Arriving in Croatia
From almost all major European cities there are direct flights to Zagreb from where a regular transfer to Split is available. There are also direct flights to Split from Amsterdam, Düsseldorf and Rome. For more information please visit the site of Croatia Airlines www.croatiaairlines.hr / www.germanwings.com
For traveling to Croatia by car you will need a green card and a valid driving license. Tolls are collected on major motorways and several bridges.
For more information please visit the Croatian Automobile Club site www.hak.hr
The Croatian coastal towns and cities are served by ferry and ship services. The inhabited islands are linked with the mainland (and some of them also with other islands) by ferry/ship services. During the summer, the frequency of ferry sailings is usually increased and fast hydrofoil services are added. The summer sailing schedule normally remains in operation from 31 May to 28 September. International and special lines: www.jadrolinija.hr / www.snav.com / www.blueline-ferries.com / www.splittours.hr
The railway network connects Croatia to the major cities in all neighboring countries: Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Czheck Republic, Slovakia, Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Yugoslavia.
The site of Croatian Railways is www.hznet.hr