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The Dentum Travel Guide: How to get to Zagreb

If you’re reading this, then you have probably already assured yourself of the expertise of our dental team, the quality of the products we use and realised how much you could save by visiting Dentum for your dental treatment.

And apparently, you seriously started to think about coming to Zagreb and get some dental work done here at Dentum. Yay!

Now there’s only one question left: How can you get to us?

Well, do not fear, getting to Zagreb is easier and faster than you might think. Due to its great position within the European Union, there are many ways how to get to Zagreb. Depending on where you’re located, you can get here by plane, train, bus, car or even by the ferry.

To make your planning process easier, we’ve put together this neat infographic with plenty of information on how you can get to Zagreb.

Getting to Zagreb by plane

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Zagreb is Croatia’s capital city. There are many direct flights from almost all major European cities to Zagreb, so booking a flight at a reasonable price won’t be a problem. From the northern parts Europe, it takes you on average only two hours to come to Zagreb by plane.

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Cities with direct flights to Zagreb:

  • Amsterdam
  • Berlin
  • Bonn
  • Bologna
  • Brussels
  • Cologne
  • Copenhagen
  • Dortmund
  • Frankfurt
  • Göteborg
  • Hamburg
  • London – Heathrow
  • London – Gatwick
  • Moscow
  • Munich
  • Paris –CDG
  • Rome
  • Vienna
  • Zurich

Please note that some of these lines operate only during summer, that’s why we advise you to check the availability of the flights on the airline’s webpage for full details.

Airlines that are flying to Zagreb:

And because we don’t want you to worry about anything while staying with us, we’ll happily provide you with a free pick-up service from and to the airport.

Our driver will wait for you in the terminal and bring you safely to our clinic. Furthermore, we will also provide you with a free ride to the airport when it’s time for you to get back home.

Getting to Zagreb by bus or train

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Bus travel is one of the most affordable methods of traveling, so if you’re planning to come to Zagreb by bus, there are many connections from all nearby European cities. Most modern bus companies come with spacious coaches that will provide you with comfortable seats, free WiFi and other benefits that will make your journey pass by in the blink of an eye.

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Some of the bus companies with millions of international bus connections are:

They offer international bus services for example from – amongst other places – Austria (Graz & Wien), Italy (Trieste), Germany (various including Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart), and Switzerland (Lucerne and Zürich).

However, if you’re more the train kind of type, we’d recommend you to check out following websites:

After arriving at the main train or bus station, our driver will pick you up and bring you to our clinic, so you can be fully unconcerned. This applies also for your departure. Of course, this service is free of charge.

Getting to Zagreb by car

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If you don’t want to travel without the comfort of your own car, that’s fine too. Before getting on the road, it’s advisable to download directions via Google Maps. Google Maps Street View is also available in Croatia, what might help you with planning your trip.

Free parking is available around the building, or you can park in the garage on the -1 level. At the entrance, ring the button for Dental Centar b2/ Dentum and take the elevator to the 5th floor.

Possible motorway routes:

  • From Vienna: Pass by Graz and Maribor and then take the A2 upon entering Croatia. Please have in mind that the road in Slovenia is tolled.
  • From Ljubljana: Use the A3 eastbound.
  • From Italy: Use the A7, A6 and then the A1 (Bosiljevo-Zagreb).

Helpful information for your road trip:

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For details about traffic flow and road conditions in Croatia, check the following website:

In case you need assistance during your trip, give us a call at any time at tel:

+44 20 376 939 73 or +385 1 5802 333.

Need assistance with planning your trip?

We get it, planning a trip like this can be confusing. That’s why we will happily help you with booking your flight or bus/train trip to Zagreb.

Just give us a call at +385 1 5802 333 or send us an inquiry and we will find the best solution for you.