How to arrive
Croatia is connected to Austria, Italy, Hungary, France, Germany and other countries by international bus lines.
There is also well developed national bus network.
For detailed information:
Autobusni kolodvor Zagreb: tel. +385 (0)1 313 333.
For entry and driving in Croatia you will need green insurance card and valid driving licence. During summer months there is heavier traffic on border crossings that can cause short delays. Toll is charged on highways, semi-highways and bridges.
There are regular shipping lines between italian (Venice, Triest, Ancona, Pescara and Bari) and croatian ports.
Jadrolinija, Riva 16, 51000 Rijeka, tel: +385 (0)51 330 899, fax: +385 (0)51 213 116.
SEM Marina, Boktuljin put bb, 21000 Split, +385 (0)21 352 553
Railroad network connects Croatia directly to Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, France, Germany and Bosnia and Hercegovina. For all other countries there are indirect lines.
All larger cities in Croatia except Dubrovnik are connected by rail.
There are flights from almost all international airports to croatian capital Zagreb, from where you can continue the flight towards the coast. There are larger number of flights during the high season, and there are numerous charter flights directly to larger croatian tourist destinations: Pula, Rijeka, Split, Brac and Dubrovnik.
Croatia Airlines: www.croatiaairlines.hr
Savska 41, 10000 Zagreb, tel. +385 (0)1 427 751, fax. +385 (0)1 427 935.
Central office for reservations: 062 777 777.