The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is also the most crowded city in the country. This city is also Croatia’s most important city in terms of economy and culture. Zagreb has continental climate with 4 different seasons in a year.
With a history of 20 centuries, this city is also of great importance in European modern history. IN the 13th century, after Genghis Khan’s attack planned for Europe, the damaged city later became a great development after the 20th century. Being a battle scene during the times Yugoslavia fell apart, the city managed to make it through without much damage. Zagreb separated into two: Gornji Grad (the Upper Town) and Donji Grad (the Lower Town). Of these two sections, you can see historical sites and artifacts more in the Upper Town. Jelacic Square, St. Stephen Cathedral, and the Dolac Bazaar are of places you must see when visiting this part of the city. When in Donji Grad, you can see the Banski Dvori building and St. Mark’s Church.
In Zagreb, which is the capital of Croatia, Zagreb Airport is located as being the largest airport in the country, and the air force base at the same time. Zagreb having one of Croatia's five major highways has wide roads and parks. Since public transportation is developed in the city, travelling between the city and airport is quite easy.
While there are many alternatives such as tramway, bus and train, commercial taxi network is also very developed in the city. At Zagreb Airport, which has a wide range of transportation options, there are many services where passengers can meet their general needs and spend their time while waiting for their flights.
For the transportation to Zagreb Airport, which is located 10 kilometers of the city center, there are many alternatives such as bus, train and car rental in addition to taxis which are one of the commonly preferred options.
You can arrive at the city center in a very short time by the taxis at the airport. Thanks to these taxis which are equipped with the cutting-edge technology and consist of comfortable vehicles, it is possible to go to the city center easily. You can get on taxis in front of the terminal building and you can pay in cash or with credit card.
To get to the city center from Zagreb Airport, you can get on the buses organized by Pleso transportation agency and departing in front of the passenger terminal building. You can find yourself in the city center in about 30 minutes thanks to these buses which are more economical means of transportation than the taxis.
There is no direct train to the city center from the airport. You can get to the central train station by taking one of the buses departing from the Zagreb Airport.
Car rental is one of the most convenient and comfortable transportation options to be chosen for going to the city center. You can comfortably and easily travel to the city center from Zagreb Airport with the vehicles you can rent from Sixt, Hertz, Enterprise, Best, Autorent, Plipovic, Fleet, Mack, HM, Oryx, Avis, Europcar, Uni, Last Minute and Nova Right car rental companies.Last Updated: 18 Jul 2017
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