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How to get there - International Travel

Zadar Airport


.Travel - International

AIR: Croatia’s national airline is Croatian Airlines (OU) which flies directly from London Heathrow to Zagreb daily. British Airways also operates direct flights five times a week from London Heathrow (previously Gatwick) to Zagreb. Other airlines serving Croatia include Aeroflot, Air Bosna, Air France, KLM, Lufthansa, Swiss and Malaysia Airways. Croatia Airlines operates direct flights from the UK (London and Manchester) to Dubrovnik, Pula and Split in the summer.

Approximate flight times: From Zagreb to London is 2 hours 30 minutes, to New York is 10 hours 35 minutes.

International airports:

Zagreb (ZAG) (Pleso International) (website: www.tel.hr/zagreb-airport) is 17km (10 miles) southeast of the city. An airport bus runs 0700-1700 to the city centre (travel time – 25 minutes); taxis are also available (travel time – 20 minutes). Airport facilities include 24-hour left luggage, banks/bureaux de change, restaurants, snack bars, bars, business lounge, duty-free shops, post office (0700-1900), tourist information, 24-hour first aid and car hire (including Avis, Hertz and Europcar).
Dubrovnik
(DBV) is 18km (11 miles) southeast of the city. An airport bus runs to the city (travel time – 20 minutes). Airport facilities include banks/bureaux de change (0800-1900), a post office (0700-1300), bars (0700-1300), duty-free shop, shops and car hire.
Split (SPU) is 25km (16 miles) northwest of the city. An airport bus runs to the city (travel time – 40 minutes). Airport facilities include banks/bureau de change, post office, car hire, duty-free shops and bar/restaurant (0700-1900).
Pula (PUY) is 8km (5 miles) northwest of the city. An airport bus runs to the city (travel time – 15 minutes). Airport facilities include bureau de change, car hire, duty-free shop and snack bar/restaurant.


Departure tax: None.

SEA: Passenger and car ferry services run to Italy. The main routes are: Split–Ancona, Zadar–Ancona, Split–Pescara and Dubrovnik–Bari. Fast hydrofoil services operate on some routes. The main ferry lines are Jadrolinija (website: www.jadrolinija.hr), SEM Marina (website: www.sem.hr) and Adriatica (website: www.adriatica.it).

RAIL: Direct trains run from Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Yugoslavia. Express services run from Zagreb to major cities including Munich, Vienna, Venice, Budapest and Berlin.

ROAD: There are routes from all the neighbouring countries. Bus: There are regular international buses connecting Croatia with Austria, Italy, Hungary, France, Germany, the Slovak Republic and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Eurolines, departing from Victoria Coach Station in London, serves destinations in Croatia. For further information, contact Eurolines (4 Cardiff Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, L41 1PP; tel: (08705) 143 219; fax: (01582) 400 694; website: www.eurolines.com

 

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