During our bespoke tours of Croatia, you’ll typically be provided with fully private transport services throughout – including all airport transfers, and road journeys between destinations. All your internal transport will be built into the price and taken care of, so you have nothing to worry about!
Independent travelers however should be aware that public transport in Croatia is generally very good. There are just a few major train lines, connecting for instance Zagreb and Split, but prices are keen and comfort levels high. An intercity bus network is also comprehensive and will get you to all corners of Croatia.
Intercity transport is mostly by bus. Single journeys in Zagreb, Split, or Dubrovnik, are typically priced at US$1-2. To save money in the capital city, 24-hour public transport passes can be bought for around US$5. This gives you access to buses, trains, and trams; signage is in both English and Croatian.
Croatia’s road network is comprehensive and of excellent quality, so many visitors choose to rent a car to get around the mainland. A popular route is from Zagreb down to the coast, stopping in at Plitvice Lakes National Park en route. The coastal roads are also gorgeous. Rental car prices are usually around US$8-120 for a four-day rental, excluding insurance and fuel.