Thus, from today it is possible to return from Zagreb to Zurich, Geneva, Lyon and Wiesbaden, while from 9.7. green buses also head to Paris. Passengers from Munich have daily departures to Čakovec at their disposal, and from Vienna you can again go directly to Pula, Rovinj and Poreč. Given the great interest of Czech tourists, Dalmatian cities such as Split, Trogir, Sibenik and Zadar are connected with Prague. After 18.6. re-launched international lines from Croatia, thanks to stable demand, which is good information from the market, FlixBus continues to further network Croatian cities with European destinations. “We are glad that there is a demand and green buses are again recognized as a safe and comfortable way to travel. Given the different provisions in European countries, we advise our passengers to check the safety measures of the country they are traveling to before traveling. As further measures will ease and demand will grow, we will increase the number of departures and introduce new destinations. ” said Ante Grbeša, director of FlixBus CEE South region. Croatia is currently directly connected to Slovenia, Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Luxembourg and France.
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