If you are arriving to Zagreb by plane, there is the Airport Shuttle “Pleso prijevoz” operating between the Airport and the Zagreb Central Bus Station (“Autobusni kolodvor“). During the day departures are usually scheduled every 30 minutes. You can check the timetable here: http://www.plesoprijevoz.hr/en/page/timetable
Tram Lines: To come to Academy of fine arts (ALU) you should get off the tram on the tram station “Britanski trg”. If you are coming to ALU from the Central Bus Station (“Autobusni kolodvor”) or Central Train Station (“Glavni kolodvor”) take tram number 6 in the direction of Črnomerec.
Citizens of Slovenia and Greece may enter Croatia with ordinary passport or with personal ID.
Citizens of Israel may enter Croatia with ordinary passport, and it has to be valid for at least another three months after the planned departure from Croatia and issued within the previous 10 years.
Citizens of Turkey need a visa to enter Croatia. Holders of valid dual or multiple entry Schengen visa do not need additional visa to enter Croatia and stay up to 90 days. Schengen visa has to be valid for at least another three months after the planned departure from Croatia and issued within the previous 10 years.
Although Croatia is a part of the EU, the Euro isn't the official currency in Croatia. The Croatian currency is the Kuna (HRK, kn). You can easily exchange Euros for Kunas since exchange offices are pretty frequent in Zagreb. You can also withdraw money from ATM (Cash Machine) - Visa, Mastercard, Cirrus, Plus, Maestro, and Eurocard are the most commonly accepted cash cards.REGISTER
We are looking forward to seeing you this October in Zagreb!