How to Get from Zagreb City Center to Zagreb Airport and Other Destinations
This is popular among tourists for its gastronomy, architecture, museums, galleries, theatres, and cafes. Shopping lovers will find both international brands and local goods. The city is also famous for its parks, there are about 30 of them. Before their visit to Croatia’s capital, tourists usually wonder how to get to Zagreb Airport, which is situated about 10 km from the city center.
Taxi from Zagreb
Taxis here can be found almost everywhere, especially near shopping centers and major hotels. The price of a taxi will be around 140 HRK (19 euros), but it depends on the time of the day. However, if you call a taxi via phone or app, it will be cheaper: for instance, Uber will cost you 90 HRK (12 euros). Keep in mind that Croatian taxi drivers often protest against Uber and attack its drivers.
Be sure that you take a registered taxi and the taximeter is turned on. It is always better to agree on a price before the trip starts.
Transfer from Zagreb
If you want to plan your trip in advance, you might choose a transfer while leaving the city center. The Kiwitaxi transfer will provide you with the best service. Fixed prices, helpful English-speaking drivers, payment in the currency you want and additional services for your comfort.
The price of the Kiwitaxi transfer from Zagreb downtown to the airport in an economy class car is 23 euros. The trip takes about 30 minutes. We are ready to drive you to other destinations too. For instance, a 2 hour 15 minute trip to the largest Croatian national park named Plitvice Lakes will cost you 120 euros, to Zadar, the city on the Adriatic Sea, - 264 euros. With the Kiwitaxi transfer, you have an opportunity to go to Split, Rovinj, and other famous cities. We organize transfers for different groups of people who are ready to immerse in the Croatian atmosphere.
Public transport from Zagreb
The Croatia Airlines bus will be the best choice for budget travelers. It costs 30 HRK (4 euros) and is available from 5:30 am to 10:30 pm, however, the timetable may change. The bus departs from Autobusni Kolodvor, the bus station, every 30 minutes.
In Zagreb, you can find one of the shortest funicular in the world (66 meters), which was built in the 19th century. The distance between Lower and Upper Towns can be crossed in 64 seconds. The fare of a ride is 4 HKR (0,5 euros).