Welcome to Zagreb and to Ramiro and Zoran Bujas' Days!

Here you can find information that can facilitate getting around in Zagreb or planning your free time during Ramiro and Zoran Bujas' Days.

Public transportation and parking:

Public transportation in Zagreb includes numerous tram and bus lines that run during daytime and several tram and bus lines at night time. For using public transportation one must purchase a ticket that can be bought in offices of ZET (Zagrebački Električni Tramvaj – public transportation company in Zagreb), in Tisak news-stands or in buses and trams.

Parking in Zagreb is possible in public garages and on the marked park places all over the city. While parking, please pay attention to the parking zone you are in – they are divided in four categories that differ in price and time limitation.    

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There are several registered taxi services in Zagreb, for more detailed information about prices see: 

Radio Taxi Zagreb (tel: 1777)

Taxi Cammeo (tel: 1212)

EKO Taxi (tel: 1414)

Taxi Zagreb 3628 (mob: +385 (0) 91 570 64 55)

Taxi Zagreb (mob: +385 (0) 99 193 36 50)

Transport from airport Pleso:

Since Zagreb airport (Pleso) is located approximately 17 kilometres (11 miles) from city centre, apart from the taxi service, one can use services of Croatia Airlines bus service. Price of one-way ticket is 30 kn (around 4 €).

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How to reach Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences?

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is located in the wider city centre (address is: Ivana Lučića 3) and you can walk to it from the central city square (Ban Jelačić Square) in approximately 25 minutes. You can also reach it by tram line number 13 going to direction Savišće in which case you must exit on tram station Sveučilišna aleja in Avenija Vukovar street. If you turn south from tram station and walk approximately 8 minutes you will see the Faculty building on the left side, behind a large parking site. The easiest way of reaching Faculty from the train station (Glavni kolodvor) is by foot and duration of this walk is approximately 10 minutes.   

GPS coordinates: N 45° 47.827'; E 015° 58.359'

Google map web address of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences:

Map from the main Zagreb Bus Station (Autobusni kolodvor) to Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences:

Map from the main Zagreb Train Station (Glavni kolodvor) to Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences:


Other useful information:

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About Zagreb:

Zagreb is the capital of and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia and with its cultural, gastronomic and touristic offer it represents both modern and traditional middle European metropolis. Since first historical notations of what was then known as Kaptol in year 1094 and declaring Gradec a free royal city in year 1242, to this date Zagreb remained an important transportation hub of this part of Europe. Rich and interesting history of this city is marked by historical battles, devastating earthquake, technological progress and spreading the city over the banks of river Sava. Zagreb as we know it today is filled with museums, theatres, cultural sites, sculptures...

kralj Tomislav
Zagrebačka katedrala
One of the interesting things Zagreb offers is the funicular which provides unique experience and spectacular view from the old part of town (Gornji grad).
If you enjoy walking and socializing in the outdoors, you may be interested in Nature Park Medvednica that can be reached in only 20 minutes by car from the city centre. It offers possibility of active or passive relaxation – you can walk through untouched nature and taste different traditional food dishes in one of the mountain logs or you can relax in some of the wellness treatments in the Hotel Tomislav. If you stay on the top of the mountain Medvednica till the sunset, you will have the opportunity to see the most beautiful night view of Zagreb.

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About Croatia:
Croatia is a small country, but exceptionally rich in various natural beauties. From the hills and valleys of Istra, to the golden plains of Slavonija, over mountainous Gorski kotar and Lika to the Dalmatian beauties of the sea – Croatia really offers it all. Only 90 minutes by car from Zagreb one can visit Opatija – the pearl of Kvarner Riviera with the longest tradition of tourism where, in one of many terraces by the sea, you can drink a cup of coffee or eat a tasty meal.
Croatia has 11 nature parks and 8 national parks, and in only 2 hours of driving from Zagreb you can visit national park Plitvička jezera that has unique system of lakes and waterfalls.
If you prefer the sea, Dalmatia is a place for you. Only some of the possible destinations are Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Trogir or Dubrovnik.

No matter which Dalmatian city you decide to visit, you can be sure you will not regret it because you are about to experience various gastronomic offers of Mediterranean speciality, rich cultural heritage and unique natural beauties of the Adriatic Sea.

For more detailed information see:
Croatian National Tourist Board