold from
news-stands (tisak) / driver 6KN/11KN


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8.2. BRIJINI ISLANDS




Description:
   • Archipelago of 2 main pine-covered islands and 12 islets off the coast of Istria, just northwest of Pula across the
     3km Fazana channel.
   • Can only visit 2 larger islands Veli Brijun & Mali Brijun.
   • National Park since 1983, covered by meadows, parks, oak/laurel forests, rare plants eg. wild cucumber and
     marine poppy.
   • Habitation dates from 2,000+ years ago but famous cos of Tito - extravagant Yugoslav leader who turned it into
     private retreat, spent 6mnths there every year 1947 til he died in 1980.
   • Introduced subtropical species and created safari park to house exotic animals gifted to him by world leaders -
     eg. Somali sheep from Ethiopa, waterbuck from a Zambian leader!
   • Brijuni offers many sporting activities: horseback riding, golf, tennis, sailing, windsurfing, bike and boat rental,
     diving, while guests have access to numerous sports terrains, elds and other facilities.

Sleeping & Eating:
Hotel Karmen: (525 807; ww.brijuni.hr; s/d 705/1160KN); authentic communist design attracts designers and
architects from Zagreb - trashy, real, feels like 1950s!
Hotel Istra-Neptun: (525 807; www.brijuni.hr; s/d 800/1360KN); ultimate communist chic,comfy but plain utilitarian
look; balocnies with views - can imagine Tito’s famous guests lounging here!

Getting There & Away:
   • Excursion boats leave regularly fromPula waterfront.
   • Or - take public bus 21 from Pula to Fazana (15KN, 8km) and sign up with the national park office for a tour (525
     883;www.brijuni.hr; tours 125-210KN).
   • Best to book in advance, request English-speaking tour, picnic & swimming excursions to Mali Brijun (150KN)
     also o ered.




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