Zagreb Region Transportation

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  • Bus/Car
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Zagreb Region Transportation

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    Zagreb Transportation

    The iconic blue trams of Zagreb are the best way to explore the city. Most things someone visiting the city would want to see are within walking distance of the city centre. But if you find yourself wanting to get out to Dinamo Stadium, the zoo, Jarun or any of the other outlying attractions this is the way to go. One ticket costs 10 kuna ($2) and...

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    Zagreb Transportation

    It has to be one of the nicest stations in Europe. It's tidy and clean, easy to navigate, and opens up onto a wonderful vista, one of the best in the city, with a flower filled park and the bright yellow renaissance Art Pavillion. You then get to walk along some of the finest streets in the city to the center. The people are also friendly and...

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    Zagreb Transportation

    Finaly it started, from this year (2011) visitors of Zagreb can enjoy the sightseeing of the city in open-top buses! The open-top buses operate along two routes through the city: - RED LINE which operates within narrow city centre and is 12 kilometres long. Departures are from Bakaceva street on Kaptol, bus departs every hour from 9AM until 1PM. -...

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    Zagreb Transportation

    I flew into Zagreb Airport with Croatia Airlines. It was a wonderful, smooth flight, with a brand new plane and a great crew. The Airport is quite small. There's a money exchange stall down to the left as you exit customs. It's just past the information exchange on the left, the third stall afterwards. It says "no commission" and the rate is...

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  • Zagreb to Venice

    Falling asleep in one city and waking up in another has got to be the perfect way to travel so for me the 204 train which leaves Zagreb Glavni Kolod at 23:35 and arrives at Venice Santa Lucia at 07.16 is wonderful. The overnight service is the only direct train so it’s as easy as it gets and you could get around 7 hours sleep.I don’t know that you...

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  • How to Get There

    By Air Zagreb Airport is located 17 km from the centre of the city, or 20-25 minutes by bus.The Zagreb Airport bus terminal (bus stop) is at the Central Bus Station on Marin Drzic Avenue.AIRLINES AEROFLOTZagreb, Varšavska 13 phone: 01 487 2055 phone: 01 487 2076 fax: 01 487 2051 e-mail: aeroflot@zg.tel.hr Zraèna luka Zagreb phone: 01 456 22 58 AIR...

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  • What we have on airport?

    You can take a car on Zagreb airport...RENT-A-CAR PREMIUM / NATIONAL-ALAMO 00385 01 456 255000385 01 621 5924 fax: 00385 01 621 59 24 AN NOVA 00385 01 456 2531 DICAR 00385 01 456 2221 ADRIAPLUS / EUROPCAR 00385 01 456 2550 ADRIA RENT 00385 01 621 9620 ITR 00385 01 456 207300385 01 456 2074 ANTERRA / HERTZ 00385 01 456 2635 KAMITEKS 00385 01...

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  • How to get there

    By Road Main international roads are:Trieste-Ljubljana-Zagreb Graz-Maribor-Zagreb Klagenfurt-Ljubljana-Zagreb Budapest-Varazdin-ZagrebThe Central Bus Station is located on Marin Drzic Avenue, a few minutes by tram (line number 6) from the central city square.

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  • Train Station Stored Luggage

    The Zagreb train station has a left luggage facility. I have used it twice and haven't had any trouble with it. You have to pay about $2 per bag per day, but if you're only going to walk around for a little while or spend just the night it can be worth it. When you enter the station, turn right and walk to the end of hallway. There will be a man...

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  • Eurail Austria 'n Slovenia/Croatia...

    If you are planning on touring around Slovenia, Austria, Croatia then this pass might be the one for you. Once again, I would caution against the higher priced pass because it is incredibly cheap to travel within Slovenia and Croatia. The good part is that you won't have to worry about buying tickets. 4 days in 2 months $200.00 Additional Rail...

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  • Eurail Hungary 'n Slovenia/Croatia Pass

    The new pass is this: Any 5, 6, 8, 10 days unlimited 1st class train travel in a 2-month period on the national rail networks of Hungary, Slovenia, and Croatia. 5 days in 2 months $200.00 6 days in 2 months $220.00 8 days in 2 months $260.00 10 days in 2 months $300.00 This would only be worth it if you're planning on traveling long distances...

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