Zagreb Train Station (Glavni Kolodvor)Vladimir Mitic2018-09-02T21:34:47+01:00
Zagreb Train Station (Glavni Kolodvor)
Zagreb Train Station was built in neoclassical style in 1892. An architectural monument and a cultural heritage of the Republic of Croatia.
TIP: A FORMER ORIENT EXPRESS STOP. DO NOT MISS THE STEAM LOCOMOTIVE WHICH CAN BE FOUND DIRECTLY NEXT TO THE TRAIN STATION.
Zagreb Train Station is the largest and main railway station in Zagreb. Located in the city centre, opposite the King Tomislav Square Park and close to major Zagreb attractions.
Built in neoclassical style in 1892. It is a 186.5-metre long palace and as such the largest railway station in Croatia. It was reconstructed twice, in 1987 for the Summer University Games and again in 2006.
Here you will find public buses, taxis, local and regional trains. Zagreb Central Train Station is home to a supermarket, bakery, underground shopping centre, bathrooms, showers, luggage storage and a lost-and-found office.
There is NO train from Zagreb Train Station to Zagreb Airport. We recommend taking the regular bus transfer from Zagreb Bus Terminal.
There is no restaurant at the station itself. The nearest fast food restaurants can be found in the underground shopping mall, located by the station. Look for the stairs or escalator on the left as you leave the station.
McDonald’s is at the south entrance of the underground shopping mall. Head left once you go down the stairs.
The train station is located south of the Ban Josip Jelačić square. It is 2 tram stops, no. 6 or 13 heading east, from ban Josip Jelačić Square. The train station is located in the city centre and a major hub for most public bus and tram lines.
Close by you can find an underground parking garage.
At the station, you can stop to drop off passengers or you can park at Parking Zone 1.