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Zagreb is well connected all year round with other major European cities and with Ryanair recently introducing low cost flights you can now reach Zagreb more easily than ever. Thanks to its position you can fly in from any corner of the Europe within 2 to 3 hours.
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Once you’re at the airport, getting to city center is easy, Taxis await in front of the airport and for less-pricey option you can order Uber or Bolt (we recommend this option). Another alternative is a Shuttle Bus which departs every 30 minutes and takes you to Zagreb Bus Station for approx. 6 EUR (one way ticket).
If you are driving to Zagreb for the first time, you can expect pleasant motorway ride. Zagreb is well connected and within several hours from nearby cities: 1,5 hours from Ljubljana, 2,5 hours from Trieste, 4 hours from Venice, 4 hours from Vienna, 4 hours from Belgrade, 3,5 hours from Budapest.
If you decide to take a bus to Zagreb, you can expect the pleasant motorway ride too. We suggest checking Flixbus website to get the most affordable bus options from your town. For other alternatives you can search Zagreb Bus Station official site. Note that Zagreb Bus Station is also 20 minutes walking distance from our venue or 5 minutes by tram.
Zagreb has railway connections with Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovenia and Switzerland. You can browse connection and ticket options directly on Croatia Railways website.
Zagreb Central Railway Station is few minutes’ walk from Sonemos’ Peti Kupe venue on one side and city’s major square (Ban Jelačić Square) on the other side.
Getting around Zagreb
Once you’re in our beautiful city, you can expect to easily get from one place to another. All you need to see and everything you need to taste is in the city center and within a walking distance.
City’s public transport is a smooth operator and you can easily get anywhere by Zagreb’s famous blue tram or bus (day and night). Alternatively, you can call a Taxi and for best prices we recommend using Uber or Bolt apps.
Where to stay
There are plenty of options you can choose from to find your perfect stay for the Festivalito weekend. As Zagreb city center is divided into Upper and Lower Town, whichever you choose, you’ll choose right.
Airbnb has bloomed over the past several years and nowadays you can find accommodation for every taste and budget.
If you prefer to stay in a hotel or a hostel, there’s also plenty to choose from. We bring you the ones we consider to be most convenient in terms of closeness to the main venue:
About our city
Zagreb is the city of rock and chanson, love potions and craft beer. Under the same roof, it hides the secrets of the old nobility, contemporary art and skilled, ancient crafts, which together bind the soul of Zagreb.
It is a story woven from countless opposites, unusual destinies and turbulent times: the story of beautiful countesses and mighty tanners, legendary witches and masters of the written word.
Zagreb was relished by kings and serfs, forbidden lovers and brave soldiers and they all gathered around the same well: this is how stories and mysteries were created, still present in every corner of the city.