• A growing number of direct flights connect Croatia to global destinations. The country is also served by a well-developed network of motorways. All this, and the fact that Croatia is a member of the European Union, will make your travel to Zagreb easier than ever before.

    To Croatia, Zagreb

    By air
    Croatia’s flagship carrier, Croatia Airlines, operates direct flights to and from numerous European destinations:
    The airport is 17 kilometres away from the city centre and the venue. Travel time by car or bus is approximately 25 minutes.
    Cab fare from the airport to the venue ranges from HRK 120-200 (€16-26). The airport shuttle bus operates between the airport and the central bus station. Tickets cost HRK 30 (€4) and may be purchased from the driver.


    Nationals from certain countries require a visa to enter Croatia. Up-to-date visa requirements and an overview of the countries whose nationals must obtain a visa for entry may be found at

    To the Congress Centre

    By car
    Zagreb Forum Congress Centre is located close to two major thoroughfares, Slavonska avenija and Ulica grada Vukovara, and may be easily reached without driving through the city centre.