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Cest is d’Best
Browse Webjet’s cheap flights to Zagreb for travel in late August to attend one of Croatia’s largest street festivals. The event takes place across five days and includes performances in all different areas of art and culture – music, sports, visual art, street theatre, and many more. Seven stages are set up around central Zagreb, and many performances take place on stage while others are right in the street, essentially turning the streets of Zagreb into a stage for the duration of Cest is d'Best.
Dvorista is held to showcase the diverse and exciting courtyards around Zagreb’s Upper Town. Many of these courtyards are secret and closed off for most of the year, but welcome visitors for 10 days during the Dvorista Festival. Each courtyard offers live music, traditional Croatian food, drinks, and beautiful decorations that visitors holidaying on return flights to Zagreb for the event can look forward to. Balbi Palace, Erdödy-Draskovic Palace, and Gvozdanovic Palace are home to a few of the courtyards you can visit. Explore the courtyards during Dvorista by booking flights to Zagreb for travel in mid-July.
International Folklore Festival
Learn all about traditional Croatian culture and folklore by booking flights to Zagreb in mid-July for the International Folklore Festival. An exciting program of events spans five days and includes a series of dance and theatre performances, workshops, and concerts of traditional Croatian music. Get to know the culture and folklore stories from the many different parts of Croatia by enjoying performances on stages all across the city centre.
What is the best way to get around Zagreb?
Croatia Airlines operates a shuttle from Zagreb Airport (ZAG) into the city centre, so you can easily reach your hotel after arriving on flights to Zagreb. This shuttle makes the journey to Autobusni Kolodvor, which is Zagreb’s main bus station in the city centre.
Trams and buses are widely available around the city, and these are an excellent way to get from one attraction to the next while visiting Croatia on return flights to Zagreb. There are 15 tram lines, four of which operate late-night between midnight and 4am. These trams offer extensive service around central Zagreb and the inner suburbs. The city also has 113 bus routes, which you can catch to destinations all throughout the city and suburbs.
Public transport is the best way to explore the city centre while holidaying on cheap flights to Zagreb, but a rental car comes in handy for day trips. A hire car will open up a wide range of places to visit around the Zagreb area, including Plitvice Lakes National Park, the historic town of Samobor, and Risnjak National Park.
What is the cost of visiting Zagreb?
Lock in your airfare to Zagreb, then use Webjet to reserve your hotel and a rental car as well. Many hotel rooms in central Zagreb fall in the $100 to $150 NZD per night range. There are also more budget-friendly rooms starting from about $50 NZD per night that you could look into after booking tickets to Zagreb. Hiring a car is a great option for travellers who are hoping to venture outside the city. Cars can be booked through Webjet for daily rates starting around $40 NZD per day, and can be picked up from the airport after you arrive on flights to Zagreb.
The Croatia Airlines shuttle bus costs 30 kuna between Zagreb Airport (ZAG) and the city centre. You could also budget for daily transport costs after booking airfare to Zagreb. A single-ride ticket is valid for an hour and costs 7 kuna ($1.60 NZD). Save money by purchasing an unlimited pass if you'll be travelling by public transport often in between return flights to Zagreb. A ticket for unlimited day travel costs 30 kuna ($6.90 NZD), and unlimited travel for three days costs 70 kuna ($16.15 NZD).
There are plenty of attractions and activities to add to your holiday budget after booking tickets to Zagreb. Wander through the Mimara Museum for 40 kuna ($9.25 NZD), or visit the Zagreb Eye observation deck for 60 kuna ($13.85 NZD). Plitvice Lakes National Park is one of Croatia’s most famous spots, and you can enjoy a guided day tour departing from Zagreb for about 850 kuna ($196.05 NZD). You could also plan a self-guided tour of the park if you rent a car after booking cheap flights to Zagreb. Park entrance costs 80 kuna ($18.50 NZD) in the winter, 180 kuna ($41.60 NZD) in May and October, and 300 kuna ($69.35 NZD) during the summer high season.