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Airports in Croatia

Zagreb Pleso Airport (ZAG)

Location

The airport is situated 10 miles (17km) southeast of Zagreb.

Getting to the city

The 'Pleso prijevoz' bus shuttle operates between the airport and the Central Bus Station in Zagreb, running from 7am until 8pm and scheduled to meet arriving flights. The journey takes roughly 30 minutes and tickets cost HRK30.

Time

Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Saturday in March to end October).

Contacts

Tel: +385 (0)1 45 62 222. Email: info@zagreb-airport.hr

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Dubrovnik Airport (DBV)

Overview

Dubrovnik Airport, also known as Èilipi Airport, is the biggest airport and main gateway to the holiday resort towns of southern Croatia. Serving more than one million passengers each year, the facility is located 12 miles (20km) from Dubrovnik, near the suburb of Kavtat.

The airport has modest facilities, but visitors should certainly find everything they need. A few duty-free shops and restaurants are available in the terminal.

Location

The airport is situated about 15 miles (24km) south of Dubrovnik.

Getting to the city

The Croatia Airlines bus meets scheduled flights and runs between the airport and the main bus station. Passengers can get off at the stop outside the main gate to the old city on the way to the main bus station. Taxis are also available.

Time

Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Saturday in March to end of October).

Contacts

Tel: +385 20 773 100.

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Split Airport (SPU)

Overview

Split Airport is the airport of choice for many summer season tourists, who flock to the country for quick weekend getaways or even longer vacations in Croatia. It is close to the beach resorts along the Dalmatian Coast and a short drive from the city of Trogir.

Split Airport is the third largest airport in Croatia and handles over 1.2 million passengers each year. Most flights to Split Airport come from other European hubs such as Amsterdam, London, Frankfurt, Rome and Paris. It is an efficient airport with a number of amenities. However, food and drink prices can be quite high and passengers are advised to use the minimarket at the entrance rather than the cafés after security.

Location

The airport is situated 16 miles (25km) west of Split.

Getting to the city

Croatia Airlines operates a bus between the airport and the main bus station, on the waterfront, in Split. Taxis are also available.

Time

Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Saturday in March to end of October).

Contacts

Tel: +385 (0)21 203 555.

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Pula Airport (PUY)

Location

The airport is located 4 miles (about 6km) northeast of the city of Pula.

Getting to the city

A bus service connects the airport to the station in Pula, costing HRK 15 for a one-way ticket.

Time

Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Saturday in March to end October).

Contacts

Tel: +385 5253 0105

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Zagreb Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.

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