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Arriving to Croatia

By Plane

From almost all major European cities there are direct flights to Zagreb from where a regular transfer to Split is available. There are also direct flights to Split from Amsterdam , Düsseldorf and Rome. For more information please visit the site of Croatia Airlines.

Croatia Airlines
Savska 41
Information Tel. 0800 7777, (01) 481 96 33
Reservation Tel. 062 777 777, (01) 487 27 27



Croatia Airlines is national airport company, flies to:

Regular International Flights: Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Munich , Paris, Prague , Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tel Aviv, Vienna and Zurich.

Regular Domestic Flights: Zagreb, Rijeka, Osijek, Brac, Dubrovnik, Pula, Split, Zadar.

By Car

For traveling to Croatia by car you will need a green card and a valid driving license. Tolls are collected on major motorways and several bridges. For more information please visit the Croatian Automobile Club site .
Info centar:+385(0)14640 800.


It is requested that you carry a valid driving licence, automobile registration card and your green card (unless regulated differently). All damage to vehicle must be reported at the border when entering the country.

Speed and Alcohol Limits
50 km/h - in built-up areas, 80 km/h - outside built-up areas (unless otherwise stated), 130 km/h - on motorways.
Speed limit for cars towing caravans or trailers is 80 km/h.
The maximum permitted level of alcohol in the blood is 0.0 parts per thousand.
The use of seat belts is mandatory
Use of mobile phones while driving is not permitted
Driving with headlights on is mandatory during the night and day

By Boat

The Croatian coastal towns and cities are served by ferry and ship services. The inhabited islands are linked with the mainland (and some of them also with other islands) by ferry/ship services. During the summer, the frequency of ferry sailings is usually increased and fast hydrofoil services are added. The summer sailing schedule normally remains in operation from 31 May to 28 September.


International and special lines:

The main Croatian passenger shiping line, maintains the largest number of regular international and domestic ferry and shipping lines.

International Car Ferries:

•  Rijeka -Zadar- Split -Stari Grad (otok Hvar)-Korcula- Dubrovnik - Bari
•  Split - Ancona - Split
•  Korcula - Stari Grad (otok Hvar) - Split - Ancona
•  Zadar - Ancona - Zadar
•  Zadar - Brbinj (Dugi otok) - Ancona
•  Dubrovnik - Bari - Dubrovnik

Information on sailing times and fares is obtainable from the following addresses:

Riva 16
51000 Rijeka
CROATIA P.O. Box 123
Tel. 00385(0)51 666 111; 211 444
Fax. 00385(0)51 213 116
Telex 24225

Sem Marina
The Croatian passenger shiping line which maintains the international daily ferry lines: Split - Ancona - Split .
Season lines: Rijeka-Zadar-Split- Stari Grad (otok Hvar)-Korcula-Dubrovnik-Bari, Ancona - island Hvar - Ancona, Ancona - island Vis - Ancona, Zadar - Ancona - Zadar, Ancona - island Mali Losinj - Ancona.

E-mail reservation and booking.
Boktulijin put b.b.
21000 SPLIT
Republic of Croatia
Tel. 00385(0)21 338 219, 338 292
Fax. 00385(0)21 338 267

The Italian passenger shiping line which maintains the regular international  ferry lines Ancona - Split - Ancona ("Linea costa istriana")

Jadroagent - Split
Gat sv. Duje 4
Tel. 00385(0)21 338 227
Fax.00385 (0)21 338 335

The connection Trieste - Grado Lignano - Piran - Rovinj - Brijuni during the season

Jadroagent - Rijeka
Tel. (051) 211 152

Eurostar travel
Obala Pino Budicin 1, Rovinj
Tel: 052 813 144
Fax: 052 816 615

The Italian company SNAV sails its fast line between Italy-Croatia in only 4 hours. Ancona , Civitanova, Giulianova and Pescara are connected to Split, Zadar and Croatian islands.

Gat sv. Duje 4
tel: (021) 322 252
fax: (021) 322 253
E-mail: ,

By Rail

The railway network connects Croatia to the major cities in all neighboring countries: Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Czheck Republic, Slovakia, Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Yugoslavia. The site of Croatian Railways is