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International trains to Croatia end in Zagreb where you can get a connection to Zadar, Rijeka, or Split. Following are the daily train connections from neighbouring countries:

Trains from Italy to Croatia

Where When Booking
Venice/Zagreb trains

3 daily trains connecting in Villach

duration: 8 or 9 hours

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Trains from Slovenia to Croatia

Ljubljana/Rijeka

2 direct trains daily

duration: 3 hours

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Ljubljana/Zagreb trains

4 direct trains daily

duration: 2 hours

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Trains from Austria to Croatia

Vienna/Zagreb trains

1 non-stop train daily

duration: 6 1/2 hours

3 other trains with 1 to 3 stops

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Trains from Hungary to Croatia

Budapest/Zagreb trains

2 non-stop trains daily

duration: 6 hours

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Trains from Serbia to Croatia

Belgrade/Zagreb trains

2 non-stop trains daily

duration: 6-7 hours

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Booking Trains to Croatia

Buying your tickets to Croatia in advance can save you a huge amount of holiday hassles. Of course you could always go to the train station in whatever city you're in, wait on line and deal with a clerk who may or may not speak English. But do you really want to spend your vacation in train stations? I don't! I would much rather do other things which is why I find booking train tickets online a wonderful convenience.

National railroad lines usually offer online booking but seem to have trouble handling some international routes. That's why I highly recommend experienced online booking agencies like

RailEurope(North America)

Rail Europe Australia or

Voyages-Sncf UK

Their booking engine is simple to use, they handle routes all over Europe and even deliver the tickets to your home. Nothing beats leaving home knowing that your arrangements are already made.

Train Passes in Croatia     

It's unlikely that you'll be train travelling enough within Croatia to justify a Croatia Rail Pass (see getting around Croatia by train) but a rail pass could be a good idea if you'll be combining Croatia with other countries. Read more.

Last Updated: May 12, 2017

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