By Road

Croatian highways, whether you travel by bus or your own car, are newly built, fast and modern. Here are some distance indications:

  • Zagreb to Split Riviera: 410km / 4h

  • Zagreb to Dubrovnik: 600km / 6h

  • Split to Dubrovnik: 230km / 3h

  • Vienna to Split: 765km / 7h20

  • Florence to Split: 900km / 9h

  • Nice to Split: 1200km / 12h20

  • Geneva to Split: 1200 / 12h30

  • Athens to Split: 1200km / 16h20

By Plane

There are nine international airports across the country: Zagreb (ZAG), Split (SPU), Dubrovnik (DBV), Pula (PUY), Rijeka (RJK), Zadar (ZAD), Osijek (OSI), Brač (BWK) and Mali Lošinj (LSZ).

Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik are the 3 most important airports of the country. Regional, national, European and International flights and carriers service these airports. These airports are serviced by major carriers as well as bargain airlines such as Eurowings, Vueling, and Easyjet.

Major carriers to Croatia coastal airports are

Aer Lingus from Dublin  
Air France from Paris
Austrian Airlines from Vienna
British Airways from London
Croatia Airlines from Athens, Copenhagen, Dublin, Geneva, London, Paris, Vienna
Easyjet from London, Manchester, Newcastle
Iberia from Madrid  
Lufthansa from Frankfurt, Munich
TUI Airways from London, Manchester, Glasgow
Vueling Barcelona, Florence, Rome 

For guests traveling from the United States we recommend connecting through the European cities above and using the following recommended airlines:

  • London and using British Airways, Easyjet (discount) and Croatia Airlines

  • Barcelona and using Iberia or Vueling Airlines (discount)

  • Munich (MUC), Frankfurt (FRA) or Cologne/Bonn (CGN) and using Lufthansa or Eurowings

  • Paris via Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and using Air France or Croatia Airlines

Private jets into Split Airport (SPU), Dubrovnik Airport (DBV), Brač Airport (BWK), and Zadar Airport (ZAD) are possible.

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