Here are options for getting to Zagreb by air from the UK, Ireland, Europe and the rest of the world, as well as by bus or train from Europe and other parts of Croatia.
Flights from the UK & Ireland
- Croatia Airlines have flights from London Heathrow to Zagreb year-round
- British Airways have flights from London Heathrow that also operate (almost!) year-round
- Croatia Airlines have flights from Dublin to Zagreb
Flights from Europe
Listed below are a number of direct flights from various European cities to Zagreb. Some routes only operate during summer – please check airlines’ websites for full details.
Flights from Austria to Zagreb:
- Austrian Airlines from Vienna year-round
- Lauda from Vienna new for 2020!
- Croatia Airlines from Vienna year-round
Flights from Belgium to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines from Brussels year-round
Flights from Bosnia and Hercegovina to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines flights from Sarajevo year-round and Mostar year-round
Flights from Bulgaria to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines from Sofia new for 2020!
Flights from the Czech Republic to Zagreb:
Flights from Denmark to Zagreb:
Flights from France to Zagreb:
Fights from Germany to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines from Frankfurt year-round and Munich year-round
- Eurowings from Berlin year-round, Cologne/Bonn year-round, Dussedorf year-round and Stuttgart year-round (the airline can also be used to reach a number of other European cities by transferring at one of these German airports)
- Lufthansa from Frankfurt year-round and Munich year-round
Flights from Israel to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines from Tel Aviv
Flights from Italy to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines from Bologna, Rome (via Split) year-round and Milan
Flights from Kosovo to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines from Pristina year-round
Flights from Macedonia to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines from Skopje year-round
Flights from Montenegro to Zagreb:
Flights from the Netherlands to Zagreb:
Flights from Poland to Zagreb:
- LOT from Warsaw year-round
Flights from Portugal to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines from Lisbon
Flights from Russia to Zagreb:
Flights from Serbia to Zagreb:
- Air Serbia flights from Belgrade year-round
Flights from Spain to Zagreb:
Flights from Switzerland to Zagreb:
- Croatia Airlines flights from Zurich year-round
Flights from Turkey to Zagreb:
Flights from outside Europe
Flights from Canada to Zagreb:
- AirTransat flights from Toronto
Flights from Qatar to Zagreb:
- Qatar Airways flights from Doha
Flights from South Korea to Zagreb:
- Korean Air flights from Incheon
Flights from the UAE to Zagreb:
- Emirates flights from Dubai year-round
Getting to Zagreb By Bus and Train from Europe
There are international bus services from – amongst other places – Austria (Graz & Wien), Czech Republic (Brno & Prague), Italy (Trieste), Germany (various including Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart), and Switzerland (Lucerne & Zurich). Routes are operated by Croatia Bus, and you can also look up schedules on the Zagreb Bus Terminal website.
There are train services from many European cities; you can look up timetables on the excellent Die Bahn website.
Getting to Zagreb from elsewhere in Croatia
As Croatia’s capital, Zagreb is obviously very well connected to the rest of the country. By far the quickest way of getting to Zagreb from other parts of the country is by air – Croatia Airlines have daily flights from Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik, all of which operate year-round, as well as summer flights to Bol (Brac).
Trade Air also operate year-round flights from Osijek in eastern Croatia, and summer only flights from Rijeka – these flights can also be booked on the Croatia Airlines website.
Silver Air Travels offer flights from Mali Losinj to Zagreb.
See our Flights in Croatia page for more details of all the above flight options.
If you’re reaching Zagreb by bus, check the Zagreb Bus Terminal website for timetable details of the many routes to and from the city.
Train routes in Croatia aren’t as extensive as bus routes, but Zagreb is the most connected city of all. (Think of the city as the main train hub in the country with routes branching out from it.) The most popular train route is to or from Split; you can also reach Rijeka by train (although bus is quicker!) or travel northeast towards the direction of Hungary. See the Croatia Railways site or the Die Bahn website for timetable details.