Getting around

Public transport

Numerous tram and bus services operate regularly during the daytime, whilst a limited number of lines are available during the night.

To travel on Zagreb’s trams and buses you will need to have a valid ticket that can be purchased on Tisak newsstands or directly on the coaches (Croatian Kuna needed; payment by credit card possible on Tisak newsstands, but not on the coaches).
A single 90-minute valid ticket costs 10.0 HRK (≈ 1.3 EUR).

A daily ticket costs 30.0 HRK (≈ 4 EUR). Tickets valid for 3 days (70.0 HRK (≈ 9.3 EUR)) or 7 days (150.0 HRK (≈ 20.0 EUR)) are available at ZET selling points (address: Frane Petrića 4, near the central square).

More information about ticket options and prices can be found at:


Several registered taxi companies offer their services in Zagreb.
The prices usually range between 1 and 2 EUR per kilometre (plus a fixed start fee of 2-3 EUR), but this may vary across different taxi provides and depending on other factors, such as the time of the day, traffic, and type of the vehicle.

For more information, please call:

Radio Taxi Zagreb - 1777
Taxi Cammeo - 1212
EKO Taxi - 1414
Taxi Zagreb 00 385 91 570 64 55)
Taxi Zagreb - 00 385 99 193 36 50

Transport to and from the airport

The International Zagreb Airport ‘Franjo Tuđman’ (previously known as ‘Pleso’) is located 17 kilometres (11 miles) from the city.

The easiest way to get from the airport to your destination in Zagreb is by taxi. The prices may vary between 15 and 25 EUR. Another way to get to and from the Airport is by bus/airport shuttle “Pleso prijevoz”.

The airport shuttle “Pleso prijevoz” operates between the Airport and the Zagreb Central Bus Station (a 35-40 minute travel time), following a timetable which can be found here:
A one-way ticket price is 30.0 HRK (≈ 4.0 EUR).

For more information, also see: Transfer from/to airport