Information on Airports in Croatia
Croatia’s Dubrovnik Airport is located on the West Coast of the country, near the town of Dubrovnik. The airport is easily accessed by car from Dubrovnik, by following the E65 highway. Public transport links include the Libertas Dubrovnik bus services, and Atlas shuttle coaches which depart after the arrival of every scheduled incoming flight; the fare is Kn35 (US$6). Taxis are also available at the kerbside rank outside the terminal building.
There are two Bureaux de Change, one in International Arrivals and one in International Departures, and a bank and a post office. Free Wi-Fi access is available in the terminal building, and there are also two fixed internet kiosks. Both terminals have cafes offering drinks, snacks and light meals, and there is a duty free shop in the International Departures Area. Disabled facilities are very basic.
Zagreb Airport serves Croatia’s capital, Zagreb. It’s the country’s main international airport. Route E11 links the city with the airport and an Airport Express bus service regularly makes the trip, with tickets costing about HRK30 (US$5). There’s a choice of cafes and bars, and internet access points are situated on the first floor, while paid-for Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport.
There are shops selling travel accessories, souvenirs and newspapers, as well as duty free, and mother and baby facilities in the domestic area of the terminal. Assistance for disabled passengers is relatively good, with lifts and designated parking spaces. Passengers who require assistance to and from their aircraft are advised to contact their airline before travelling.
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