El Mediterraneo, tal como era

En tren

Croacia tiene líneas directas con Eslovenia, Bosnia y Herzegovina, Hungría, Italia, Austria, Suiza, Alemania y Serbia. Existen líneas con escala con casi todos los países europeos.

Trenes de alta velocidad (Eurocity, Intercity y Euronight):

EC „Mimara“: Zagreb – Villach – Frankfurt – Zagreb
EC „Croatia“: Zagreb – Viena – Zagreb (por Eslovenia)
EN „Venezia“: Venecia – Zagreb – Budapest (Moscú, Kiev, Bucarest) – Venecia
IC „Zagreb“: Zagreb – Viena (por Hungría) – Zagreb
IC „Sava“: Belgrado – Zagreb – Villach – Múnich – Belgrado
IC „Kvarner“: Zagreb - Budapest – Zagreb
IC „Drava“: Budapest – Osijek – Sarajevo – Bu-dapest

Trenes rápidos:

„Lisinski“: Zagreb – Múnich – Zagreb (tren nocturno)
„Maestral“: Zagreb – Budapest – Zagreb (Moscú, Kiev, S. Petersburgo)
Zagreb – Villach - Zagreb
Belgrado – Zagreb – Zúrich – Belgrado
„Nikola Tesla“: Zagreb – Belgrado – Zagreb
Vinkovci – Belgrado – Vinkovci
Vinkovci – Banja Luka - Vinkovci
Zagreb – Sarajevo – Ploče – Zagreb
Zagreb – Sarajevo – Zagreb (tren nocturno)
Ploče – Sarajevo – Ploče
Villach – Zagreb – Belgrado – Villach (tren nocturno)
„Opatija“: Rijeka – Liubliana – Rijeka (Múnich, Viena)
„Liubliana“: Rijeka - Liubliana (Viena) – Rijeka

Trenes de temporada

Liubliana – Pula – Liubliana
Budapest – Zagreb – Split – Budapest (tren nocturno)

Líneas especiales:

Beograd – Rijeka – Beograd (junio - septiembre, durante el fin de semana, tren nocturno)
Beograd – Knin – Split – Beograd (junio - septiembre, durante el fin de semana, tren nocturno)
Prag – Split - Prag
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