Zagreb is a city in Central Croatia and the capital of Croatia.Zagreb is a vibrant city of more than 800K people (metropolitan area: more than 1.1 million). The city boasts a charming medieval ‘old city’ look with architecture and cobbled streets reminiscent of Vienna, Budapest, Prague and other Central European cities. In 2018 it was visited by about 1.2 million tourists, mainly from South Korea, United States, Germany, China and Italy. Enjoy the free WiFi available at the main square and around the national theatre.Zagreb International Airport – Franjo Tuiman (IATA: ZAG) (ICAO: LDZA), is located 15 km south-east from the city center in the district of Pleso. It is the largest airport in Croatia, completely renovated in March 2017. The airport now has a capacity of 5.5 million passengers. Neighboring airports in Rijeka, Ljubljana, Maribor, Graz, Klagenfurt and Trieste are serviced by low-cost carriers and are often a viable alternative to travelling directly to Zagreb. EasyJet [109] flies to Rijeka, Ljubljana and Ryan Air [110] flies to Pula, Zadar, Graz and Klagenfurt.There are two bus links between the main airport (Zraina luka) and central Zagreb. The first is the Airport shuttle operated by Croatia Airlines (but open to anyone) which runs between the airport and Zagreb Bus Station. Tickets cost 30 HRK each way and can be purchased on board. At the airport, the buses pick up at the bays indicated by signs reading “Public Transportation”

Airport: ZAG Zagreb Airport Cities in Croatia

Country: Croatia