The Zagreb International Airport is the largest airport in Croatia and it's only 12 km from the city center. It is known under the name Pleso. The capacity of the passenger terminal is about 3.5 million passengers a year.
This airport is the main airport that links Zagreb and Croatia with the world and through this airport it's possible to arrive in Zagreb from all parts of the world, through direct or indirect lines. Almost all major airline-companies have regular flights to the Zagreb airport. Except flights in the outside world, this airport is well connected to other airports in Croatia, especially to the airports along the Adriatic coast, from Pula, Split, Zadar, to Dubrovnik in the south of the country. Many tourists who arrive at the Zagreb airport first visit the city of Zagreb, which is the largest tourist destination in continental Croatia and, especially during the summer, offers tourists a rich cultural and entertainment program, with tours to numerous cultural and historical attractions.
Gastronomic offer is also diverse and at a high level. In addition to air connections, Zagreb is well connected with the rest of Croatia, with the particularly significant highway that enables travelers to reach destinations on the Adriatic within a few hours, and with the highway towards Slavonia and the continental part of the country.