Zagreb, April 26-29 2012

How to get here

By plane

# Zagreb Airport
# Lufthansa
# Wizzair
# Germanwings

Most connecting flights to Zagreb leave from Munich, Frankfurt, Paris and London airports, so most flight plans to Croatia will have two legs at most. There are direct flights from most Western-European airports and from some of the Eastern-European ones, as well.

Getting to and from the Airport is rather easy – there’s a bus running to and from the Bus terminal (there’s only one bus terminal in Zagreb) that leaves after every flight (or before, on the return trip), and it costs 30 kunas (4€). A taxi ride should cost you around 20€.

How much it costs

If you should choose to fly to Zagreb, this is how much it would cost you (two way trip, airport fees included):

  • from Lisboa – 600€
  • from Dublin – 580€
  • from Bucharest – 470€
  • from Kiev – 680€
  • from Warsaw – 520€
  • from Bratislava – 520€
  • from Budapest – 450€
  • from Moscow – 650€
  • from Minsk – 760€
  • from Sofia – 460€
  • from Athens – 480€
  • from Belgrade – 560€
  • from Rome – 530€
  • from Vienna – 480€
  • from Berlin – 380€
  • from Paris – 470€
  • from Madrid – 460€
  • from Sarajevo – 460€
  • from Prague – 480€
  • from London – 480€
  • from Copenhagen – 520€
  • from Amsterdam – 460€
  • from Brussels – 480€
  • from Stockholm – 500€
  • from Helsinki – 520€

By train

# Croatian Railways

Some basic info about the Croatian railway system you can find on Wikipedia.

How much it costs

If you go by train this is how much it would cost you (two way trip):

  • from Belgrade – 38€
  • from Sarajevo – 49€
  • from Ljubljana – 22€
  • from Skopje – 82€
  • from Budapest – 31€
  • from Sofia – 85€
  • from Bucharest – 97€ (via Belgrade), 166€ (via Budapest)
  • from Munich – 101€
  • from Vienna – 60€ (if you buy a week earlier); 109€
  • from Graz – 50€
  • from Venice – 60€
  • from Milan – 124€
  • from Rome – 209€
  • from Bratislava – 90€
  • from Prague – 120€
  • from Krakow – 152€
  • from Warsaw – 180€

By car

# Croatian Motorways
# Warsaw-Zagreb
# Bucharest-Zagreb
# Prague-Zagreb

Croatia has a well developed highway network (most of it has been built in the last five years – so they’re gleaming new). For example, a trip from Zagreb to Split (390 km) costs around 23€. Also, there are a few other well-kept intercity roads that make journey almost as comfortable as highway.

Useful information:

  • List of basic rules and regulations for driving in Croatia.
  • List of bigger border crossings, distances from major European cities, and important driving information.
  • Current traffic and road conditions.
When you finally arrive to Zagreb, find out here how to get to the Kontakt venue.