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Croatia is situated in Southern Europe on the east side of the Adriatic Sea, to the east of Italy. Croatia's coastal areas are especially stunning, and have the hybrid charm of Eastern European and the Mediterranean. There are also many historic places to visit, like the fortified city of Dubrovnik or the capital zagreb, the country's cultural center..

Visit Croatia

It is certainly possible to travel by train from elsewhere in Europe to Croatia. The main destinations you can reach by rail are Zagreb, Pula, Rijeka and Split. In the case of the latter, however, you'll definitely have to travel via Zagreb.

Bug Europe

European residents are eligible to buy the Croatia Interrail One Country pass, which is a flexi pass that gives you three to eight days of unlimited train travel in Croatia within a one month period.

Croatia Traveller

Croatia's domestic train system is relatively limited but offers a safe and comfortable alternative to bus travel. Even though train travel within Croatia is not as extensive as bus travel Croatians are proud of their new "high-speed" train between Zagreb and Split via Zadar which has cut travel time from the capital to the coast to a mere 6 to 6 & 1/2 hours.

Rail Europe

Explore charming fishing villages and medieval cities in Croatia-Slovenia before heading to Danube-hugging Hungary - the land of paprika and thermal baths. Now all three Eastern European gems are on one comprehensive pass.

Euro Railways

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