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1.By car

To enter the country and drive in Croatia you will need an insurance green card, a valid driving licence and a car registration card. The highway A1 Zagreb-Split, since being finished in 2005, supplemnets and connects the two vital European road routes (E 59) Maribor-Zagreb-Split and (E 65) Rijeka-Split-Dubrovnik.
 

Gas station

Most gas stations are open from 7 am until 8 pm, some even 24 hours a day. A lead-free petrol, marked with green indication is sold in all of the gas stations.

Road clues

Arrival by road from Italy is possible by several routes. To Zagreb: Trieste/Villa Opicina/Ljubljana(SLO)/Zagreb(CRO); to Istria: follow the route to Kopar – Pula; To Dalmatia: You can join highway A1 Zagreb-Split (Dalmatina) at Rijeka, or take the main coastal road to Zadar, Split and all the way to Dubrovnik. You could also use the main road through Lika.

2.By plane

From almost every international airport, there are regular flights to the capital of Croatia – Zagreb, from where you can continue your flight towards the coast. In high season, the frequency of flights is higher and many charter flights depart directly towards the biggest tourist destinations in Croatia: Pula, Rijeka, Split, Brač and Dubrovnik.

From almost every international airport, there are regular flights to the capital of Croatia – Zagreb, from where you can continue your flight towards the coast. In high season, the frequency of flights is higher and many charter flights depart directly towards the biggest tourist destinations in Croatia: Pula, Rijeka, Split, Brač and Dubrovnik.

Airports

Zagreb – +385 1 62 65 222;
Split – +385 21 20 31 71;
Dubrovnik – +385 20 77 33 77;
Zadar – +385 23 20 58 00;
Pula – +385 52 53 01 05;
Brač – +385 21 55 97 15;
Osijek – +385 31 51 44 41;
Lošinj – +385 51 23 16 66;
Rijeka – +385 51 84 21 32

3.By ferryboats

Regular passenger and car-ferry services connect Italian (Venice, Trieste, Ancona, Pescara and Bari) and Croatian ports. A daily car-ferry service connects Rijeka and Split during the whole year. This service is also available for Dubrovnik three times a week.

Regular passenger and car-ferry services connect Italian (Venice, Trieste, Ancona, Pescara and Bari) and Croatian ports. A daily car-ferry service connects Rijeka and Split during the whole year. This service is also available for Dubrovnik three times a week. Ferryboats departing from Rijeka towards the southern part of the coast are a good choice for drivers, enabling them to avoid a beautiful but trying drive along the coast. If you have already travelled a long way, you can relax on the boat until you reach your holiday destination. All the ports, including the ones on the islands, can receive regular ferries. During summer season, the frequency of ferry services is greater.

The chief Croatian shipping companies holding the main ferry and shipping services in Croatia: Jadrolinija

4.By train

Railway services connect all Croatian cities except for Dubrovnik. Croatia also has direct connections with Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, France, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia and Monte Negro. It also has direct connections with almost every European country.

Eurocity and intercity trains

EC “Mimara”: München – Salzburg – Villach – Ljubljana – Zagreb;
IC “Croatia”: Beč – Maribor – Zagreb;
IC “Sava”: München – Salzburg – Villach – Ljubljana – Zagreb – Beograd;
IC “Kvarner”: Budapest – Zagreb – Rijeka;
IC “Podravka”: Osijek – Našice – Virovitica – Koprivnica – Zagrab;
“Olimpus”: Zagreb – Beograd – Skoplje – Solun;
the fast train connection: Zürich – Zagreb.

5.By bus

Regular international bus services connect Croatia with Austria, Italy, Hungary, France, Germany, Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and other countries. This kind of travelling is cheapest if you are coming from Central Europe. Bus services connect all parts of the country.

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