Croatia is a land of open frontiers and simple customs regulations. It is also a peaceful country and one that is respectful towards its guests. We strive to make our country beautiful to all those who visit it and we do our best to ensure that visitors take only beautiful memories home with them.
Getting to Croatia by plane
Croatia Airlines is the Croatian national airline company, a member of Star Alliance association. Its international and national flight network connects continental and coastal parts of Croatia as well as connecting Croatia with numerous attractive destinations : Amsterdam, Vienna, Brussels, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Copenhagen, London, Munich, Paris, Podgorica, Priština,Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Zurich.
During the summer schedule there is a greater number of flights offered for certain destinations as are additional destinations in scheduled and charter flights (Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Lyon…) In cooperation with its partners, Croatia Airlines enables its passengers to reach destinations across the world.
Tel: 062 500 505 (for calls from Croatia), +385 1 6676 555
Number for mobile networks’ calls within
Other airline companies operating in Croatia:
Aeroflot, Air France, Austrian Airlines, ČSA, Lufthansa, LOT, Malev, Germanwings, Scandinavian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Air Bosna, Air One, British Airways, Hapag Lloyd, Norwegian Air Shuttle, TAP, Wizz Air, LTU, Estonian Air, EasyJet, Aer Lingus, Trade Air / Sun Adria, Dubrovnik Airlines, Adria Airways, Nouvelair Tunisie, Ryan Air, Darwin Airline, Skyeurope Slovakian, SN Brussels Airlines.
Getting to Croatia by car
To enter Croatia, a driver’s licence, an automobile registration card and vehicle insurance documents are required. An international driving licence is desirable for renting vehicles (rent-a-car). The permit is issued by the motor club of the driver’s country of domicile.The driver of a motor vehicle registered abroad entering the territory of the Republic of Croatia must have a valid International Motor Third Party Liability Insurance document valid on the territory of the European Union, or some other evidence of the existence of such insurance. International insurance documents and evidence are considered to be either an official licence plate of a vehicle normally stationed on the territory of a country whose national insurance
bureau is a signatory of the Multilateral Agreement, or a valid Green Card issued for a vehicle which originates from a country whose national insurance bureau is not a signatory of the Multilateral Agreement and other documents and evidences whose validity is known by the Croatian Insurance Bureau.
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Getting to Croatia by ferry
International car ferry services:
Pula – Rovinj – Poreč – Umag – Venice;
Poreč – Umag – Venice, Rovinj –Cesenatico, Rovinj – Venice
Rabac – Venice
Poreč – Venice
Rovinj – Piran–Trieste – Piran – Rovinj– Pula
Mali Lošinj – Rabac – Pula – Poreč – Rovinj – Venice
Cesenatico – Rimini – Pesaro – Mali Lošinj
Zadar–Pesaro – Rimini – Cesenatico
Split–(Stari Grad) – Ancona
Split – Ancona
Dubrovnik – Bari
As well as the ferry lines, high – speed lines also operate between Italy and Croatia.
The main Croatian maritime passenger transport liner maintains the majority of regular, international and domestic car
ferry, ship and high-speed lines. Its head office is in Rijeka.
Tel: +385 51 666 111, +385 51 666 100
Other shipping companies:
Rapska plovidba, d.d.:
Linijska nacionalna plovidba d.d.:
G & V Line d.o.o:
Blue Line International:
Emilia Romagna Lines:
Bura Line & Off Shore: