Croatia has excellent air, railway, auto and other connections with other towns and countries of Europe.
Guests can get to Croatia by plane, by train, by ferries, by bus, by car!
Croatia is situated between central and eastern Europe bordering the Adriatic Sea between Hungary to the northeast, Serbia to the east, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the southeast, Montenegro to the southeast, the Adriatic Sea to the southwest and Slovenia to the northwest.
From Europe to Croatia by plane
In summer time from Europe countries to Croatia there are many flights.
In Croatia, there are 59 airports and 1 helicopter station.
Croatia has 6 international airports:
Train to Croatia
Railway connections connect Zagreb with the other cities – Milan, Venice, Trieste, Munich and Leipzig, Vienna and Salzburg.
All of these cities are part of the Europe-wide railway system.
Croatia has direct international train connections with Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Hungary and Slovenia.
You can get to Croatia from the other European countries – Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, France, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia and Montenegro, but with one or more transfers.
Bus to Croatia
The main, most common and the most economical way to travel between Croatia’s cities is the bus.
Bus routes link all the corners of Croatia.
Regular bus traffic connects Croatia to European countries — Slovenia, Italy, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and most of the countries of Central and Western Europe.
International bus routes connect Croatia with nearly all European countries. The buses are highly comfortable ad have air conditioning.
Ferry to Croatia
Jadrolinijа is the main ferry company of Croatia, with the largest number of domestic and international routes.
Ferries in Croatia have several decks. The lower one or two are for cars, and the top one is covered, and is for the passengers.
Car to Croatia
Croatia has very good modernly equipped roads and motorways.
Speed limits in Croatia
Croatian roads are classified regarding their social, transport and economic importance in one of the following categories: motorways, state roads, county roads, local roads.
Highways in Croatia
A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, A9, A10, A11, A12, D1, D8
The Motorway A1 is also called Europe’s most beautiful highway.
Rent a car in Croatia
In Croatia more than 30 firms offer the visitors of the Croatian car rental services. Among these firms are international networks of car rental companies, and Croatian firms working on Croatian tourist market.
Offices and other points where rental cars could be acquired can be found at all international airports of Croatia, and also in major cities.
Taxi in Zagreb Croatia cost – 4,9 kn per km
Taxi in Split Croatia cost – 8 km per km
Map of Croatia
Croatia on European map
Political map of Croatia
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Map of Croatia
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