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Zagreb International Airport is the primary international gateway of Croatia. It is also commonly known as

Pleso Airport after the nearby suburb of Pleso. The airport also serves as a base of the Croatian Air Force and Air Defence.

Located  just outside the capital city approximately 10 km southeast from Zagreb Central Station in Zagreb, it is the hub for the Croatian flag carrier Croatia Airlines. Major European airlines also operate from Zagreb International Airport with frequent flights to major cities across Europe.

The airport is conveniently accessible by public transport. Bus services in thirty minute intervals link the airport to the main bus station in Zagreb where one can connect to the city trams.Metered taxis and rental cars are also readily available at the airport for transport into city centre. Travel time to the city is approximately 25 to 30 minutes, depending on traffic.

Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and a vibrant city with close to a million residents. This large city in central Croatia is often overshadowed by other pretty European capitals, but it definitely has its distinct charm.  It boasts a charming medieval 'old city' with architecture and cobbled streets similar to other more popular capitals with a some unique twists. Here you can find unusual museums and interesting outdoor attractions.

Getting around the city is easy as Zagreb has an extensive and efficient public transport system with and integrated ticketing system that consists of trams, buses and trains. The tram operates 24 hours a day with reduced frequency at night time. ZET buses cover the area outside the city center, as well as some neighboring towns and suburbs. The buses use the same ticketing system as the trams. Croatian Railways operates trains connecting the suburbs of Zagreb with the central railway station. It is safe and convenient to use when exploring the areas beyond the tram network. A ride worth taking in Zagreb is the historic funicular railway which operates between the lower and upper towns. Built in 1890, it is considered one of the steepest in the world.

Getting a Zagreb Card is highly recommended. The card offers unlimited travel on public transport in Zagreb, discounts at many museums, attractions, shops and restaurants. It is ideal for exploring the many things the city has to offer. Here are some of the top attractions in Zagreb that are a must in any itinerary--

Ban JelačićSquare

Established in the 17th century, JelačićSquare, as it is more commonly called, is the central square and most popular gathering place for locals. It has since been pedestrianized but remains the main hub for the tram network. The oldest buildings in the city can be found here. The square also features the Manduševac fountain located in its eastern part.

Museum of Broken Relationships

Museum's permanent display is an opportunity to experience a unique emotional journey through dozens of love leftovers collected from all around the world. Museum is also the winner of Kenneth Hudson Award 2011 for the most innovative museum in Europe.

Croatian Museum of Naïve Art

This art museum is home to over a thousand pieces of Croatian naïve art, ranging from the early 1930s to the 1980s. The artworks on display includes paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints, mainly by Croatians but also by other well-known international artists. The CMNA also holds lectures and workshops by naïve artists.

Mimara Museum

The works of art displayed in this museum were donated by Ante Topić Mimara, a famous Croatian art collector and philanthropist. The impressive collection comprises more than 1,500 exhibits dating from the prehistoric period up to the 20th century. These include works by European masters, Rembrandt, Manet, Renoir and Gainsborough among others.


The area around Jarun Lake in the southern part of Zagreb is a favourite recreational spot for locals. It is always bustling with many activities such as windsurfing, swimming and rowing competitions. Here you can also find many cafes and bars filled with local and tourists alike.

The climate of Zagreb is continental, with four distinct seasons. Summers are hot and dry, and it is quite common to have snow during the winter months. The peak tourist season in Zagreb is during summer.  The best time to visit the city, however, is in spring when the weather is cooler and the city is less crowded. Find the best flight for you by searching for promo fares to Zagreb International Airport in Zagreb, Croatia on Skyscanner Singapore.

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Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Zagreb: Zagreb.
Delta, KLM Cityhopper, Singapore Airlines, Olympic Air, KLM, Kenya Airways, Norwegian and Czech Airlines all fly direct to Zagreb.
The cheapest month to fly to Zagreb is June.

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