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How to get to Croatia? The quickest way to get to Croatia is by plane. Croatia has five international airports that are also the main points of entry in Croatia: Zagreb, Pula, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik airports. Airports handle the majority of scheduled and charter flights from Europe and America. Once you arrive, continue travel by air, train, bus, taxi or ferry.
Croatia has long coasts and numerous islands; it is also an option to reach by ferry. The main international ports are Pula, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik.
The best way to get to Croatia from Europe is by plane to the airports of Zagreb, Pula, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik or by train to the capital Zagreb.
When traveling from Albania, you face a long journey by land through Montenegro to Dubrovnik. Tirana is 275 km away from Dubrovnik and the journey by car takes 6 hours with a bus that travels on this line once a day travel takes about 11 hours.
Traveling from Montenegro to Croatia is easy by car, bus and plane.
By Ryanair plane from Podgorica airport to Zagreb, the journey takes about an hour.
The bus from the Main Bus Station Podgorica to Dubrovnik passes through the cities of Bar, Sutomore, Petrovac, Kotor, Tivat, Herceg Novi, the length of the road is about 170 km from Podgorica while from Herceg Novi to Dubrovnik is 60 km. The journey takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes to 5 hours, depending on the city of departure.
As the bus crosses the border during the tourist season, unforeseen delays at the border are possible. Be sure to bring your identification documents. The bus driver or tour operator will make a list of passenger names before crossing the border.
If you land at the airport in Podgorica or Tivat, just to continue to Croatia and want to explore the hidden gems you are on the right path because the journey through Montenegro will remain in your heart. Traveling along the Adriatic Road is picturesque and breathtaking when you pass by the Skadar Lake National Park on the road Podgorica – Petrovac – Budva or when you drive from Budva to Kotor’s old town protected by UNESCO, to Herceg Novi where you approach the border crossing with Croatia. You can also rent a car for Croatia at these two airports if you have not done so from home online. You can create an unforgettable itinerary yourself, discover the attractive views that these two countries abound in and embark on breathtaking adventures.