How to arrive
We have you on your journey some tips for public transport in Croatia. Never hurts to be informed in advance.
How to get to sailing croatia
- Bus & train
- Useful addresses
Getting there By car
Motorway connections to destinations on the Croatian coast are perfectly developed. During the summer the traffic at border crossings is slightly denser, which may result in a jam. For entry into Croatia you need a valid driver's license, vehicle registration and insurance card for the vehicle. The motorway fee will be calculated on motorways, semi-motorways and bridges, after the length of the route and the type of vehicle. The motorway fee can be paid in cash, credit cards (AMERICAN EXPRESS, DINERS, MASTERCARD, MAESTRO, VISA) or by check. The minimum amount per check is 10,00 Kuna. The toll can be paid in euros.
- In Croatia we drive on the right side
- Driving with lights both - day and night is obligation
- Making calls with the mobile phone is not permitted while driving
- Use of seat belts is obligation
- Permitted alcohol alcohol limit is 0.0 per mil
If the traffic signs do not indicate otherwise, the permitted speed limits are the following:
- in built-up areas 50 km / h
- on highways 90 km / h
- on highways 110 km / h
- on motorways 130 km / h
- Car with caravan 80 km / h
- Buse and Buse with a light trailer 80 km / h
Petrol stations are open daily from 7 am to 19 or 20 o'clock; in the summer season to 22 pm, in the larger cities and on main international routes around the clock; sell the stations:
- unleaded petrol - Euro super 95
- unleaded petrol - Super 95
- unleaded petrol - Super plus 98
- Diesel fuel - diesel Euro
- Diesel fuel - Diesel
- In larger cities, it is also possible to fill the tank with gas.
Information about the car charges, fuel prices and a list of gas filling stations can be found on the following link: www.hak.hr and www.ina.hr.
In all cities and tourist centers under the telephone number: 970
Taxi service in Dubrovnik - Tel: 020/435 715
In all major cities, tourist resorts and at airports.
Arriving by bus and train
Travelling by bus: There are regular international bus links connecting Croatia with Austria, Italy, Hungary, France, Germany, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Slovakia. This type of transport is the cheapest if you come from the central Europe to Croatia. The bus service between Croatian cities are also very good, as well as regional services.
Arriving by train: The railway network connects all major Croatian cities, except Dubrovnik. There are direct lines to Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, France, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro and to Switzerland and Slovakia. After almost all other European countries there are indirect lines. The train types in Croatia are the following: Euro City (EC), InterCity (IC), Express (Ex), fast train (B), and commuter train: Croatian Railways Ltd.
Arriving by plane
There are regular flights from almost all international airports to Zagreb, capital of Croatia - from Zagreb you can continue your flight towards the coast. Croatia Airlines and individual foreign airlines fly daily to Zagreb. In high season the number of flights is higher and many charter flights fly directly to the most popular tourist towns in Croatia: Pula, Rijeka, Split, Dubrovnik and Brac.
In international air traffic, Croatia Airlines has flights to Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Prague, Tel Aviv, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Vienna, Zurich and in season even Manchester Croatia Airlines Apart from the national airline Croatia Airlines, also fly the following by Croatia: Aeroflot, Air Bosna, Alitalia, Australian Airlines, Air France, Avioimpex, British Airways, Crossair, CSA, Lufthansa, LOT, Malev and Turkish Airlines, Dubrovnik.
Arriving by Ship
Jadrolinija is the leading shipping and ferry company in Croatia, both participating in the international and national traffic with various ship and ferry lines.
- Croatia Airlines (www.croatiaairlines.hr)
- Airport Zagreb (www.zagreb-airport.hr)
- Airport Pula (www.airport-pula.com)
- Airport Rijeka (www.rijeka-airport.hr)
- Airport Zadar (www.zadar-airport.hr)
- Airport Split (www.split-airport.hr)
- Airport Dubrovnik (www.airport-dubrovnik.hr)
- INA - oil industry (www.ina.hr)
- Bus station Zagreb (www.akz.hr)
- Kroatischer car club (www.hak.hr)
- Autotrans transport operator (www.autotrans.hr)
- Rent-A-Car Adriaplus (www.adriaplus.hr)
- Rent-A-Car Avis (www.avis.hr)
- Rent-A-Car Hertz (www.hertz.com)
- Rent-A-Car Budget (www.budget.com)
- A La Carte Rental Service (vacations-a-la-carte.com)
- Rent-A-Car Terrae (www.terrae-car.com)
- Croatian train (www.hznet.hr)
- Jadrolinija - boat tours (www.jadrolinija.hr)
- Split Tours Travel agency (www.splittours.hr)
- Venezia Lines - boat tours (www.venezialines.com)