There are so many ways to get to Croatia and to Split and Dubrovnik to embark on your Go Croatia Sail cruise.
Here are some of the best routes into, out of and around Croatia.


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Airports & airlines

Zagreb is Croatia’s capital and its airport is well-connected. However, Zagreb is quite far from Split (5.5 to 6 hrs by either bus or train) and far from Dubrovnik (around 9 to 10 hrs by bus) so the quickest thing to do is fly from Zagreb to Split or Dubrovnik using Croatia Airlines connections.

Croatia’s national carrier is Croatia Airlines, which has direct flights from Split and Dubrovnik (and Zagreb) to many cities around Europe.
Due to Dubrovnik’s semi-isolated location, Croatia Airlines has excellent connections from Zagreb to Dubrovnik.
Another option that many passengers choose, due to budget airlines going there, is Zadar airport (only 2 to 2.5 hrs by bus from Split).

From UK & rest of Europe

Easyjet – Fly from London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Bristol, Newcastle, Manchester and Belfast
Wizz Air – From London Luton
Croatia Airlines – From London Gatwick and London Heathrow
Norwegian – From London Gatwick
Jet2 – From London Stansted and Manchester
SPLIT AIRPORT from rest of Europe
Croatia Airlines – From Paris
Aer Lingus – From Dublin
Iberia – From Madrid
Lufthansa – From Munich
SAS – From Stockholm, Oslo and Bergen
EuroWings – From Berlin
KLM – From Amsterdam
Easyjet – Fly from London Gatwick and London Stansted, London Luton, Manchester, Edinburgh, Belfast and Bristol
British Airways – From London Gatwick And London Heathrow 
Ryanair -From London Stansted

Jet2 – From London Stansted and Manchester

DUBROVNIK AIRPORT from rest of Europe
Croatia Airlines – From Amsterdam, Athens, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Zurich
Aer Lingus – From Dublin
Iberia – From Madrid
Norwegian – From Stockholm and Oslo
KLM – From Amsterdam
EuroWings – From Hamburg
Ryanair – Fly from London Stansted and Manchester
Croatia Airlines – From London Heathrow and London Gatwick
We highly recommend Skyscanner as the first place to look for any direct or indirect flights to Croatia. The site is easy to use and the best price is usually there!

Looking for your airport transfer?

This is becoming more and more of a popular route, as many travellers stop in Italy before or after their Croatian experience. Here are the main routes:
– Ancona to Hvar
– Ancona to Split
– Ancona to Stari Grad (Hvar Island)
– Ancona to Zadar.
– Bari to Dubrovnik
For more information, schedules and to book your tickets, use FERRYHOPPER:



The two most useful coastal destinations connected to Zagreb by train are Rijeka and Split. Please note – there are NO TRAINS to Dubrovnik! 

Croatian Railways have online timetables and other information regarding train travel in Croatia and connections to other countries: 

Bus / Coach
Coach services to Croatia from all over Europe and intercity services inside Croatia are very good, and cost-effective.
Check out the connections from the cities’ bus stations directly:
Split Bus Station: