Coaches and Trains To/From Zadar

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Finding the Coach station or Train Station

The bus station and train station are opposite each other. They are within walking distance from the old town area. You can find them on the junction between Ulica kralja Tvrtka and Ulica Ante Starčevića. You can find it on Google Maps here..

Getting to/from old town to coach/train station

If you have GPS on your map and a spare 15-20 minutes, it is an easy walk to find the coach/train station.

A number 2 or 4 bus to/from the center of Zadar will take just five minutes and costs 10 kuna.

Taxis to/from the old town/center of Zadar to the coach/train station should cost 20-40 kuna. Be sure you agree on a price before you get in a taxi.

Coaches/Busses to/from Zadar:

There are many domestic busses every day, especially to other big cities such as Zagreb and Split.

Approx Journey Times by Coach:

  • Zadar to Zagreb: 3.5 hours
  • Zadar to Split: 3.5 hours
  • Zadar to Dubrovnik: 6-7 hours

Finding Online Timetables for Coaches and Busses to/from Zadar

Find timetables online for coaches here. Also check here for additional timetables.

Zadar Train Station

The train station (which can be found opposite the coach station - see above) has a few (slow) routes to some other cities in Croatia.

Trains are not as popular as coaches, as they are slow, sometimes have no aircon and are not comfortable. But you will have the advantage of looking out of the window and admiring the views.

A train to Zagreb will take about 5.5 hours (or 8.5 hours on overnight trains). A train to Split will take about 3.5hours.

Check online train timetables at Hzpp.hr.

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