Getting to ZagrebBy car, train or bus
Zagreb is well connected with many Central and Southern European capitals and cities. By car it takes cca 2h to Ljubljana and Graz; 3h to Trieste; 4h to Vienna, Budapest and Belgrade; 5h to Bratislava, Brno and Sarajevo; 6h to Munich and Milan (check ViaMichelin.
Most of these nearby European capitals and cities are well connected to Zagreb by bus (check: Flixbus).
It is also possible to come to Zagreb by train, though it’s quite slower than the bus (check: here).
Zagreb has an international airport with direct flights to most capitals and large cities in Europe and frequent flights to large airport nodes for trans-continent flights (Vienna, Frankfurt, Paris, London etc). The international airport Franjo Tuđman is situated around 15 km southeast of the Venue and downtown Zagreb and is easily and quickly reachable by airport shuttle or taxi.
Taxi costs around 250 kn (30-35 EUR), Uber around 90 kn (12 EUR), shuttle ticket is around 30 km (4 EUR). There is also a public transport option by bus (15 kn, cca 2 EUR ticket), although it takes somewhat longer. It takes around 30 min to get to the center of the city both by taxi and by shuttle. Bus timetable is being adjusted to all aircraft arrivals and departures and the end stop is at Zagreb Main Bus Station.
Entering CroatiaCroatia is an EU state, however, it is important to note that Croatia is not part of the Schengen zone. EU citizens can easily enter with ID or passport. For non-EU citizens, check-out the visa regulations .
If you need an invitation letter for the purpose of obtaining the visa (or other help) contact the LOC (firstname.lastname@example.org).