What to do and see in Zagreb?

Zagreb is a vibrant city, take the advantage of being in Zagreb to visit some of its highlights – see www.infozagreb.hr/en/ for more information. Since 2023, Croatia is using the EURO as currency. Credit cards are widely accepted.

Conference venue

The conference (including the welcome drink on Tuesday) will take place at the The Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology of the University of ZagrebAddress: Svetošimunska cesta 23, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia.


The venue can be easily reached by public transportation. From the city centre it takes about 30 min by tram to reach the venue. Please use Google Maps to find your way to the venue.


These hotels are suggestions, but basically any hotel in or close to the city centre is well connected to the venue.

  • Canopy by Hilton – Zagreb City Centre
  • Hotel Dubrovnik
  • Maistra City Vibes Zonar
  • Hotel Blue
  • Garden Hotel
  • Hotel International

Your hotel booking can support EFUF – use one of the following links to enter Bookings.com or Hotels.com, and a small percentage of your expenses will be returned to EFUF.


Zagreb is well-connected to the rest of Europe by train, plane or bus. 

🚆 Trains

Zagreb’s Main Railway Station in located in the city centre. Day and night trains connect Zagreb with Lubljana, Vienna, Zurich, Munich, Stuttgart, Budapest, Venice … The Man in Seat 61 is a great resource to plan your travel by train to Zagreb.


Zagreb International Airport: https://www.zagreb-airport.hr/en

The airport is connected with the city center (Main Bus Station) by bus shuttle that leaves every 30 min. One-way ticket costs 8.00 EUR and can be bought online or on the bus. Travel lasts 35-40 min.

For more information and online tickets: https://plesoprijevoz.hr/en/zagreb-croatia/

Timetable: https://plesoprijevoz.hr/time-table/ 

🚍 Coach 

There are many connections from all over Europe to Zagreb. 

Public transportation in Zagreb

Zagreb is well-covered by public transportation (trams and buses).

You can buy paper tickets on any kiosk or from the driver (but please prepare coins or small bills). Ticket must be validated while on board (validators for paper tickets are located on the front or the back of the tram). 30-min ticket costs 0.53 EUR and 60-min ticket 0.93 EUR. It costs more when bought from the driver.

When in Zagreb, it is best to use Google maps where you can see public transportation lines in real time.


Weather in Zagreb and Croatia

Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Agency https://meteo.hr/prognoze_e.php?section=prognoze_metp&param=zgdanas