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BY BUSZadar is a center of northern Dalmatia and it is also very well connected with all Croatian towns and larger European centers.Regural international bus lines connect Croatia with Austria, Italy, Hungary, France, Germany, Bosnia and Hercegovina. Croatia has also quality developed national bus lines net, that reaches to the smallest places on the coast. Information at the Main Bus Terminal in Zadar: tel. +385 (0)60 305
BY CARTo reach Zadar is possible from different directions, but the fastest and most qualitative way for arrive to us is following the state's road A1 taking direction Zagreb - Split. Coming down from the motor-road is most suitable on the road hubs Maslenica or Posedarje, and then continue following the state's road to Zadar. Provided that you are coming from Rijeka you should use the Adriatic Highway - the state's road
BY FARRYBY FERRY - Ancona - Zadar - if you are coming from Italy, the shortest possible route is by ferry from Ancona via Zadar. The journey lasts 8 hours ( the departure is usually at 22:00, and arrival at 06:00), and the advantage of the travelling this way is more comfortableness and less stress, which usually occurs when taking the other methods of transportation.
BY PLANEThe Zadar Airport Zemunik is very well connected with all bigger cities in Croatia and Europe, and it is only ten minutes drive far from Zadar. Air traffic, although from a small but modern airport (8 km away from the city centre), connects Zadar to the Croatian cities Zagreb and Pula, and to many European cities: London-Stansted, Paris (Beauvais), Berlin, Marseille, Stockholm, Bruxelles-Charleroi, Frankfurt (FRA and Hahn), Zürich, Dublin, Munich, Oslo-Rygge, Bratislava, Stuttgart, Köln/Bonn, Karlsruhe, Warsaw, Düsseldorf (DUS and Weeze), Billund, East Midlands, Gothenburg, Haugesund, Liverpool, Wroclaw, Gdansk and