Travel to Croatia by car, Airplane, Bus, Train or Boat?
Travel to Croatia by car
For each entry in Croatia, a driver's license and proof of vehicle insurance is needed. Speed limit in resorts is 50 km/h, outside urban areas 90 km/h, on motorways 110 km/h, on highways 130 km/h, for motor vehicles with a caravan trailer without brakes 80 km/h, for buses and buses with light trailer 80 km/h, on highways 100 km/h, except for buses that transport children.
It is necessarily to turn the lights on the vehicle during the winter time, the use of seat belts, and is prohibited the use of cell phones while driving. The allowed amount of alcohol in blood is 0.5 ppm.
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Petrol stations in major cities and the highways are open 0-24 hours.
Toll collection is mandatory for highway A1 Zagreb - Bosiljevo - Zadar - Šibenik - Split - Šestanovac - Ravča, A2 Zagreb - FC - Krapina - Macelj, A3 Bregana - Zagreb - Slavonski Brod - Županja - Lipovac A4 Zagreb - Varanasi – Goričan, A5 Osijek - Đakovo - Sredanci, A6 Zagreb - Karlovac - Bosiljevo - Vrbovsko - Rijeka, A7 Rijeka - Rupa.
Travel to Croatia by airplane
The national airline Croatia Airlines connects Croatia with many European cities like Frankfurt, London, Vienna, Amsterdam, Rome, Paris, and in collaboration with them with the whole world.
Airports in Croatia: Zagreb (Croatia's largest international airport), Split, Dubrovnik, Osijek, Zadar, Pula, Brač, Lošinj and Rijeka/Krk.
Travel to Croatia by bus
Through regular international bus lines Croatia is associated with all countries in the region and most of Central and Western states. Bus terminals are located in all major cities (Zagreb, Split, Rijeka, Osijek, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula, Šibenik, Slavonski Brod ...)
Travel to Croatia by train
Croatian railways have direct connections with Hungary, Italy, Germany, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Serbia, and by transfering with the rest of Europe.
Travel to Croatia by boat
The largest Croatian passenger shipping company Jadrolinija provides the largest number of regular, international and domestic ferry and shipping lines.
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International ferry lines are: Split – Ancona, Split - Stari Grad - Pescara, Ancona - Split - Pescara, Zadar - Ancona and Rijeka - Split - Stari Grad (Hvar) - Korčula - Mljet (Mljet) - Dubrovnik - Bari-Dubrovnik - Bari (direct): Vis - Ancona, Stari Grad – Ancona.