We remove the stress of travel through professional and reliable airport transfer service to any location in Croatia. Start your holiday with a pleasant ride from the airport to your hotel in a private, chauffeur-driven vehicle. Our five-star rated airport taxi service is punctual, all-inclusive and affordable.
The Republic of Croatia is a country in central Europe, and its neighbouring countries are Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. It spreads on an area of 56,594 square kilometres and has 4.28 million inhabitants. Nearly half of the country is on the sea, and its coastline offers excellent beaches with clear water and luxury hotels.
The official language is Croatian, which belongs to the South Slavic language group. The country joined the EU in 2013, but they kept their original currency, which is Kuna (HRK).
The capital city of Croatia is Zagreb. It is a vibrant city where you can find many museums, shops and cafes. The town has two sections, the Upper Town and Lower Town. Some of the best attractions that you should visit are The Museum of Broken Relationships, the Main Cathedral and the Lotrscak Tower. If you are more into art, you can visit The Art Pavilion and the Mestrovic Gallery. Those who like nature can go and enjoy the Botanical Garden that sits on 50.000 square meters. In Zagreb, there are many transportation options like trams, buses, trains and taxis.
It is very tough to choose what to visit in this country because there are so many beautiful locations. In the magical Dubrovnik, you can find the historical Walls and the Stradun, which is the main street in the city. Plitvice Lakes National Park is another gorgeous location where you can see sixteen exceptional waterfalls and enjoy the breathtaking nature.
Croatia has affordable public transportation in which you will find bus routes, trams, railway network and taxis. In the country, they use right-hand traffic, which means that the driving side is on the right.
Zagreb Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Croatia. It bears the name of the first President of Croatia Franjo Tudjman and has 3.4 million passing passengers each year. It has one terminal that was renovated and opened in March 2017. The terminal consists of three levels and a 600 square metre duty-free shop with bars and restaurants. From the airport to the city centre you have the option to travel by a local bus or an airport taxi.
The second busiest airport in Croatia is in Split and is known as Resnik Airport. It is a vital airport in Croatia because it offers low-cost flights during the holiday season and also to major European cities. You can reach the airport by public buses that are very frequent. There are also other options like airport taxis or renting a car.a
Planning your airport transfer can be stressful, but we are making the process easier by providing you with professional assistance and comfortable vehicles. We intend to give each one of our clients a comfortable and unique service when they arrive.
In our offer, we include meet and greet, free cancellation if something comes up and free updates on your booking. Also, flight monitoring for delays is included in the price as well as driver GPS tracking. Our prices are published on our website, and they are fixed and all-inclusive without any hidden costs. By choosing this kind of airport transfer, you will avoid the hassle of finding public transport.