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How to Get from Zadar Airport to Other Destinations
This airport serves flights from all over Europe. It is located about 10 km from the center of the city. Visitors often want to know how to get from the air hub to Croatian cities. Some of them take a bus, while others prefer taxi or transfer services.
Taxi from Zadar Airport
A taxi station is located opposite the exit of the area of arrivals. The average price of a trip from the airport to the city is 170 HRK (22 euros). However, it might be higher. Croatian taxi drivers like overcharging tourists. Therefore, ask about the price before getting into the car. Do not hesitate to bargain or you can end up paying 400 HRK (54 euros) for a taxi to Zadar. If you are planning to go from the air hub to other cities, it might be better to take a transfer.
Transfer from Zadar Airport
If you are among those, who prefer to plan everything in advance, you might be interested in ordering a transfer instead of taking a taxi. The Kiwitaxi company offers various car classes, therefore, everyone will find an appropriate vehicle. All our cars are comfortable, spacious and have enough place for luggage.
A transfer from the air hub to Zadar in an economy-class car will cost you 24 euros, to Novalja – 96 euros, and to Trogir – 120 euros. If you travel with a group, you might be interested in a minibus. Thus, a fare of a trip from the airport in a minibus for 7 persons is 39 euros.
You can pre-arrange a transfer 24/7 on the Kiwitaxi website. Our rates do not change after the booking is confirmed. In case you have questions, do not hesitate to contact our consultants.
Public transport from Zadar Airport
A bus departs every 1-2 hours. It goes from the airport to the Old Town, and the journey takes around 25 minutes. The ticket costs 25 HRK (3 euros), luggage included. From Zadar, you can get to other Croatian cities by train or bus. Check the schedules beforehand. There is no available public transport at night, therefore, decide between taxi and transfer services.
Zadar is worth a visit. This city boasts a great number of old churches. The most well-known is the Church of St. Donatus, which was founded in the 9th century. Nowadays it is just a museum and one of the best examples of the pre-Romanesque buildings. The ruins of Roman Forum are situated near the Church.