En train

La Croatie offre des liaisons ferroviaires directes avec la Slovénie, la Bosnie-Herzégovine, la Hongrie, l’Italie, l’Autriche, la Suisse, l’Allemagne et la Serbie. Des liaisons indirectes existent avec presque tous les autres pays européens.

Trains Eurocity, Intercity et Euronight:

EC „Mimara“: Zagreb – Villach – Francfort – Zagreb
EC „Croatia“: Zagreb – Vienne – Zagreb (via la Slovénie)
EN „Venezia“: Venise – Zagreb – Budapest (Moscou, Kiev, Bucarest) – Venise
IC „Sava“: Belgrade – Zagreb – Villach – Munich – Belgrade
IC „Kvarner“: Zagreb – Budapest – Zagreb
IC „Drava“: Budapest – Osijek – Sarajevo – Bu-dapest

Trains rapides :

„Lisinski “: Zagreb – Munich – Zagreb (train de nuit)
„Maestral“: Zagreb – Budapest – Zagreb (Moscou, Kiev, Saint Petersbourg)
Zagreb – Villach - Zagreb
Belgrade – Zagreb – Zürich – Belgrade
„Nikola Tesla“: Zagreb – Belgrade – Zagreb
Vinkovci – Belgrade – Vinkovci
Vinkovci – Banja luka – Vinkovci
Zagreb – Sarajevo – Ploče – Zagreb
Zagreb – Sarajevo – Zagreb (train de nuit)
Ploče – Sarajevo – Ploče
Villach – Zagreb – Belgrade – Villach (train de nuit)
„Opatija“: Rijeka – Ljubljana – Rijeka (Munich, Vienne)
„Ljubljana“: Rijeka – Ljubljana (Vienne) – Rijeka

Trains saisonniers :

Ljubljana – Pula – Ljubljana
Budapest – Zagreb – Split – Budapest (train de nuit)

Trains spéciaux :

Belgrade – Rijeka – Belgrade (juin – septembre, le weekend, train de nuit)
Belgrade – Knin – Split – Belgrade (juin – septembre, le weekend, train de nuit)
Prague – Split – Prague
Téléphone : +385 (0)1 4573 208
Courriel : posebni.vlakovi@hznet.hr

Informations :
Téléphone : 060 333 444
Web : www.hzpp.hr
Liste des gares ferroviaires

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