From 16 to 22 September promotional entrance ticket price for pedestrians and bicyclists at the entrances Skradin Bridge, Stinice and Roški slap will be 12 euro for the entire Park, and 6 euro for visiting localities on the middle and upper course of the Krka River

Marking the 2023 European Mobility Week, which traditionally takes place from 16 to 22 September, the Krka National Park joins numerous cities and municipalities across Europe that are trying to encourage sustainable urban mobility. This year’s theme, “Save Energy”, is extremely important in view of the increasing challenges in environmental protection and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

“The Krka National Park supports this important initiative with its activities, the goal of which is to raise awareness of the importance of active mobility and the use of clean and intelligent transportation solutions. Accordingly, visitors who decide to explore the beautiful paths within the Park on foot or by bicycle during European Mobility Week will receive tickets at a discounted price”, said Nella Slavica, director of the Krka National Park.

Thus, those using the educational hiking trail Skradin Bridge –  Skradinski buk waterfall (3.4 km), and Stinice – Roški slap waterfall – Oziđana pećina cave (8.5 km), will be entitled to a preferential ticket price for the entire Park in the amount of EUR 12 (90.41 HRK) for adults and EUR 4.50 (HRK 33.91) for children from seven to eighteen years old, while those who choose the sites of Roški slap, Kistanje, Burnum, and the Krka Eco Campus at Puljane will receive a ticket at a price of EUR 6 (45.21 HRK) for adults and EUR 3.60 (27.12 HRK) for children.

By encouraging citizens to choose more sustainable forms of movement and transportation, this initiative promotes the numerous benefits of walking and cycling, and highlights the importance of reducing harmful gas emissions. The activities it advocates, in addition to having a positive effect on the health of individuals, are generally more socially and economically accessible.

The theme of the 2023 European Mobility Week, “Save Energy”, highlights the need for us all to act urgently together to reduce energy consumption and contribute to the preservation of our environment. Through various activities and events during the Mobility Week, the Krka National Park will act in accordance with this theme, offering visitors the opportunity to engage in activities that not only reduce energy consumption, but also help preserve nature.

Along with following the thematic guidelines for the 2023 European Mobility Week, the Krka National Park will be part of the global effort to promote sustainable mobility and energy saving. Through this cooperation, we encourage all citizens to think about their habits when it comes to movement, and to join efforts to preserve our beautiful environment.

Let “Combine it and move!” be the motto of all of us during the 2023 European Mobility Week, but also after it, so that together we can build a more sustainable future for all of us and our planet.






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