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Zagreb Airport Mini Guide
Tell me About Zagreb Airport
Zagreb Airport is also known as Pleso Airport and is the main airport serving Croatia. It is 17 km from the city centre in the town of Pleso and is the primary hub for Croatian Airlines.
How can I fly There?
There are 12 scheduled airlines currently flying into Zagreb Airport from cities in Europe. There are also 3 budget airlines and 4 charter airlines operating seasonal routes.
Can I get to the City Easily?
There is an airport bus every ½ hour to Zagreb Bus Station or you can take a taxi. Car hire is also an option - it should take 25 minutes, on route 30 to get to the city.
What Facilities are at the Airport for me?
Zagrebacka Banka and the currency exchange desk in arrivals should take care of any money needs at the airport. ATMs are conveniently located around the terminal and there is a post office, if you forgot to send a postcard. The Zrinjevac Lounge is available for all business class passengers, you can read the newspapers and help yourself to a drink. There is also a Diners Club International Airport Lounge available.
Can I Shop There?
The Welcome Shop has all those last minute items including newspapers and travel products. In departures you will find a small selection of shops featuring local souvenirs and luxury brand names.
What if I’m Hungry?
The Restaurant Faust Vrancio has waiter service or self service options and overlooks the runway. You can have national or international dishes there. For a quick snack and a coffee, head for Art Café in the East Wing of the terminal.
Is There an Airport Hotel?
No, But the Garni Hotel is just outside of the airport. The 4 star hotel rooms each have a unique design and a balcony. Free Wi-Fi is available and there is a fitness centre and indoor pool. The hotel restaurant serves Croatian and international dishes and there is a café and terrace.
- BA will begin a route to Zagreb from Heathrow from the beginning of October this year adding to the 2.3m passengers using the airport. This year sees the start of the building of a new terminal and a second runway that will help ease congestion at this popular airport.