Heading to Outlook Festival?
If you're travelling to, or need a lift to Oulook Festival 2015, we offer cheap festival travel if you ride share with others on your way.
See below for journeys and travel information to Pula, Croatia and get your festival adventure started!
What is it?
One of the Croatian festival seasons’ leading lights, Outlook offers the best in House music and Soundsystem culture with genres ranging from House, Techno, Dubstep, Reggae, Dub, Hip-hop, Garage, Grime and Electronica to over 4,000 revellers on an annual basis.
Where is it?
Set in the stunning grounds of Fort Punta Crista, a 19th century naval base, a few miles from the town of Pula.
A guide to some of the things to do and places to see in Croatia whilst you're there.
When is it?
02-06 September 2015.
Run the Jewels, Boy Better Know, Wiley, Noisia, Flatbush Zombies, Pete Rock and loads more!
You can buy a camping ticket but they also offer private accomodation.
Outlook works closely with local agents and landlords to bring you exclusive apartments.
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How to get there
With the venue for this festival easily accessible by land, car sharing would be an excellent option for the expense conscious visitor.
Nearest airport, Pula, 20 minutes away, although it's small so there aren't many direct flights.
The festivals partners do lay on coaches for visitors but this would take longer than ridesharing.
Average driving time from London: 17 hours 39 mins
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Things to see along the way
The fastest route to Pag from London takes you directly through this beautiful and cultured City, which provides the perfect stopover before finally arriving at the festival.
We recommend the breathtaking Nymphenburg Palace as a place of interest.
For car enthusiasts out there, the BMW museum is stacked with vintage offerings and original version cars.
Finally, the stunning Allianz Arena football stadium is more than a sports venue, it’s an experience.
FESTUNG HOHENSALZBURG, SALZBURG
What castles do you know of where you can quite literally hike to the top?
We know of only one, the gargantuan Salzburg fortress, and with its rich history and the towns’ proximity to Croatia, we consider this a more than worthwhile stop on your journey to the festival.