Traveling to Croatia
Tourists have never had as many options for getting to Croatia as they do today. Every year Croatia is experiencing an increase in foreign visitors traveling to the country in many ways including train, bus, plane, car or boat.
Croatia by Train:
Traveling by train in Croatia is a cost-effective way to see the country's beautiful interior. The train routes connect through major European cities by way of Zagreb. Direct lines from Austria, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Germany, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy and Greece are available. For more information on traveling to and from Croatia by train visit the Eurail website.
Croatia by Bus:
Traveling by bus is another relatively inexpensive form of transportation in Croatia. Several companies offer direct routes from neighboring countries. If you are interesting in exploring your bus travel options check out these companies. Just enter your departure and destination route and your travel dates and you will be on your way.
Croatia by Plane:
Direct flights into tourist friendly cities Zadar, Split, Zagreb and Dubrovnik are plentiful during the high-season beginning in June. Several major airline companies fly directly to Croatia including but not limited to:
Picture 3. Connections with Zadar Airport.
Croatia by Car:
New highways in Croatia has made accessing the country easier than ever. Prior to entering Croatia by car please be advised that driving and traffic permits as well as proof of vehicle insurance are required.
Croatia by Boat:
Croatia's coastal cities are all accesible by ferry or ship. Throughout the high-season ferry, hydro-boat and catamaran lines are readily available. Be sure to visit the ferry transportation websites and review the daily schedules.